ww1

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ww1
1 who was involved/the big 6
1.1 triple entente
1.1.1 GB
1.1.2 France
1.1.3 Russia
1.2 allies
1.2.1 Italy
1.2.2 Germany
1.2.3 Austro-Hungry
2 assets and weaknesses
2.1 Germany
2.1.1 assets
2.1.1.1 guns very reliable and safe
2.1.1.2 has lots of money
2.1.1.3 good trade
2.1.1.4 biggest and best trained army
2.1.1.5 good navy
2.1.1.6 big steel production
2.1.1.7 aggressive nature and tactics of kaiser willhelm
2.1.1.7.1 kind of wants war
2.1.2 weaknesses
2.1.2.1 guns only held 5 bullets
2.1.2.2 near water prone to GB navy
2.2 GB
2.2.1 assets
2.2.1.1 best navy
2.2.1.2 good trade
2.2.1.3 has lots of money
2.2.1.4 good weapons fast and more ammo
2.2.1.5 controls med. sea
2.2.1.6 good steel production
2.2.1.7 on an island
2.2.1.8 trained army
2.2.2 weaknesses
2.2.2.1 guns very fragile
2.2.2.2 size of army is very small
2.3 France
2.3.1 assets
2.3.1.1 good guns, sturdy
2.3.1.2 bigger army than most
2.3.1.3 quite trained army
2.3.2 weaknesses
2.3.2.1 guns prone to explode
2.3.2.2 army isn't completely up to shape
2.4 Russia
2.4.1 assets
2.4.1.1 bigger army than others
2.4.1.2 huge pop. more expansion for army
2.4.2 weaknesses
2.4.2.1 not much money or trade
2.4.2.2 has a threat from inside/revolutions
2.5 italy
2.5.1 assets=none
2.5.2 weaknesses
2.5.2.1 very small army
2.5.2.2 tiny steel productions
2.5.2.3 barely any trade and money
2.5.2.4 terrible navy
2.5.2.5 political and domestic insatbability
2.6 Austro-Hungry
2.6.1 assets
2.6.1.1 not near sea/not prone to GB
2.6.2 weaknesses
2.6.2.1 size of army is small
2.6.2.2 small steel production
2.6.2.3 less soldiers than Russia, main enemy
3 reasons for war
3.1 add Serbia killed Hier to Austro-Hungry and everyone wants a bigger empire
4 causes
4.1 fight for empires
4.2 blank check
4.2.1 unconditional support from G to A.H
4.3 alliances
4.4 German agression
4.5 bulkan troubles
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