Precursors of World War I

We will list the most outstanding precursors of World War I, taking as reference the nations involved.

The first global conflagration

Paul Von Hinderburg, Erich Ludendorff, Koiser Wilhelm II. Chancellor Theobald Von Bethman, germany. But there could be no left out by Mr. Paul Emil Von Lettow, who with the support of ten thousand German men and askaris was able to completely stop about 300 thousand troops on the African continent.

General Luigi Cardona, together with General Armando Díaz and General Albricci, as far as Italy is responsible.

Tsar Nicholas II, with General Rrennenkampf, General Brussioff and General Rusky, in Russia.

Kemal Ataturk, Turkey.

King George V, General Alexander Haig, General Horace Lockwood, along with Lord Roberts of Kandhar and President Raymond Poincaro with Aristides Briand, on French territory.

In Bulgaria he was King Ferdinand.

In Belgium’s business, the main promoters and participants of World War I were King Albert II with his two generals: Leman and Gillian.

The main cause of this terrible war that unfolded between 1914 and 1919 was the greed and land ambition of the world’s major powers. These great nations had been divided into two groups:

The Triple Alliance: Hungary, Germany, Italy and Austria. Then Turkey and Hurgania and Italy betrayed the alliance because the previous pacts had not been fulfilled.

The Triple Etente: Russia, England, France, then Serbia and finally, Japan, China, Romania, Italy, Portugal, United States and Greece.

It all began in Saravejo on June 28, 1914, when the Prince of Austria Franz Ferdinand was brutally murdered along with his wife Sofia.  Virgilio Princip was the promoter of the attack and was a Serbian nationalist.  There, Austria declared war on Serbia.

In the face of these warlike circumstances, Russia intervened to defend Serbia and this led to the outbreak of World War I.

Precursors of World War I
Source: Education  
June 30, 2019

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