Timeline of Key Events: Match the Dates An overview of the entire period, chronologically arranged but with no dates provided. Students see how many of the events they can correctly identify.
The alliances of Europe in 6 of 21 The countries of Europe in Turkey: Ruled by a corrupt government. Once, Turkey had ruled all of the Balkans, but now the peoples of that area were rebelling and driving the Turks out — this created a significant area of instability in Europe: Germany was massively powerful, with the most up-to-date industry in the world.
Had once been a strong empire, but now the government was weak and divided the Austrians and the Hungarians hated each other. Emperor Franz Josef was old and autocratic.
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A new country formed in A weak ruler, chaotic governments and a pathetic army. Russia was huge but backward. Nicholas II was a weak and ineffectual rule. Russia lost a war to Japan disastrously in France was a democracy, but the French government was weak. The Boer War Boer War Britain was fighting a colonial war to conquer South Africa against the Dutch Boer settlers there.
The war was going badly. Kaiser Wilhelm announced that he supported the Boers, and that Britain had no right to conquer South Africa.
Britain also began to build Dreadnoughts. The British government had planned to build four Dreadnoughts inbut when Germany refused to limit the number of ships it was building, the British public protested, demanding: Britain and Germany thus had a naval arms race.
France hoped to conquer Morocco in Africa, and one of the points of the Entente Cordiale was that the British would help them. But inKaiser Wilhelm visited Morocco and promised to protect Morocco against anyone who threatened it.
The French were furious with Germany. InBritain and Russia, alarmed by German ambitions, made an Entente. Telegraph Article Telegraph Article The article outraged the British.
It convinced them that Germany wanted to challenge the British Empire overseas. Crises of - Bosnian Crisis Bosnian Crisis Turkey had been in decline for a long time.
In there was a revolution in Turkey, and Austria-Hungary took advantage of this to annex take over the Turkish state of Bosnia. Serbia was furious, because Bosnia included many Serbs whom it had hoped to rule.
This eventually led to the assassination at Sarajevo and the First World War. Serbia asked her ally Russia to help, and Russia called a European Conference, expecting support from France and Britain.
However, Britain and France did NOT support Russia, no conference took place, and Russia had to back down and was humiliated - but Russia vowed not to back down again.
This, again, was to help to cause the war in Agadir Crisis Agadir Crisis There was a revolution in Morocco, and the French sent in an army to put it down, then took over the country.Tsar Alexander II Became Tsar in in the Crimean War The war showed up how backward Russia was Industry failed to meet need for munitions Agriculture didn’t supply demand for food Civil Service unable to organise the war he made peace with GB .
A5 Russia from The key events explored in this unit are. The reign of Alexander III For every unit that we study there are notes provided by Edexcel, the examination board.
These are to be used in addition to your course textbook and other class materials. They are really useful for revision. a05_reform_and_reaction_in_russia.
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