Causes of WWI M Militaris m A Alliances Nationalism N I Imperialism A Assassination
MilitarismA policy of glorifying militarypower, ideas, and values. • 1.) Shelieffen Plan • 2.) New Weapons
First time for submarines, machine guns, tanks,planes, and gas in a major war.
AlliancesA partnership; an association ofgroups with a common goal • 1.) Triple Entente • 2.) Triple Alliance • 3.) Balance of Power
The Triple Entente (allies): wascomposed of Russia France and Britain.Central Powers: was composed ofGermany, Austria-Hungary and Italy.
NationalismLoyalty to one’s own nation or country;especially putting one nation above allothers, with major emphasis onpromotion of its culture and interests. • 1.) Serbian Nationalism (The Black Hand)
ImperialismThe policy of extending control overother countries or territories; to buildan empire. • 1.) Expansion
AssassinationThe killing or murdering someone bysurprise, especially a political leader orother public figure. • 1.) GavriloPrincip • 2.) Archduke Franz Ferdinand