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Why was Germany annoyed by the imperialism?
Last Updated: 25th April, 2020
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Also question is, why were the two crises important factors?
The Moroccan Crisis (1905-1906) wasthefirst crises and was one of the long term causesofWorld War One. The fight over control of Morocco broke downthetrust between the major European Powers. This crisis ledtothe assassination of Franz Ferdinand which triggered thebreakoutof the war.
Likewise, why was nationalism an important factor in the World War 1? Nationalist groups contributed to the weakening oftheOttoman Empire in eastern Europe, by seeking to throw offMuslimrule. It was this pan-Slavic nationalism that inspiredtheassassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo in June1914,an event that led directly to the outbreak of World WarI.1.
Subsequently, one may also ask, how did imperialism contribute towards Germany's increasing anger with Britain and France?
Imperialism was a part of Germany'sincreasinganger with Britain and France because sinceGermany hadentered the scramble late, he didn't have as muchland asBritain and France. That created a rivalry betweenthem.Germany gets mad with them because they has most of thelandand he wants land too.
What is meant by the term alliance ww1?
The alliance system was one of the main causesofWorld War One.The alliance system was made up of twogroups,the Central powers (Germany, Austria- Hungary, Italy(1914),andTurkey).The second group was the Allied powers (Russia,France,Great Britain, and United states).The alliance systemiswhen countries join