World War I - The Alliances Quiz
From the Triple Alliance to the Triple Entente , in today's one we start a series following to the World War I , better check what you know! 8 Questions.
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Before 1870 , Germany was a collection of small states of which ''what'' was the most powerful , in 1870 the Prussian statesman Bismarck won a war against France after that he united Germany?
In 1914 the six most powerful countries in Europe were divided into two alliances, Triple Alliance formed in 1882 and Triple Entente, in 1907 but which countries were in the Triple Entente?
Russia , Ottoman Empire and France
Britain , France and Russia
Ottoman Empire , Albania and Britain
Britain , Russia and Lithuania
Germany worried about what they called ''encirclement'' , which was friendship between Russia and which other country to surround Germany from West and East of its borders?
Austria Hungary was a sprawling Empire in central Europe , it had problems with ''what'' people which wanted to rule themselves , the main concern for this Empire was to keep the country together?
Italy like Germany was formed from a collection of smaller states, its main concern was to get its government established, after it planned to ''flex its muscles'' , but was not fully trusted by who?
Austria Hungary and German Empire
Ottoman Empire and Russia
Brazil and United States Of America
Portuguese Empire and France
France had been defeated by Germany in a small war in ''what'' , since that Germany had built up a large army and strong industry with their ambitious leader Kaiser Wilhelm?
In the nineteenth century , Britain had tried not to get involved in European politics , its attitude became known as ''what'' as it concerned on its huge Empire?
Russia was the largest of the six powers , but was also the most backward , the country was mainly entirely agricultural although loans from ''what'' helped in industries , which made close ties too?
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