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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Fatal Decision Austro-Hungary, Germany, and Italy form a military alliance. Nationalism, militarism and alliances created tension between the countries Archduke Francis Ferdinand, and his wife were assassinated by a Serbian Nationalist on June 28. Ambassador of The Austro-Hungarian Empire to Serbia, deliver an ultimatum to the Serbian foreign ministry. By: Leyla Vladi President Woodrow Wilson officially declared US neutrality The American public was angry and many people demanded that Wilson repeal the U.S. declaration of neutrality an effort to restrict the maritime supply of raw materials and foodstuffs to the Central Powers, which included Germany, Austria-Hungary and Turkey. Hamid Karzai is sworn inas the interim presidentwith the support of the UnitedStates. 1882 Triple Alliance Formed 1890~1900's Tensions in Europe 1914 Assasination Tension again 1882 Wilson neutrality 1915US outrages by Lusitania 1917US informed about submarines 1917USS Housatonic European Events U.S. Events 1907 Triple Entente the alliance linking the Russian Empire, the French Third Republic, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland after the signing of the Anglo-Russian Entente On July 28, Austria Hungary declared war on Serbia 1914 A-H List Of Demands 1914 Europe at War 1914 A-H War double click to change this header text! With that declaration, the tenuous peace between Europes Great powers was shattered. the period throughout the war where trenches dominate the front-line By the end of 1914, however,well over a million soldiers of various nationalities had been killed on the Battlefields of Europe,and there was no final victory in sight for either the Allies or the Central Powers. 1914 Enormous Casualties 1916Lusitania sunk 1915Lusitaniaset sail 1914~1919Blockade of Germany 1914~1918 Stalemate 1917US goes to war 1917Wilson asks for war 1917Sank Allied shipping 19172nd Pless Conference 1917Pless ConferenceResumption of war. 1916Sussex 1916Sussex pledge 1917US broke relations The Lusitania sailed on May 1st 1915 from New York bound for Liverpool The sinking of the Lusitania by the german U-boats, was thought to have made a major impact on America and World War One, but America did not join the war for another two years. Germany had instituted a policy of unrestricted submarine warfare, allowing armed merchant ships, but not passenger ships, to be torpedoed without warning a promise made during World War I by Germany to the United States prior to the latter's entry into the war a conference held at the castle of Prince Pless located in the Duchy of Pless.The conference involved the German army and navy arguing which division should take command of German activity in World War I. Held on January 8th.Military leaders decide to turn submarines lose the American liner Housatonic was sunk by a German U-boat. None of the 25 Americans on board were killed and they were picked up later by a British steamer. Germany, determined to win its war of attrition against the Allies, announced the resumption of unrestricted warfare.the United States broke off diplomatic relations with Germany Their aim was to sink capital ships of the British but there were also US passengers in the Ship President Wilson requested a declaration of war against Germany Wilson tried to keep the U.S. neutral, but Germany repeatedly violated America's neutral status thereforethe US went to war.
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