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The Major Alliances of World War I - ThoughtCo — By 1914, the six major powers of Europe were split into two alliances that would form the two warring sides in World War I. Britain, France, and Russia formed the Triple Entente, while Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy joined in the Triple Alliance.

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The Major Alliances of World War I - ThoughtCo — Mar 11, 2018 By 1914, the six major powers of Europe were split into two alliances that would form the two warring sides in World War I. Britain, France, and Russia formed the Triple Entente, while Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy joined in the Triple Alliance.

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Alliances - Alpha HistoryAlliances are possibly the best known cause of World War I. An alliance is a formal political, military or economic agreement between two or more nations. During the 19th and early 20th centuries European nations formed, annulled and restructured alliances on a regular basis.

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Allies of World War I - Wikipedia — Principal Allied Powers: France · British Empire · Russia to October 1917. Japan from August Originally part of the 1882 Triple Alliance with Germany and Austria-Hungary, Italy remained .. French Zouaves of the Army of Africa in WWI.

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BBC - Schools Online World War One - HQ - Articles - Causes of — Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy formed the Triple Alliance. In 1882, they signed a document that promised they would give each other military support in case of a war. The Alliance agreement stated it was 'essentially defensive and conservative' with the aim of stopping anyone who 'might threaten' the three nations.