Imperialism is caused by..?
Need for power
National prestige (define: prestige: widespread respect and admiration felt for someone or something on the basis of a perception of their achievements or quality.)
Militarism is defined by..?
Political influence of the armed forces
Popularity of the armed forces
Increasing militarisation of the populations
The need for an army
Militarism and Imperialism reinforced nationalism - making it more competitive and aggressive.
Nationalism, Imperialism and Militarism all combined to make Socialism - it produced the National Socialism and Fascism.
Who were the 'have-not powers'?
Who were the 'have' powers?
Who were the 'great powers of the future'?
Who was described as the 'corpses'?
What was a consequence of the 'New Course' in German foreign policy?
Failed alliance with Britain
Franco-Russian Alliance 1894