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Europe

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Rayan Daruwalla

on 25 July 2014

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Transcript of Europe

List the countries and empires that were part of Europe in 1914 that no longer existed in 1919.
Austria-Hungary
Russian Empire
Ottoman Empire
Montenegro
German Empire

List all of the new countries displayed on the 1919 map that were not present during 1914.
Modern Germany, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia. Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina,Turkey, Cyprus.
For each of the new countries listed above, write down an empire of which that country was part of.
Russian Empire, Ottoman Empire, Austria-Hungary, German Empire, French Empire, Spanish Empire, Italian Empire
Romania
Norway
Greece
How might these changes lead to conflicts in Europe later on? Give at least two possible ideas.
The way these changes may lead to conflict is that the Countries that lost territory might attack to gain their territory back.
Another reason these changes could cause conflict would be that another war could happen and their would be lots of destruction and chaos and lots of death.
Europe
Before & After
Gained territory from
1914 to 1919
Lost territory from
1914 to 1919
Russia
UK
Germany
Austria-Hungary
Bulgaria
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