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This spurs a new era of population growth and rapid industrialization. The Germans also forcibly annex the provinces of Alsace and Lorraine from France. January - Britain and Japan form a naval alliance. April - The British reach a strategic agreement with France which includes mutual military support in the event of war.

Petersburg killing hundreds in what comes to be known as Bloody Sunday. May - Russia suffers a military defeat at sea by newly industrialized Japan, thwarting Russia's territorial ambitions toward Manchuria and Korea. October - Continuing political unrest in Russia, including a general strike, results in the creation of a national legislative assembly Duma by the Czar. February - H. Dreadnought is launched by Britain, marking the advent of a new class of big-gun battleships. The Germans follow suit and begin building similar battleships as an all-out arms race ensues between Germany and Britain.

August - The British reach a strategic agreement with Russia. Neighboring Serbia, with the backing of Russia, voices its objection in support of the Serbian minority living in Bosnia. The United States remains the world leader, surpassing all of the European manufacturing nations combined.

A peace settlement is then drawn up by the major European powers that divides up the former Turkish areas in southern Europe among the Balkan League nations. However, the peace is short-lived as Bulgaria, desiring a bigger share, attacks neighboring Greece and Serbia. Romania then attacks Bulgaria along with the Turks.

This Second Balkan War results in Bulgaria losing territory and the Serbians becoming emboldened, leaving the Balkan region of southern Europe politically unstable. A bomb is thrown at their auto but misses.

Undaunted, they continue their visit only to be shot and killed a short time later by a lone assassin. Believing the assassin to be a Serbian nationalist, the Austrians target their anger toward Serbia. July 23, - Austria-Hungary, with the backing of Germany, delivers an ultimatum to Serbia. The Serbs propose arbitration as a way to resolve dispute, but also begin mobilization of their troops.

July 25, - Austria-Hungary severs diplomatic ties with Serbia and begins to mobilize its troops. July 26, - Britain attempts to organize a political conference among the major European powers to resolve the dispute between Austria-Hungary and Serbia. France and Italy agree to participate. Russia then agrees, but Germany refuses. July 29, - Britain calls for international mediation to resolve the worsening crisis. Russia urges German restraint, but the Russians begin partial troop mobilization as a precaution.

The Germans then warn Russia on its mobilization and begin to mobilize themselves. July 30, - Austrian warships bombard Belgrade, capital of Serbia. July 31, - Reacting to the Austrian attack on Serbia, Russia begins full mobilization of its troops. Germany demands that it stop. August 1, - Germany declares war on Russia. France and Belgium begin full mobilization. August 3, - Germany declares war on France, and invades neutral Belgium.

Britain then sends an ultimatum, rejected by the Germans, to withdraw from Belgium. August 4, - Great Britain declares war on Germany. August 4, - The United States declares its neutrality. August , - The Siege of Liege occurs as Germans attack the Belgian fortress city but meet resistance from Belgian troops inside the Liege Forts.

The twelve forts surrounding the city are then bombarded into submission by German and Austrian howitzers using high explosive shells.

Remaining Belgian troops then retreat northward toward Antwerp as the German westward advance continues. Twenty days later, the German governor there surrenders. August 7, - The first British troops land in France.

August , - The French desire to score a quick victory ignites the first major French-German action of the war. However, the French offensive is met by effective German counter-attacks using heavy artillery and machine-guns. The French suffer heavy casualties including 27, soldiers killed in a single day, the worst one-day death toll in the history of the French Army. The French then fall back toward Paris amid , total casualties.

August 8, - Britain enacts the Defense of the Realm Act DORA granting unprecedented powers to the government to control the economy and daily life. Serbia is invaded by Austria-Hungary. August 17, - Russia invades Germany, attacking into East Prussia, forcing the outnumbered Germans there to fall back. August 20, - German troops occupy undefended Brussels, capital of Belgium. Following this, the main German armies continue westward and invade France according to their master strategy known as the Schlieffen Plan.

