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Student__________________________________class____date________
Modern World History 1750-present Ch 18.1
Terms/People:
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What underlying factors led to World War I?
Why were the Balkans called a “powder keg”?
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18.1 activity sheet

  1. 1. Student__________________________________class____date________ Modern World History 1750-present Ch 18.1 Terms/People: >militarism (506) >mobilize (506) >ultimatum (509) >belligerents (510) Write the following items in the chart below (some don’t belong!) Poland Italy Great Britain Germany Rumania Secret understanding with Italy Austria-Hungary United States Russia France Alliances Triple Alliance Triple Entente Complete: The unity of all Slavic peoples under Russian leadership is known as ________________________. Archduke Francis Ferdinand was assassinated by _______________________. Germany declared war on ________________ two days after declaring war on Russia. Even though the Great Powers agreed to guarantee its neutrality, Germany sent troops into _____________________________ on 4 August 1914. Japan entered the war on the side of ___________________ and France. After remaining neutral for many months, ______________ finally entered the war on the side of Great Britain and France. The _____________________ connects the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. In October 1915, _____________________ entered the war as Germany’s ally. France Gavrilo Princip Dardanelles Pan-Slavism Bulgaria Belgium Great Britain Italy Be sure to answer the questions on the back!!
  2. 2. What underlying factors led to World War I? Why were the Balkans called a “powder keg”?

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