The Role Of Alliances In The Early 20th Century

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Early 20th Century The beginning of the 20th century many countries had alliances that are almost like friends between each other witch would ironically start the largest war the world has seen at the time. WW1 was between two groups of alliances, the Central powers that consisted of Germany Austria- hungry Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire. The other side was the allied powers which consisted of Great Britain France and Italy. Each side thought this massive war would be over very quickly because of all the technologies in new weaponry such as machine guns, tanks, airplane warfare, submarines and chemical weapons were thought to overpower anyone who tried to fight back. Chemical weapons were said to be too inhuman and destructive to be used during war so they are now banned from any confutation. Just less than 11 years after WW1 ended all the big business and Wall St thriving after the war all collapsed starting a …show more content…

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