The End of Tsarist Russia
The March to World War I and RevolutionBook - 2015
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... key figures in Vienna had believe that Serbian nationalism was a threat to the monarchy, which only war could solve.
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand at Sarajevo came as a bolt from the blue.
..., that the German and Russian economies benefited hugely from each other and war between the two enemies was suicidal madness.
Woe be tide a great power deemed to be unwilling or unable to protect its vital interests by force.
International relations in the Age of Imperialism reflected the law of the jungle.
Russian policy in east Asia rested on the appearance rather than the reality of power in the region.
..., it is not surprising that hostility to Russia ran deep in Turkish hearts.
Had the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk survived, Germany would have won World War I.
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