It calls for a giant counter-clockwise movement of German armies wheeling into France, swallowing up Paris, and then attacking the rear of the French armies concentrated in the Alsace-Lorraine area. Under the overall command of Helmuth von Moltke, Chief of the German General Staff, the Germans seek to achieve victory over France within six weeks and then focus on defeating Russia in the East before Russia's six-million-man army, the world's largest, can fully mobilize.

August 23, - Japan declares war on Germany. Aided by aerial reconnaissance and the interception of uncoded Russian radio messages, the Germans effectively reposition their troops to counter the initial Russian advance. Five days later, after surrounding the Russians, the battle ends with a German victory and the capture of , Russians. Following this success, the Germans drive the Russians out of East Prussia with heavy casualties.

The impressive victory elevates Hindenburg and Ludendorff to the status of heroes in Germany. Three days later, Japanese forces land on the coast of China, preparing to attack the German naval base at Tsingtao Qingdao. Battle of the Marne September , - On the Western Front, Paris is saved as French and British troops disrupt the Schlieffen Plan by launching a major counter-offensive against the invading German armies to the east of Paris.

Six hundred taxi cabs from the city help to move French troops to the Front. Aided by French aerial reconnaissance which reveals a gap has developed in the center of the whole German advance, the French and British exploit this weakness and press their advantage.

The Germans then begin a strategic withdrawal northward as the Allies pursue. Each side repeatedly tries to outmaneuver the other and gain a tactical advantage as they move northward in what becomes known as the Race to the Sea. September 8, - The French government enacts nationwide State of War regulations which include total control over the economy and national security, strict censorship, and suspension of civil liberties.

September 17, - On the Eastern Front, Austrian forces steadily retreat from the advancing Russian 3rd and 8th armies fighting in southern Poland and along the Russian-Austrian border. The Germans then send the newly formed 9th Army to halt the Russians. This marks the beginning of a pattern in which the Germans will aid the weaker Austro-Hungarian Army.

Despite heavy losses, British, French and Belgian troops fend off the attack and the Germans do not break through. During the battle, the Germans send waves of inexperienced 17 to year-old volunteer soldiers, some fresh out of school. They advance shoulder-to-shoulder while singing patriotic songs only to be systematically gunned down in what the Germans themselves later call the "massacre of the innocents.

October 29, - The Ottoman Empire Turkey enters the war on the side of the Germans as three warships shell the Russian port of Odessa. Three days later, Russia declares war on Turkey. Russian and Turkish troops then prepare for battle along the common border of the Russian Caucasus and the Ottoman Empire. The Austrians attack the Russians in Galicia a province in northeast Austria with indecisive results.

However, the Russians fail to press their advantage at Warsaw and instead begin a split counter-offensive moving both southward against the Austrians in Galicia and northward toward Germany. The German 9th Army then regroups and cuts off the Russians at Lodz, Poland, halting their advance and forcing an eastward withdrawal by the Russians.

November 1, - Austria invades Serbia. This is the third attempt to conquer the Serbs in retaliation for the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. This attempt fails like the two before it, at the hands of highly motivated Serbs fighting on their home ground. The Austrians withdraw in mid-December, after suffering over , casualties from the three failed invasions.

November 1, - The British Navy suffers its worst defeat in centuries during a sea battle in the Pacific. The objective is to protect the oil pipeline from Persia. Two weeks later they capture the city of Basra. Troops from both sides construct opposing trench fortifications and dugouts protected by barbed wire, machine-gun nests, snipers, and mortars, with an in-between area called No Man's Land.

The Eastern Front also sees its share of trenches as troops dig in after the Russians hold off the Germans in Poland and the Austrians hold off the Russians at Limanowa. Von Spee and two sons serving in his squadron are killed.

December 10, - The French begin a series of attacks along the Western Front against the Germans in the Artois region of northern France and Champagne in the south. Hampered by a lack of heavy artillery and muddy winter conditions, the French fail to make any significant gains and both offensives are soon suspended.

