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Q: How did nationalism play a role in sparking World War I? Serbia gained independence from the Ottoman Empire. Serbians wanted to unite with Serbians in Austria-Hungary. Belgians in Belgium
wanted to unite with Belgians in Germany. Belgians held off German troops for two weeks.
A: How did nationalism play a role in sparking World War I? A Serbia gained independence from the Ottoman Empire.
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User: How did nationalism play a role in sparking World War I? Serbia gained independence from the Ottoman Empire. Serbians wanted to unite with Serbians in Austria-Hungary. Belgians in Belgium wanted to unite with Belgians in Germany. Belgians held off German troops for two weeks.

Weegy: How did nationalism play a role in sparking World War I? A Serbia gained independence from the Ottoman Empire.
eula_marie|Points 55|

User: Which of the following was directly caused by Germany's attack on Belgium? Russia mobilized its troops for war. Germany declared war on Russia and France. Britain declared war on Germany. Germany attacked Luxembourg.

Weegy: Which of the following was directly caused by Germany's attack on Belgium? C) Britain declared war on Germany.
alfred123|Points 1807|

User: Which of the following was directly caused by Austria-Hungary declaring war on Serbia? Russia mobilized its troops. Germany declared war on Russia and France. Britain declared war on Germany. Germany attacked Luxembourg

User: Which of the following does not help explain why a small conflict in the Balkans spread to all of Europe? Many of the European powers had signed treaties requiring them to defend each other. Slavs wanted to unite with other Slavs no matter which country they were living in. Germany's plan for war with Russia required launching an attack on France first. All of the major powers had strong military forces and were prepared to use them

Weegy: I believe it would be the last answer.
vicereine|Points 45|

User: Which of the following is an example of how nationalism played a role in sparking World War I? Serbs in Germany wanted to help Serbs in Serbia. Serbs in Russia wanted to help Serbs in Serbia. Slavs in Russia wanted to help Slavs in Serbia. Slavs in Germany wanted to help Slavs in Austria-Hungary

Weegy: An example of how nationalism played a role in sparking World War I, was that Slavs in Russia wanted to help Slavs in Serbia.
armageddon|Points 548|

User: The Triple Entente, also known as the Allies, consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Russia Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy France, Great Britain, and Italy France, Great Britain, and Russia

Weegy: Russian, France, and England formed the Triple Entente.
debnjerry|Points 45463|

User: The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand might have remained a localized incident if Germany still had an alliance with Russia Britain had not signed a treaty with Belgium Luxembourg had resisted Germany's invasion Germany had invaded France directly

Weegy: The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand might have remained a localized incident if if Germany still had an alliance with Russia. [ The Russian empire had strong cultural and religious links with Serbia and the Balkan states and it wanted more influence over there because they wanted access to the Mediterranean Sea. After Austria declared war upon Serbia at 3 p.m. on the 28th July 1914, Serbia contacted its ally, Russia, which mobilized its army to the Austrian Frontier as a threat. While at the same time Germany promised to back up Austria in its pledge against Serbia and mobilized its well prepared troops on the 30th of July. But King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy refused to support Austria or Germany. Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany informed Russia that unless the Russian troops backed down they would declare war on Russia. By backing down, Russia could have avoided a large-scale war, but in order not to seem as if he were submitting to German authority, Tsar Nicholas of Russia refused. He then appealed to his ally, France. Hearing the German demands imposed upon the Russians, France mobilized its troops on the 31st July to support its ally against Germany and possibly have its revenge for the Franco-Prussian war. On the 1st of August war was declared by Austria and Germany on Russia. ]
Pitttypang|Points 61|

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