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The Major Alliances of World War I - ThoughtCo — By 1914, Europe's six major powers were split into two alliances that would form the 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 — Sep 7, 2018 By 1914, Europe's six major powers were split into two alliances that would form the 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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Europe in 1914: First World War Alliances Explained | History Hit — Aug 3, 2018 Europe in 1914: First World War Alliances Explained. The European alliance systems are often seen as a major cause of World War One. On one side, you had the dual alliance between Germany and Austria-Hungary, and on the other you had the Triple Entente between France, Russia and Great Britain.

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Allies of World War I - Wikipedia — Principal Allied Powers: France · British Empire · Japan from August 1914. Italy from April 1915 The Triple Alliance was originally composed of Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy, which .. French Zouaves of the Army of Africa in WWI.