Relations Serbia and Austria-Hungary Assassination and ...

Relations Serbia and Austria-Hungary Assassination and ...

Relations Serbia and Austria-Hungary Assassination and Outbreak of War Starter Quiz TASK: Please write down the title, and 1-9 in your margin on a new sheet of paper. 1. In which crisis did Kaiser 2. Name the three Central Wilhelm enter Morocco on powers a white horse? 5. Where did Austria4. When was the FrancoHungary take over in the Russian Alliance signed Bosnian crisis? 7. Last lesson = 1 pt 8. Last week = 2 pt

3. 6. In which year was the HMS Dreadnought built? 9. How did Britain show it was willing to fight Germany in the second Moroccan Crisis? Last term = 3 pt Last lesson = 1 pt 1. 1st Moroccan Crisis 4. 1894 7. Last week = 2 pt Last term = 3 pt

2. Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy 5. Bosnia and Herzegovina 8. 3. 6. 1906 9. Sending boats Conflict and Tension Lesson 5: Serbia and Austria- Hungary Good learning: Understand the events of the Assassination of

Ferdinand Key Words: Great learning: Explain the reasons why the assassination happened Even better: Evaluate the consequences of the Assassination Videos on Assassination of Franz Ferdinand https:// www.awesomestories.com/asset/view/Assassin-of-Archduke-Franz-Fe rdinand-Gavrilo-Princip Complete the work sheet questions

Good learning: Understand the events of the Assassination of Ferdinand Great learning: Explain the reasons why the assassination happened Even better: Evaluate the consequences of the Assassination Slav Nationalism The assassination looked like a local issue just involving Austria-Hungary and Serbia, but: Austria having taken over Bosnia in 1908 now felt confident and that it had

Germanys backing. Some historians argue Austria Hungary had become dangerously confident in this area, why do you think they may argue this? It is said that Germany had given Austria-Hungary a blank cheque explain what this means Russia having been forced to back down in 1909 had concentrated on building its army Serbia emerged from the local wars of 1912 and 1913 as a powerful Great learning:nation Good learning: Even better: Explain the Understand the Evaluate the and was a close ally of Russia reasons why the events of the Assassination of Ferdinand

assassination happened consequences of the Assassination Slav Nationalism Russia and Serbia were both mainly Slav in nationality and a movement called pan-Slavism was strong in Russia calling on the Tsar to support fellow Slav nations. Austria saw Slav culture as inferior to its own. Austria-Hungary was made up of many different ethnic groups, languages and cultures but was confident it could stay intact and remain in control in central and south-eastern Europe. Austria-Hungary saw the assassination as a justification to crush Serbia and was sure of German support whilst Serbia did not want war. Good learning: Understand the events of the

Assassination of Ferdinand Great learning: Explain the reasons why the assassination happened Even better: Evaluate the consequences of the Assassination The July Crisis 23rd July 1914 Austria- Hungary sends a 10 point ultimatum to Serbia Serbia accepts 9 of these points but wont accept A-H control over Serbias justice system. Serbia offers to refer the point to the International Court at The Hague.

28th July: With the promise of German support Austria declares war on Serbia 30th July Russia mobilises its army 1st August Germany declares war on Russia Good learning: Understand the events of the Assassination of Ferdinand Great learning: Explain the reasons why the assassination happened Even better: Evaluate the consequences of the Assassination

Thinking Qs At this point who seems most responsible for starting hostilities? Why does the July crisis make the alliances suddenly very important? Good learning: Understand the events of the Assassination of Ferdinand Great learning: Explain the reasons why the assassination happened Even better: Evaluate the consequences of the Assassination

The Schlieffen Plan and Belgium Look at pages 210-211 of the book Why was the Schlieffen Plan created? Why attack France through Belgium and Holland? Good learning: Understand the events of the Assassination of Ferdinand Great learning: Explain the reasons why the assassination happened Even better: Evaluate the consequences of the Assassination

1. In which crisis did Kaiser Wilhelm enter Morocco on a white horse? 2. What was the outcome of the Algeciras Conference for Germany? 3. In which crisis did France gain joint control of the Moroccan police with the Spanish? 4. Where did Austria-Hungary take over in the Bosnian crisis? 5. What was the name of the gunboat sent to Morocco in the 2nd Moroccan Crisis? 6. In which crisis did France take full control of Morocco? 7. Which countries backed down to Germany in the Bosnian Crisis? 8. How did Britain show it was willing to fight Germany in the second Moroccan Crisis? 9. Which country had been in control of the Balkans for centuries? 10. In which crises was the Entente Cordial challenged? 1. In which crisis did Kaiser Wilhelm enter Morocco on a white horse? 1st Moroccan Crisis 2. What was the outcome of the Algeciras Conference for Germany? Humiliation 3.

In which crisis did France gain joint control of the Moroccan police with the Spanish? 1st Moroccan Crisis 4. Where did Austria-Hungary take over in the Bosnian crisis? Bosnia and Herzegovina 5. What was the name of the gunboat sent to Morocco in the 2 nd Moroccan Crisis? The Panther 6. In which crisis did France take full control of Morocco? 2nd 7. Which countries backed down to Germany in the Bosnian Crisis? Russia and Serbia 8.

How did Britain show it was willing to fight Germany in the second Moroccan Crisis? Sent boats 9. Which country had been in control of the Balkans for centuries? Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 10. In which crises was the Entente Cordial challenged? Both Moroccan Crisis Britains Position Britain had no intention of joining the War in support of Russia Britain feared a change in the balance of power in Western Europe with either Germany or France becoming too strong Holland and Belgium were important to Britain for security (opposite the English coast) and trade reasons. In 1839 The Treaty of London secured Belgium neutrality and Britain was determined to stand by this. When Germany invaded Belgium 3rd August Britain gave Germany an ultimatum that they would declare war in Germany did not withdraw by the midnight 4th August. Great learning:

Good learning: Even better: Explain the 6th August Austria declared war on Russia. Understand the Evaluate the reasons why the events of the Assassination of Ferdinand assassination happened consequences of the Assassination Focus Task p211 Complete the Focus Task on P211 Good learning:

Understand the events of the Assassination of Ferdinand Great learning: Explain the reasons why the assassination happened Even better: Evaluate the consequences of the Assassination Good learning: Understand the events of the Assassination of Ferdinand

Great learning: Explain the reasons why the assassination happened Even better: Evaluate the consequences of the Assassination

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