Austria-Hungary and Great Britain, 1908-1914

with an introductory chapter on the diplomatic relations between Austria and England up to 1908
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by , London :bOxford University Press
World War, 1914-1918 -- Diplomatic history., Austria -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain., England -- Foreign relations -- Aus
Statementtr. by Ian F.D. Morrow.
ContributionsMorrow, Ian F. D. 1896-
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 328 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16163438M

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The causes of World War I remain War I began in the Balkans in late July and ended in Novemberleaving 17 million dead and 20 million wounded. Scholars looking at the long term seek to explain why two rival sets of powers – German Empire and Austria-Hungary on the one hand, against Russian Empire, French Republic, and Great Britain.

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Thus he wanted to emphasize in this book, as well as in many publications to follow, that Germany’s naval build-up was not responsible for the outbreak of World War I in July ¹ In Tirpitz’s opinion, this change in Anglo-German relations was merely the corollary of a new policy toward Great Britain, embodied by the new German ambassador.

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Bethmann Hollweg and Wilhelm II did not act alone, there were others in the German leadership and administration, as well as in Austria-Hungary, whose collective machinations led Britain to go to war in Jagow and Moltke drove Germany’s aims while in Austria-Hungary Franz Freiherr Conrad von Hötezendorf, Chief of the General Staff, The Decline Of Austria Give 3 problems faced by Austria-Hungary during the 19th century 1: 2: 3: The Franco-Prussian War Imperialism Prelude To War: growing tensions, Growing Nationalism.

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