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 The Growing Crisis, 1900-14  [BiG FaT BABA]

The period 1900-1914 was a time of increasing tension between the great powers, which exacerbated the long-term 'pressures-towards-war', moving towards the final crisis at Sarajevo which sparked the First World War.

  

First Moroccan Crisis, 1906

Using textbooks, the notes from the e-booklet and the revision diary summary, make notes on the First Moroccan Crisis, and how it helped bring war.  

In addition, you could expand your notes using these web-links:

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Easier articles include: bbc bitesize and History on the Net.

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Whilst difficult articles are: wikipedia, Trenches on the Web and Moroccan Crises 1903-14.

  

  

Bosnian Crisis, 1908

Using textbooks, the notes from the e-booklet and the revision diary summary, make notes on the Bosnian Crisis, and how it helped bring war.  

In addition, you could expand your notes using these web-links:

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Easier articles include: bbc bitesize and History on the Net.

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Whilst difficult articles are: wikipedia, Mount Holyoke College, Trenches on the Web.

  

  

Agadir Crisis, 1911

Using textbooks, the notes from the e-booklet and the revision diary summary, make notes on the Agadir Crisis, and how it helped bring war.  

In addition, you could expand your notes using these web-links:

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Easier articles include: bbc bitesize and History on the Net.

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Whilst difficult articles are: wikipedia, Mount Holyoke College and Moroccan Crises 1903-14.

  

  

Assassination at Sarajevo, 1914

Using textbooks, the notes from the e-booklet and the revision diary summary, make notes on the events of the assassination at Sarajevo.  

In addition, you could expand your notes using these web-links:

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Easier articles include: bbc bitesize and www.johndclare.net.

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Whilst difficult articles are: wikipedia, and the WWI Document Archive.

  

  

  

  

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First Moroccan Crisis - hints
   What happened - what are the key facts?

   HOW did it worsen international relations?

 

Bosnian Crisis - hints

   What happened - what are the key facts?

   HOW did it worsen international relations?

Agadir Crisis - hints

   What happened - what are the key facts?

   HOW did it worsen international relations?

 

Assassination at Sarajevo - hints

   What happened - what are the key facts?

   Just say: 'It led to the First World War' - you will make a more detailed study of this later.