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Germany (Early World War I)
Contents What is Mandala? Map of Germany (Mandala Doctrine applied) Causes of World War I Alliances Arguments Supporting Mandala .
sun and moon as well as conceptual circles of friends. family and community .Mandala Doctrine Mandala etymologically means ³circle´ in Sanskrit It appears in all aspects of life: the celestial circles we call earth.
State Natural Enemy Natural Friend Proximate Enemy Remote Enemy Proximate Friend Remote Friend .
or for the greatest industrial development Balkans ± Pan-Slavism movement against Turkey .Causes of World War I Fighting of Austria-Hungary and Serbia Germany¶s Imperialism ± competed against France and Great Britain for territories in Africa Extreme nationalism led European nations to compete for the largest army and navy.
Alliances A system of military alliances gave European powers a sense of security before World War 1 They formed these alliances with each other for protection and guarantee that other members of the alliance would come to the country's aid if attacked Alliances could force a country to go to war against a nation it had no quarrel with Secrecy also increased the chances that a county might guess wrong about the consequences of its actions. .
Germany and Russia Dual Alliance ± Germany and AustriaHungary Triple Entente ± France.Alliances Triple Alliance ± Germany. Britain and Russia . Italy and AustriaHungary all agreed to go against Russia Three Emperors League by Bismarck in 1881 ± Austria-Hungary.
Alliances Germany Austria Italy Turkey Greece Montenegro Romania Albania England France Russia ± Serbia Japan Neutral: Belgium and Portugal .
Poland and Germany) ± Competition among various European countries for colonies ± The larger country wants to colonize the smaller country beside them . borders are not clearly drawn (E.g.3 Arguments Supporting Mandala Territorial Dispute ± Since they are beside each other.
they compete for common resources .3 Arguments Supporting Mandala Economic Resources ± They share common and uncommon raw material sources ± More powerful countries benefit the natural resources of less powerful countries ± Since borders are not clear.
3 Arguments Supporting Mandala Nationalism ± Rise of Nationalism in Europe ± Assassination of Austrian crown prince by a Servian nationalist ± Military build-up pursued by parties of both alliances ± Competing navy and military power ± Too much belief in your own country ± Concern only for one¶s own country .
Co .Reported by Group 2 Leader: Anafe Abad Secretary: Giselle Batalia Members: ± ± ± ± ± ± Michelle Rio Destiny Reyes David Mordeno Belo Lumadilla Prinz Bautista Bethany Cledera 3-PHL PHL 210 Dr.