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Q: The first act of the stage that became WWI was between Franz Joseph and the _______. a. Croats c. Serbs b. Czechs d. Slovaks
A: The first act of the stage that became WWI was between Franz Joseph and the: c. Serbs.
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User: The first act of the stage that became WWI was between Franz Joseph and the _______. a. Croats c. Serbs b. Czechs d. Slovaks

Weegy: The first act of the stage that became WWI was between Franz Joseph and the: c. Serbs.
alfred123|Points 4337|

User: Britain and Germany competed with each other to build the strongest ________. a. navy c. missiles b. rangers d. army

Weegy: Britain and Germany competed with each other to build the strongest a. navy.
Sting|Points 5172|

User: The bitterness between France and Germany can be attributed, for the most part to, ___________. a. militarism c. nationalism b. imperialism d. colonialism

Weegy: The answer is c. nationalism The bitterness between France and Germany can be attributed, for the most part to nationalism.
Shey091808|Points 863|

User: Germany, Austria-Hungry and Italy made up the ______. a. Axis b. Allies c. Triple Alliance d. Allied Forces

Weegy: C. ItalyGermany, Austria-Hungry and Italy made up the: c. Triple Alliance.
alfred123|Points 4337|

User: Britain and France signed an entente and became the a. Central Forces. c. Central Powers. b. Allied Forces. d. Axis Powers.

Weegy: Both sides, generally, [ has spent the 1930s faring popular uprising as a result of poverty and the depression, hence both sides were broadly split between those advocating fascism, socialism, and democracy. Both sides advocated trade protectism. [ Differences- The Axis nations had concluded their division over political systems by installing authoritarian fascist/militarist regimes. The Axis used an economic system based on barter, the Allies based on trade in US dollars. The Allied nations were all successful, early imperialist states with large empires. The Axis nations were latecomers who felt it unjust that they did not have empires, and they saw war as a means of gaining these. The Allied nations had vast industrial potential which the Axis did not. Any long war would favour the Allies. Another key difference was the different national attitudes to World War 1. WW1 killed millions of French and British troops, and both nations felt they had gained little from the experience, so there was little desire for another horrific war. Germany felt she had been betrayed (thanks to skilful propaganda) and longed for a 'rematch', while Japan saw war as a means of gaining empire. The Soviet Union was a bit of a special case, but it was the USSR that did all the heavy work in defeating Germany. ]
AppleTV|Points 5|

User: Britain and France signed an entente and became the a. Central Forces. c. Central Powers.

User: Which of the following was an effect of militarism in Europe in the late 1800s? a. Nations made political and military alliances. b. Strong governments developed. c. Nations made economic alliances. d. Political tension between nations was reduced.

Weegy: a. Nations made political and military alliances was an effect of militarism in Europe in the late 1800s. [smile]
Mayang30|Points 888|

User: What role did imperialism play in Europe's push toward war? a. Imperialism pushed leaders to keep peace between their countries. c. Imperialism led to competition between countries for colonies, increasing tensions. b. Imperialists urged for peaceful alliances through protests and other demonstrations. d. Imperialists did not play a role in Europe at this time.

Weegy: What role did imperialism play in Europe's push toward war? Answer: C. Imperialism led to competition between countries for colonies, increasing tensions.
nexie10|Points 319|

User: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Time Remaining 59:35 Britain was forced to declare war on Germany a. because a German terrorist group had assassinated the Austrian Archduke Ferdinand. c. because the Germans invaded Russia; an ally of the British. b. because the German army disrupted Belgian neutrality, which Britain had promised to protect. d. because they feared the German influence over the Serbians.

Weegy: Britain was forced to declare war on Germany because the German army disrupted Belgian neutrality, which Britain had promised to protect. thehistoryprofessor.us/bin/histprof/misc/wwi.html
chamlin|Points 90|

User: Austria issued Serbia a ten-part ultimatum in response to a. Serbia’s alliance with Russia. b. Serbia’s violation of Italy’s neutrality. c. the role of Serbian and Slavic nationalists in the assassination of the Austrian Archduke. d. Serbia’s declaration of war on Austria.

Weegy: Austria issued Serbia a ten-part ultimatum in response to: c. the role of Serbian and Slavic nationalists in the assassination of the Austrian Archduke.
carl1980|Points 552|

User: What ethnic tensions in Bosnia led to the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand and launched World War I? a. A militant Serbian faction viewed Russia as a major political threat and vowed revenge for past injustices. b. The Serbians viewed the Austrians as foreign oppressors. c. When pleas for peace failed, the Serbian army nationalists began to mobilize with ally Russia. d. Germany saw the Archduke’s planned visit as an outright declaration of war.

Weegy: The Serbians viewed the Austrians as foreign oppressors.
jeifunk|Points 10736|

User: German leader who supported Austria’s war with Serbia

User: Prior to World War I, the ___________________ established that, in case of the outbreak of war, Germany would attack France first and then Russia. a. Schlieffen Plan b. Serbian-Austrian conflict c. Black Hand d. July Ultimatum

Weegy: b. Serbian-Austrian conflic
dkecter|Points 120|

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