December 16, - Britain suffers its first civilian casualties at home in the war as the German Navy bombards the coastal towns of Whitby, Hartlepool and Scarborough, killing 40 persons and wounding hundreds. December 25, - A Christmas truce occurs between German and British soldiers in the trenches of northern France. All shooting stops as the soldiers exit their trenches, exchange gifts, sing carols and engage in a soccer game. This is the only Christmas truce of the war, as Allied commanders subsequently forbid fraternization with orders to shoot any violators.

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France and Italy agree to participate. Russia then agrees, but Germany refuses. July 29, - Britain calls for international mediation to resolve the worsening crisis. Russia urges German restraint, but the Russians begin partial troop mobilization as a precaution. The Germans then warn Russia on its mobilization and begin to mobilize themselves.

July 30, - Austrian warships bombard Belgrade, capital of Serbia. July 31, - Reacting to the Austrian attack on Serbia, Russia begins full mobilization of its troops. Germany demands that it stop.

August 1, - Germany declares war on Russia. France and Belgium begin full mobilization. August 3, - Germany declares war on France, and invades neutral Belgium. Britain then sends an ultimatum, rejected by the Germans, to withdraw from Belgium. August 4, - Great Britain declares war on Germany. August 4, - The United States declares its neutrality. August , - The Siege of Liege occurs as Germans attack the Belgian fortress city but meet resistance from Belgian troops inside the Liege Forts.

The twelve forts surrounding the city are then bombarded into submission by German and Austrian howitzers using high explosive shells. Remaining Belgian troops then retreat northward toward Antwerp as the German westward advance continues. Twenty days later, the German governor there surrenders.

August 7, - The first British troops land in France. August , - The French desire to score a quick victory ignites the first major French-German action of the war. However, the French offensive is met by effective German counter-attacks using heavy artillery and machine-guns.

The French suffer heavy casualties including 27, soldiers killed in a single day, the worst one-day death toll in the history of the French Army. The French then fall back toward Paris amid , total casualties.

August 8, - Britain enacts the Defense of the Realm Act DORA granting unprecedented powers to the government to control the economy and daily life. Serbia is invaded by Austria-Hungary. August 17, - Russia invades Germany, attacking into East Prussia, forcing the outnumbered Germans there to fall back. August 20, - German troops occupy undefended Brussels, capital of Belgium. Following this, the main German armies continue westward and invade France according to their master strategy known as the Schlieffen Plan.

It calls for a giant counter-clockwise movement of German armies wheeling into France, swallowing up Paris, and then attacking the rear of the French armies concentrated in the Alsace-Lorraine area. Under the overall command of Helmuth von Moltke, Chief of the German General Staff, the Germans seek to achieve victory over France within six weeks and then focus on defeating Russia in the East before Russia's six-million-man army, the world's largest, can fully mobilize.

August 23, - Japan declares war on Germany. April - The British reach a strategic agreement with France which includes mutual military support in the event of war.

Petersburg killing hundreds in what comes to be known as Bloody Sunday. May - Russia suffers a military defeat at sea by newly industrialized Japan, thwarting Russia's territorial ambitions toward Manchuria and Korea. October - Continuing political unrest in Russia, including a general strike, results in the creation of a national legislative assembly Duma by the Czar.

February - H. Dreadnought is launched by Britain, marking the advent of a new class of big-gun battleships. The Germans follow suit and begin building similar battleships as an all-out arms race ensues between Germany and Britain. August - The British reach a strategic agreement with Russia. Neighboring Serbia, with the backing of Russia, voices its objection in support of the Serbian minority living in Bosnia. The United States remains the world leader, surpassing all of the European manufacturing nations combined.

A peace settlement is then drawn up by the major European powers that divides up the former Turkish areas in southern Europe among the Balkan League nations.

However, the peace is short-lived as Bulgaria, desiring a bigger share, attacks neighboring Greece and Serbia. Romania then attacks Bulgaria along with the Turks. This Second Balkan War results in Bulgaria losing territory and the Serbians becoming emboldened, leaving the Balkan region of southern Europe politically unstable.

