Historia primera guerra mundial

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The war is already happening in many parts of the world. So many people die, and there is much destruction as a result. Is it worth it? Although some citizens and politicians believe that war is necessary to defend ourselves and to promote good values, there are reasons why the war in all cases should be reconsidered.

Significant in this test we will try to present alittle more about the great World War, based on the causes, the conflict, as if they had advantages and disadvantages, like not remain behind the peace treaties that are of the most important parts of this whole issue.
In these books that I draw, the authors repaired during the development of books in 4 key issues and those above mind.

IMPLICATIONS OF THE WORLD WARWell in this essay I will discuss the implications of the First World War. Will submit the following possible causes:

• Industrial development and stiff competition, which generated rivalries between countries.
• The strong sense of nationalism that swept Europe and the economic and political rivalry that had the great powers.
• The assassination of Franz Ferdinand (heir to thethrone of Austria) and his wife by a Serbian student.

MAIN CAUSE: IMPORTANT_
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_FRANZ FERDINAND
Born: 1863_
Birthplace: Graz, Austria
Died: 28 June 1914 (Assassination)
Best Known As: The Man Whose killing spark WWI
Name at birth: Franz Ferdinand Karl Ludwig Josef von Habsburg-Lothringen

whatever else I may have done in Life, Archduke Franz Ferdinand is now known as the manWhose Assassination Touched off World War I. The nephew of the Hapsburg emperor Franz Josef, Ferdinand Was first in line to the Austro-Hungarian throne When He visited Sarajevo in June of 1914. He and His wife Sophie Were Shot to Death as they rode through the city in a motorcade on 28 June; was the assassin Gavril Principe, a member of the Serbian Nationalist group Known as the Black Hand. Theshooting led to war Between Austria and Serbia, Which Escalated into World War I.
Sometimes His name is translated to Spanish as Francis Ferdinand ... The Hapsburgs are Also Known as the Habsburgs.

ASSASSINATE

On 28 June 1914 Approximately eleven am, Franz Ferdinand and His Wife Were assassinate in Sarajevo, capital of the Austro-Hungarian province of Bosnia-Herzegovina, by GavrilPrincip, Serbian Extremist one of Several Murderers and controlled by black hand, Serbian Terrorist group . The event, Known as The Assassination in Sarajevo, Was one of the triggers of the First World War.
Very Little Known historical habit of wearing clothes Always impeccably Iron and buttoned, so much so took this penchant for neatness Which made sewing clothes for the fashion shows or parades,to Prevent the flaps Were Open to the wind. The day of the attack the wearing coat is sewn preventer could assist in time, historical Covering Gunshot wound or stopping the flow of blood with a simple handkerchief, Which Caused heavy bleeding and subsequent death.
Franz Ferdinand with His Wife was buried in Artstetten Sofia Castle, in the halls of Vienna (Austria).

JUNE 28 IN SARAJEVOwe’ll start with the facts and work back: May it make it all the Easier to Understand how World War One Actually Happened. The events of July and early August 1914 are a classic case of "one thing led to another" - Otherwise Known as the treaty-alliance system.

The explosive World War One That was long in the HAD Been STOCKPILING, the spark was the Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand,heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914. Ferdinand's death at the hands of the Black Hand, a Serbian Nationalist Secret Society, set in train a mindlessly mechanical series of events that culminate in the world's first global war.


Some of the consequences it had the First World War was (these consequences are different than you told us to choose):

• Countries...
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