Touching the issue of the world wars, it is necessary to analyze the WW I in order to see the background of this phenomenon.
The U.S.did not participate in the war at first, but events such as the sinking of Lusitania, the publishing of the Zimmerman Note, and the Russian Revolution convinced the American authorities to cause the U.S.to [...]
Irrespective of when the phrase is used, the balance of power will always refer to the conditions of the balance of the policies of establishing balance.
The battle for the village of Pozieres was one of the deadliest and most remarkable for the Australian troops which took part in the First World War.
In this paper, we are going to discuss how the World War I affected live of people and what was the life of soldiers and civilians serving and living on the frontlines.
As a matter of fact, the events of the late spring and summer of 1914 went down in the history books as some of the major issues that would contribute to the First World War.
Not only did the war encouraged people to join their forces in order to fight the enemy, but also affected their perception of the state's key political processes raising political engagement rates among population, WWI [...]
This is one of the drawbacks that should not be overlooked. This is one of the details that should be identified.
The paper will demonstrate that the First World War was a total war since it bore most the hallmark characteristics of the total war including unlimited warfare, prioritization of armament efforts, involvement of the civilian [...]
As stated earlier, the main reason for the launch of the plaque was to show gratitude to the family of the soldiers who died while in the line of duty.
The "interception of the German arms shipment by the Royal Navy" led to the quick suppression of the Eastern uprising and execution of key leaders of the Irish Republicans.
A common assessment of the Battle of Pozieres is that the Australians were facing a formidable enemy in the form of the Germans.
The authors relate the escalation of violence in the 1914 to 1918 to conduct of civilians and prisoners. Audoin Rouzeau and Becker indicate that religion was critical in shaping the ideals of the war through [...]
The Greater War changed the structure of the western world in different ways as the political landscape and order took a new direction.
One of the most prominent lessons for humanity from the war was that war always wins. The Great War also clearly brought out the irony of war.
When the Storm of Steel was published, it became a favorite in Germany since it adored the greatness of war and the huge sacrifices made by the Germany warriors to end the war victoriously.
Based on the account of Horne and the opinions presented in this paper, it can be stated that the entire battle of Verdun was complete was of human life and shows how nationalism and pride [...]
This later led to the entry of countries allied to Serbia into the war so as to protect their partners. In conclusion, the First World War led to the loss of many lives.
World War I saw the application of several new technologies to the battlefield, the most important being that of the internal combustion engine, which permitted the development of the first successful mechanized armored fighting vehicles1.
The aim of the involvement of the Canadian Corps was to dominate the land that was held high by the Germany, which was on an escarpment that was located at the Northern part of the [...]
The paper further gives an in-depth analysis of how the Germans waged war against the European countries and the circumstances that forced the United States to abandon its neutrality to take part in the Great [...]
This was particularly reinforced by the signing of treaties and the formation of alliances Militarism The causes of the war dates as far back as before 1914 and tension was so high among the various [...]
In as much as soldiers and civilians garnered experience during WWI, it is imperative to acknowledge that the unsuitable environment at the forefront led to deterioration of health standards; furthermore, civilians were forced to live [...]
Although the question of the origins of the Great War is highly debated, and although this war is considered by many as the beginning of a new stage in history and the real starting point [...]
William Anthony Hay claims that according to McMeekin, a tutor of international relations, "The war's real catalyst lay in Russia's ambition to supplant the waning Ottoman Empire in the Near East and to control the [...]
The government further formed a consultative 'Aircraft Production Board' that was made up of members of the Army, Navy, as well as the sector to assess the Europeans' fortunes in aircraft sector in a bid [...]
The war brought to the fore various issues which had been in the air in the end of the nineteenth century and in the beginning of the twentieth century.
The assassination led to the war between Serbia and Austria-Hungary and with Russia trying to defend Serbia, Germany declared war on Russia and it spread all over with the formation of alliances.
It is clear from the beginning of this article, that the statistics on the World War I causalities indicates that the Germans suffered fewer casualties compared to their western counterparts, who are the French and [...]
This move also contributed to the start of the conflict and eventually to the war. This decision was vehemently opposed by the Slavs, which saw Russia come to the aid of Serbia while on the [...]
Amidst all the dehumanization that the soldiers had to go through, there were some instances during the war that the harsh conditions compelled the soldiers to revert to humanity.