Serbia was given 48 hours to accept the ultimatum, declining it would mean war. After talking with Russia Serbia declined the ultimatum and Austria declared war on Serbia. In conclusion, the complex alliances caused the small troubles in the Balkans to turn into a World War. Austria gained support from Germany whilst Serbia gained support from Russia and France, and Britain only came into the war when Germany invaded Belgium, while in the Schlieffen, trying to get to France. So you can see how a few gun shots led to the largest and bloodiest war ever!
There were about 825,000 Hungarian Jews in 1941.This is very similar to what Germany does and this leads to Hungary during the war. During the war Germany wants to take the Hungarian Jews or otherwise deport them. Hungary did not want to be involved in the war. The Allied forces were gaining control on the frontline which meant the Axis powers were losing. Hungary tried to talk to the Allied powers to solve peace.
Hitler was able to use his countries momentum and his negotiation skills to achieve what he wanted for Germany and made a deal he knew that he was not going to honor and eventually lead to WWII. Prime Minister Chamberlain also needed to be aware of possible deception that he was likely going to face with dealing with Germany. “When German troops invaded the rest of Czechoslovakia in March 1929, Hitler’s promise that Sudetenland was his ‘last territorial demand’ was revealed for the lie it has always been. At best Chamberlain’s summit diplomacy has bought Britain another 11 month to prepare for war at the considerable expense of Czechoslovakia’s freedom”(Rathbone 19). In fairness, Chamberlin had avoided war for a period of time, but the consequences were much greater in the sense that war was inevitable and his people’s lack of faith.
This coupled with economic distress provided ¡°incentive for resurgent Hungarian nationalism. ¡± After World War II, Hungary became a republic once again and held democratic elections after which a coalition government was formed. However, the Hungarian Communist Party, supported by the Soviet army, did not accept the results and overthrew the lawful government and assumed power.
Arts and culture surged when the Turkish threats ended. (SITE) Empress Maria Theresia(1717-1780) reformed the Habsburg holding which continued with her so... ... middle of paper ... ... depression. (SITE) In 1932 Engelbert Dollfuss tried to tackle the problems caused by the Depression and declared a marital laws in attempt to protect Austria from Adolf Hitler. But his attempted failed in July 1934 when Engelbert Dollfuss was shot by the Nazis in an effort to cause a coup. (SITE) But Austria wasn't incorporated into the German Reich ruled by Adolf Hitler when German troops marched into Austria on March 12, 1938.
Russia, which occupied Poland at the time, is uncertain of what to conquer but is aware of German and Austria-Hungary interest into expanding into Russian ter... ... middle of paper ... ... economies, seeking to offset the declining tendency of the rate of profit, by exporting capital. It is the monopoly stage of capitalism. Each country having entered the war with their own personal gain in mind therefore they all become responsible for the World War I. Each of them wanted this war, were convinced they could win, and were planning on using their status of “victors” in to obtain what they sought. By the end of World War I, Austria-Hungary was collapsing and Germany was the only candidate left to assume the role of scapegoat.
Germany had a treaty with Austria-Hungary, and France had a treaty with Russia so they joined the fighting. Great Britain then joined in part to defend France against Germany, but mostly to defend the neutral Belgium against Germany who had invaded the on their way to France. Japan joined because of a military commitment to Britain and Italy avoided the fighting based on a technicality in their treaty with Germany and Austria-Hungary. All these countries were engaged in the Great War for three years while the U.S. continued to proclaim their neutrality (1). After failed attempts by President Wilson to negotiate peace talks among the warring parties and the Germans refusal to stop their submarine warfare; the U.S. entered the Great War in 1917.
Hitler began to openly rearm in 1935. Hitler sent troops into the Rhineland on 7 March 1936. He united with Austria in 1938 and in the same year, he took over the Sudetenland, part of Czechoslovakia. This was justified in that 3.25 million Germans lived there and at the Paris Peace Conference, there had been a principle of national self-determination, but it had not been applied to Germans. Furthermore, Britain had been led to believe (through Nazi propaganda) that Germans were being persecuted there.
The Reasons Hitler was Made Chancellor of Germany In Germany in 1933, Hitler's Nazis party was growing extremely popular with the Germans. This posed a problem for the current government, The Weimar republic who were losing popularity. Hitler promised things that the German people needed: Hitler offered a strong leadership, like that of the Kaiser, older Germans who were alive during the reign of the Kaiser, warmed to this type of ruling. Hitler promised the cancellation of the treaty of Versailles, which was still a subject which angered many people; many still held the signing of the treaty against the Weimar. Hitler's use of the SA forced people into voting for him.
That attack brought us in to join World War II. America became allies with England and Russia. A couple years after the war started Germany started to become very powerful, and started to take over multiple countries. Adolf Hitler lead Germany on his way to high power. Many forces tried to stop him along with Germany, but almost everyone was unsuccessful in stopping them.