Political Effects Of Ww1 During World War One ( Ww1 )

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Political Effects of WW1 World War One (WW1) ends in November 11, 1918 with the great human and material losses for both sides of the conflict: about 10-13 millions of people are dead while twice bigger number is wounded, and the economics of warring sides countries are on the decline. Due to new circumstances and new challenges, winning Allied Powers carve up areal map of the world during the Paris Peace Conference within Treaty of Versailles in 1919. Among political effects of WW1 are new country borders, arising new political regimes and a new world political discourse. New country borders Firstly, four colonial empires slept out of existence. They were Germany and Austria-Hungary (in 1918), Ottoman Empire (in 1922) and Russia (in 1917) (Mintz). Germany was recognized by Allied Powers as a country which launched WW1 and thus, was deprived of its overseas territories, and territories were retroceded to France in order to remain a unified German country (Effect of World War). Austria-Hungary, where the WW1 had nominally started from, was forced to cede Hungary and Balkan territories which later, proclaimed independent countries of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Czechoslovakia. Ex-empire was “trimmed down to primarily cover areas dominated by Austrian-German populations” while giving up territorial parts for Poland, Romania and Yugoslavia (Effect of World War). The Ottoman Empire, which before WW1 put together the most of Middle East lands and Turkey, was falling down due to
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