World War One and its Consequences - Coggle Diagram
World War One and its Consequences
The European powers competed to gain colonial expansion, financial control and domination of the continent.
CAUSES OF THE WAR
FRANCO - PRUSSIAN WAR
A war led by Prussia in which France loses and puts an end to French hegemony.
1882: Bismarck created the "Central Powers", formed by Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy.
Great Britain, France and Russia formed the "Allied Powers".
They began to prepare for war with weapons and transports.
Countries were preparing for war, believing it to be the "only solution."
TECHNOLOGY OF WAR
1914: Development of the war, the creation of new weapons for the attacks is needed.
1918: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey and the rest of the Allies called for the suspension of hostilities.
CONSEQUENCES OF WAR
After the war the loss of human lives was remarkable, remaining:
:star: 9 million killed
:star: 22 million wounded
:star: 7 million disabled
:star: 5 million missing