A bomb is thrown at their auto but misses. Undaunted, they continue their visit only to be shot and killed a short time later by a lone assassin. Believing the assassin to be a Serbian nationalist, the Austrians target their anger toward Serbia.

July 23, - Austria-Hungary, with the backing of Germany, delivers an ultimatum to Serbia. The Serbs propose arbitration as a way to resolve dispute, but also begin mobilization of their troops.

July 25, - Austria-Hungary severs diplomatic ties with Serbia and begins to mobilize its troops. July 26, - Britain attempts to organize a political conference among the major European powers to resolve the dispute between Austria-Hungary and Serbia.

France and Italy agree to participate. Russia then agrees, but Germany refuses. July 29, - Britain calls for international mediation to resolve the worsening crisis. Russia urges German restraint, but the Russians begin partial troop mobilization as a precaution. The Germans then warn Russia on its mobilization and begin to mobilize themselves.

July 30, - Austrian warships bombard Belgrade, capital of Serbia. July 31, - Reacting to the Austrian attack on Serbia, Russia begins full mobilization of its troops. Germany demands that it stop. August 1, - Germany declares war on Russia. France and Belgium begin full mobilization. August 1, - Germany declares war on Russia. France and Belgium begin full mobilization. August 3, - Germany declares war on France, and invades neutral Belgium. Britain then sends an ultimatum, rejected by the Germans, to withdraw from Belgium.

August 4, - Great Britain declares war on Germany. August 4, - The United States declares its neutrality. August , - The Siege of Liege occurs as Germans attack the Belgian fortress city but meet resistance from Belgian troops inside the Liege Forts.

The twelve forts surrounding the city are then bombarded into submission by German and Austrian howitzers using high explosive shells. Remaining Belgian troops then retreat northward toward Antwerp as the German westward advance continues. Twenty days later, the German governor there surrenders. August 7, - The first British troops land in France. August , - The French desire to score a quick victory ignites the first major French-German action of the war.

However, the French offensive is met by effective German counter-attacks using heavy artillery and machine-guns. The French suffer heavy casualties including 27, soldiers killed in a single day, the worst one-day death toll in the history of the French Army. The French then fall back toward Paris amid , total casualties. August 8, - Britain enacts the Defense of the Realm Act DORA granting unprecedented powers to the government to control the economy and daily life.

Serbia is invaded by Austria-Hungary. August 17, - Russia invades Germany, attacking into East Prussia, forcing the outnumbered Germans there to fall back. August 20, - German troops occupy undefended Brussels, capital of Belgium. Following this, the main German armies continue westward and invade France according to their master strategy known as the Schlieffen Plan.

It calls for a giant counter-clockwise movement of German armies wheeling into France, swallowing up Paris, and then attacking the rear of the French armies concentrated in the Alsace-Lorraine area. Under the overall command of Helmuth von Moltke, Chief of the German General Staff, the Germans seek to achieve victory over France within six weeks and then focus on defeating Russia in the East before Russia's six-million-man army, the world's largest, can fully mobilize.

August 23, - Japan declares war on Germany. Aided by aerial reconnaissance and the interception of uncoded Russian radio messages, the Germans effectively reposition their troops to counter the initial Russian advance. Five days later, after surrounding the Russians, the battle ends with a German victory and the capture of , Russians.

Following this success, the Germans drive the Russians out of East Prussia with heavy casualties. The impressive victory elevates Hindenburg and Ludendorff to the status of heroes in Germany.

Three days later, Japanese forces land on the coast of China, preparing to attack the German naval base at Tsingtao Qingdao. Battle of the Marne September , - On the Western Front, Paris is saved as French and British troops disrupt the Schlieffen Plan by launching a major counter-offensive against the invading German armies to the east of Paris. Six hundred taxi cabs from the city help to move French troops to the Front.

Aided by French aerial reconnaissance which reveals a gap has developed in the center of the whole German advance, the French and British exploit this weakness and press their advantage.

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