Why Did Ww1 Last So Long Essays and Term Papers

  • Why Did Ww1 Last so Long

    Why did WW1 last for so long? WW1 was thought to be a quick battle with hardly any resistance offered to the Germans. But something went wrong, very wrong for the fight that was thought to be over in 43 days on the western front ended up as a shoot out for four long years. There were many reasons...

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  • Why Did Prohibition Last so Long

    Why Did Prohibition Last So Long? Prohibition of Alcohol in America was introduced in 1920 with the 18th amendment of the constitution and was finally revoked in 1933. Prohibition was always considered a failure, due to the way it was policed, the fact the American people at the time liked to drink...

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  • Why did it take so long for the Vietnamese Veterans to be recognized in Australia?

    When the Vietnam soldiers returned from war, they did not receive a warm and friendly welcome. They were targeted by anti-war protesters as being the enemy. They claimed that they were evil and wrong to fight in a war, which they thought was useless, and none of Australia's business. They thought that...

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  • Why Did It Take so Long for Penicillin to Be Mass Produced?

    Fleming was convinced that penicillin could not last long enough in the human body to kill pathogenic bacteria, and stopped studying it after 1931. He restarted clinical trials in 1934, and continued to try to get someone to purify it until 1940 The chemical structure of penicillin was determined...

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  • Why did it take so long for the nations of Europe to defeat Napoleon I?

    to join and several other countries boycotted the System, this weakened Napoleon. Despite these defeats, Napoleon was still a very powerful man, and did not show any more signs of weakening; he still held a firm grip on his conquered lands and single-handedly governed the states and led the army. In...

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  • Why Ww1 Was so Devastating

    Germany, France, Great Britain, and the United States. The reason why World War 1 was so devastating was because of secret alliances, the weapons that were used, and how it was fought. Secret alliances were the main reasons why World War 1 became a world war. Alliances are agreements between...

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  • Why did Germany lose WW1

    World War I (WWI or WW1), also known as the First World War, was a global war centred in Europe that began on 28 July 1914 and lasted until 11 November 1918. From the time of its occurrence until the approach of World War II, it was called simply the World War or the Great War, and thereafter the First...

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  • Why did Germany Lose WW1

    Why did Germany lose World War One? World War One was a war between several countries in Europe. It is called a world war because it was the first war which affected so many countries all over the world. It took place from July 1914 to November 1918. The war was mainly fought between two alliances...

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  • Why Did Germany Lose Ww1

    WHY DID GERMANY LOSE WW1 Germany lost WW1 due to a variety of military, socio-economic & political, and strategic reasons. The war itself continued for 4 years, inflicting various casualties and economic hardships on Germany. The most important reason why Germany lost WW1 were its incompetence...

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  • Why Did Germany Loose Ww1

    Why did Germany lose the War? Germany lost the war for many reasons, but the main reason for their loss, was their failure to prevent the blockade in 1918. The British naval were biting Germany hard as over a 350,000 Germans had died from starvation in 1917 and the numbers increased in the next year...

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  • Why Did Germany Loose Ww1?

    Why did Germany loose the WW1? Why did Germany loose The First World War? On 28 June 1914 a bullet change the tension in Europe for years and a World war broke out. Germany in the losing side together with especially Austria-Hungary but also Ottoman empire and Bulgaria against in the start the Triple...

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  • Why did the US enter WW1?

    DBQ 16: Why Did We Enter World War I? World War I, also known as the First World War, was a global war centred in Europe. The war drew in all the world's economic great powers, which were assembled in two opposing alliances: the Allies and the Central Powers of Germany and Austria-Hungary. America...

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  • why did apple so sucessful

     Bojie Wang 1. No, it wasn’t. Because developing countries, such as India, although large by population, were characterized by low per capita gross domestic product (GDP). Typically, health care expenditures accounted for a very small share of GDP, and health...

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  • Why Did Men Continue to Fight in Ww1?

    Why did men continue to fight in WWI? The Great War was fought between 1914 until 1918. It took the lives of millions of men and it is said to have had horrible conditions, the question still remains. Why did men continue to fight in the Great War? Was it because of their discipline in the army? Did...

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  • Why Did the United States Enter Ww1?

    The U.S entered WW1 for several reasons. The U.S entered for two main reasons: one was that the Germans had declared unlimited German submarine warfare and the Zimmermann note. The German had totally disregarded the international laws protecting neutral nation's ships by sinking neutral ships. We warned...

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  • Why Did Australia Become Involved in Ww1?

    Why Did Australia become involved in WW1? Australia became involved in World War One in August ‘1914', as Britain was preparing to declare war on Germany. At the time Andrew Fisher (future Australian prime minister) promised that Australia would stand behind their mother country. He believed this...

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  • why did the arms race help cause WW1

    War One. However Britain, being completely surrounded by water, had large powerful navy helped to keep the empire safe. Also, it wasn't until after WW1 that Air Force really played its part, as planes were still rather early in development and could not fly from country to country and accurately bomb...

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  • Why did the allies decide to attack Gallipoli in WW1?

    front were slowly falling apart after the Germans had delivered a crushing blow at Tannenberg. A Turkish advance was also threatening the Russians and so it appealed to its allies for assistance. If the allies could gain control of the Dardanelles not only would this re-establish communications with Russia...

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  • How and why did the apartheid system come into existence in South Africa and how was its existence maintained and enforced for so long?

    Although this system ultimately failed (in 1991 laws enforcing apartheid were abolished) its mark on South Africa and the world will be present for a very long time and the apartheid era will be a massive legacy to be fully overcome for future generations of South Africans and indeed the world. References:1...

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  • Thank you... rememberance day in canada, why we are thankful for what the soldiers did for us so long ago

    our country and the world. Just because the war did not take place on Canadian ground does not mean that Canada was not affected. Canada was hurt, and our country would be very different today if we have not won the wars. However, because our ancestors did win the wars, we have the privilege of living...

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