Militarism In World War One
By: Haley, Dalton, Logan, and Laura
Information On Militarism In World War One: (Dalton Nelson)
Militarism- the belief or disire of a government or people that a country should maintain a strong military capability and be prepared to use it aggressively to defend or promote national interests.
Germany and Britain both had a growing military power and a growing military power. Militarism was strongest in Germany Germany added 170,000 full time soldiers in 1913-1914. The German government ordered 17 new vessels. Berlin ordered the construction of 29 u-boats. This rapid growth in Germany power started a press frenzy and some alarm in Britain. So, London constructed 24 new ships for the Royal Navy.
Our Resouces: (Logan Varnell)
The Army Size in August 1914
This graph shows how big the armies in different countries where.
This is a picture of the trench they hid in during World War One. They where stealthy and quite.
The amount of money the country spent on their militaries.