What was the significance of the two crises in relation to the outbreak of World War One?
Six Causes of World War I
Why was nationalism an important factor? It was an important factor because it brought Italy and Germany together since they wanted more national pride. This created more conflict in the reaction to the alliances between France and Russia. Germans created more battleships to beat Britain.
Why was nationalism an important factor?
What were the two crises?
The Moroccan Crisis which lasted from 1905 to 1906 was the first crisis and was one of the causes for the World War 1 to happen. The fight broke down the trust between European Powers. The second crisis was called the Bosnian Crisis which lasted from 1908 to 1909. It was caused by Austria and Hungary’s motives.
‘The most important reason for the outbreak of a general European war was Germany’s ‘blank cheque’ to Austria-Hungary.
What links were there between the two crises and ww1?
The second crisis was theBosnian Crisis which lasted from 1908 to 1909. It was caused by Austria and Hungary’smotives to annex Bosnia- Herzegovina. This crisis resulted in the assassination o FranzFerdinand that triggered the breakout of world war 1.