International period 1882-1939

  • Triple alliance

    Triple alliance
    The Triple Alliance was the military alliance between Germany, Austria–Hungary, and Italy, Italy joined the dual alliance.
    The end was that after World War I the central powers were subjected to penalties while Italy was not punished despite having an old alliance with the other two powers.
  • Franco-Russian alliance

    Franco-Russian alliance
    The Franco-Russian Alliance was a military alliance between the French Third Republic and the Russian Empire against the Triple alliance.
    The Alliance ended the diplomatic isolation of France born elaborate diplomatic policy of the German Chancellor Bismarck. For the Russian Empire meant an ally against the Balkan pretensions of Austria-Hungary.
    France was the main ally of Russia until 1917.
  • Boxer Rebellion

    Boxer Rebellion
    It was a movement against the foreign commercial, political, religious and technological influence in China during the last years of the 19th century, from November 1899 to September 7, 1901.
    There was an alliance of eight nations(Japan, Russia, United Kingdom, France, United States, Germany, Italy, Austria-Hungary)
  • Boers War

    Boers War
    The Boers War were two armed conflicts in which fought the British Empire with the settlers of Dutch origin in South Africa, which had as a result the extinction of the two independent republics that had been founded by settlers of Dutch origin.
  • Russian and Japenesse War

    Russian and Japenesse War
    It was a conflict emerged by the rival imperialist ambitions of the Imperial Russia and Japan in Manchuria and Korea.
    The Russians were looking for a warm-water port in the Pacific Ocean for use of its Navy and maritime trade, the only port of Vladivostok could operate during the summer. Negotiations between Russia and Japan turned out to be useless, so Japan decided to go to war to maintain their exclusive dominance in Korea.
    It ended in 1905
  • Entente Cordiale

    Entente Cordiale
    The Entente Cordiale was an agreement(no agression and regulation of colonial expansion) between United Kingdom and the French Third Republic.
    The signing of the Entente Cordiale marked the end of centuries of intermittent conflicts between the two nations and the beginning of a peaceful coexistence.
  • Triple Entente

    Triple Entente
    Triple entente, formed by France, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Russian Empire.
    In 1907, there was'nt still partnership in the strict sense. The British, tried to kept free of obligations. However, the successive crises that were entailed the road to World War I were getting stronger the Entente
  • Revolution in China

    Revolution in China
    It was a rebellion against the last Chinese imperial dynasty, the manchu dynasty.
    The monarchy in China had existed for 4000 years before the revolution took place and stablished the republic with democratic ideals.
  • Balkan States

    Balkan States
    The Balkan League was an alliance formed by Serbia, Montenegro, Greece and Bulgaria in 1912 in order to destroy the Ottoman Empire in Europe.
  • World War I

    World War I
    The World War I, was the armed conflict which broke out in 1914, between the powers of the Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente. The cause can be that the ambition of the imperialist powers to control the best colonies of the planet. They wanted to posse the rich sources of raw materials and good markets to sell their goods.
    Britain declared war on Germany, and Germany declared war on France and Russia.
  • USA in the World War I

    USA in the World War I
    The USA joined the World War I because of the effects of German U-Boat activity, and a German attempt to encourage Mexico to attack the USA(a direct threat).
  • Wilson’s Fourteen Points

    Wilson’s Fourteen Points
    The fourteen points were a series of proposals made in 1918, when World War I finished, by the President of the United States Woodrow Wilson.
    They were a serie of proposals that would fade with the war in the world and would bring peace.
  • Versailles Treaty

    Versailles Treaty
    The Treaty of Versailles was a peace treaty signed at the end of the first world war which officially ended the State of war between Germany and the allied countries.
    The armistice was signed months before to put an end to the fighting on the battlefield, it took six months of negotiations at the Paris Peace Conference to conclude the peace treaty.
  • Treaty of St.Germain

    Treaty of St.Germain
    In Austria:
    Separated Austria from Hungary
    Stopped Austria joining with Germany
    Land taken away
    Made Austria disarm
    Created new countries
  • Treaty of Neully

    Treaty of Neully
    In Bulgaria:
    Lost some landLost access to the sea
    Made Bulgaria disarm
  • Treaty of Trianon

    Treaty of Trianon
    The Treaty of Trianon was the peace agreement signed at the end of World War I, between the Allies of World War I and Hungary.
    In Hungary:
    Land taken away
    Made Hungary disarm
    Created new countries.
  • Treaty of Sèvres

    Treaty of Sèvres
    It was the peace treaty between the Ottoman Empire and Allies at the end of World War I.
    In Turkey:
    Lost land, part of Turkey became new mandatesLost control of the Black Sea
  • Washington Conference

    Washington Conference
    The Washington Conference of 1921 was one of the many produced during the interwar period in order to try a disarmament of the powers, so that he should not return to produce another world war.
    There was'nt an agreement, but there was agreement on the tonnage of ships. To United States and United Kingdom was established that each state could have 525,000 tons of displacement
  • Repallo Treaty

    Repallo Treaty
    The Repallo Treaty was an agreement signed between Germany and Russia. They agreed to normalise their diplomatic relations and to cooperate in a spirit of mutual goodwill in meeting the economic needs.
  • Dawes Plan

    Dawes Plan
    The Dawes Plan was an attempt to solve the reparations problem, which had bedeviled international politics following World War I. USA plan to lend money to Germany and extend payments
  • Kellogg-Briand Pact

    Kellogg-Briand Pact
    The Kellogg–Briand Pactwas a international agreement in which 65 states promised not to use war to resolve disputes or conflicts.
    This Pact is considered the precedent of article 2.4 of the Charter of the United Nations, which enshrines the prohibition of the use of force in General.
    It served to substantiate the charge of crime against peace during the Nuremberg trials.
  • Young Plan

    Young Plan
    The Young Plan was a programme established between 1929 and 1930, to resolve the issue of war reparations imposed on Germany by the end of the World War I, by the Treaty of Versailles of 1919.
    When people knew that Germany could never meet such commitments for an indefinite period, the countries that won war decided to look for other alternatives.
  • Spanish Republic

    Spanish Republic
    Spain has been declared a Republic and has fallen once again into political instability. Since King Alfonso was overthrown.
  • League of Nations

    League of Nations
    The league of nations had aims:
    Stopping aggressionDisarmamentEncouraging cooperationImproving living and working conditionsAll the members followed a Covenant of 26 rules: The League could warn countries in disputes, apply economic sanctions, then send troops in, and improve social conditions on health, slavery and refugees
  • Spanish Civil War

    Spanish Civil War
    The Spanish Civil War was a social, political and military conflict.
    It broke out in Spain following the partial failure of the putsch of 17 and 18 July 1936 carried out by a part of the army against the Government of the second Spanish Republic, and which would be terminated in 1939, with the victory of Francisco Franco, declaring his victory and established a dictatorship that would last until his death in 1975.
  • World War II

    World War II
    The World War II in Europe can be considered a continuation of the World War I because it left many disputes unresolved. Nazism wasn't limited only to recover the territories lost by the German Empire in 1918, but that it also planned to annex territories in the East(invasion of Poland).
    The Fascist Italy joined the German at the start of the war because they considered it as an opportunity of forming its own colonial empire.