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The difficulty is that, by a suitably chosen narrow meaning of defeat: Destruction of the army in the field, loss of all conquered territory, or significant loss of hoe country areas, the German Army wasn't defeated. Here is a map that shows the Allied March to the Rhine after the Armistice; which thus shows that on Nov 11, 1918, the Germans still held all ...
Germany must take the major blame for the outbreak of WW1, for the following reasons: Firstly, unconditional support for Austria during the July Crisis of 1914.Austria wanted revenge against Serbia for the assassination of Franz Ferdinand,but was aware that Russia was likely to support Serbia as brother Slavs and Eastern Orthodox Christians.Russia was too ...
The german Wikipedia has a bit about this. In short: No - it was illegal in WWI. And during the Nazis it was deadly.
Although it is true Italy felt as "The Odd Man Out" with its alliance with Germany and Austria-Hungary, there are some cultural ties with that of France and Italy that cannot be overlooked. The basic foundation of the "Romance Languages," religion, and history. I also feel that the "Entente" powers were less of a threat to Italy. France also was preoccupied ...
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