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  • Austria Hungry And Russia
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    Diplomacy There were many reasons for WWI. There was the assassination of a European archduke and many building rivalries between most of the european countries. Italy, Russia, France, Austria-Hungry, Germany and England all sought the goal of acquiring new market and establishing global empires. Russia had already had influence over Manchuria and hoped to take control of Dardanelles and Bosporus. In the year of 1908, Russia had been called upon to bail out Serbia after Austria-Hungry had annexe...
  • Tsars Grip Over Russia
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    Bloody Sunday was the day when all the tensions that led to and began the 1905 revolution came together. By 1903 the activities of the parties that were opposing the government combined with the appalling conditions in which the working class people lived led to demonstrations, strikes and protests. The ministers of the Tsar warned him that Russia was on the verge of a revolution. The government attempted to deal with the problem were not very effective. It relaxed its repressive and censorship ...
  • Stalingrad's Location In The Center Of Russia
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    Stalingrad was a key city in Russia's defenses and Germany's aspirations of conquering eastern Europe. As a port city on the Volga, Stalingrad's location proved to be important during World War II. Its heavy industry gave Germany a strong motive for invading the city. Stalingrad also was well known as an important center of communication. For these reasons, Hitler made the city the focus of his country's 1942 offensive. Stalingrad was located in the heart of Russia. It was surrounded by two rive...
  • Army The Russian Navy
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    Military Reform- The end of the Crimean war in 1856 saw the army in Russia to be extremely weak and unfair on certain classes of people especially the peasants. It was badly in need of some sort of reform to make it modernised and stronger. Problems with the Army. The command structure and the administration were inflexible and inefficient... Punishment was severe and barbaric going completely over the top for small offences. The period of service the soldiers had to serve was seen as a life sen...
  • Russia's Problems
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    Inspired by Patriotism and an emotional religious fervor, its people instead of fleeing welcomed the threat with rejoices. In their eyes Russia was undef eatable having the largest and strongest army in the world. As the war commenced the conditions within Russia worsened, refugees were flooding into the country, the wounded soldiers refused going back, and the peasants refused against their sons being taken away from the fields. The feeling in Russia became as much anti-war as anti-German. A th...

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