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Gcse History  ww 1 - causes of war
Gcse History  ww 1 - causes of war
Gcse History  ww 1 - causes of war
Gcse History  ww 1 - causes of war
Gcse History  ww 1 - causes of war
Gcse History  ww 1 - causes of war
Gcse History  ww 1 - causes of war
Gcse History  ww 1 - causes of war
Gcse History  ww 1 - causes of war
Gcse History  ww 1 - causes of war
Gcse History  ww 1 - causes of war
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An interactive Qwizdom History Lesson

An interactive Qwizdom History Lesson

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  • 1. GCSE History World War One Long Term Causes to War A Multiple Choice Quiz GCSE HISTORY WORLD WAR ONE: THE CAUSES OF WAR An Interactive Qwizdom Lesson
  • 2.
    • Although all the following are true to an extent,
    • which of the following is the dictionary's
    • definition of an alliance?
    • An obligation to go to war in the event of conflict.
    • A union of two countries' foreign policies.
    • A union or connection of interests.
  • 3.
    • Which of these countries had a 44-year-old
    • score to settle with Germany in 1914?
    • Belgium
    • France
    • Britain
  • 4.
    • The belief that their country and race were superior to
    • others led Europeans to conquer and colonise vast
    • areas of territory all over the globe in the 19 th
    • century. Another way to say this would be...
    • Nationalism led to militarism.
    • Imperialism led to militarism.
    • Nationalism led to imperialism.
  • 5.
    • Which country was least wedded to the Triple
    • Alliance?
    • Italy
    • Austria-Hungary
    • Germany
  • 6.
    • What was Plan 17?
    • A French military plan to invade Germany.
    • The Austro-Hungarian scheme to annex Bosnia.
    • The German army's plan to invade Belgium.
  • 7.
    • Which province, taken from France by
    • Germany, was France determined to regain?
    • The Sudetenlan
    • Morocco
    • Alsace and Lorraine
  • 8.
    • Why was the Treaty of London crucially
    • important?
    • A - By the terms of the 1839 treaty, Britain
    • promised to defend Belgium
    • B - By the terms of the 1904 treaty, Britain formed
    • the Entente Cordiale with France
    • C - By the terms of the 1907 treaty, Britain formed
    • the Triple Entente with France and Russia
  • 9.
    • What were the Germany Navy Laws of 1898
    • and 1900 an example of?
    • Imperialism
    • Militarism
    • Nationalism
  • 10.
    • Which country was most threatened by Austro
    • Hungarian plans to expand into the Balkans by
    • annexing Bosnia?
    • Russia
    • Germany
    • France
  • 11.
    • Which of these aspects of German policy
    • probably frightened Britain most?
    • Expanding the German navy
    • Expanding the German army
    • The Triple Alliance
  • 12.
    • For more info on Qwizdom go to
    • www.qwizdom.co.uk

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