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  Alliance - LoveToKnow 1911
Thus the Triple Alliance of 1688 between Great Britain, Sweden and the Netherlands, and the Grand Alliance of 1689 between the emperor, Holland, England, Spain and Saxony, were both directed against the power of Louis XIV.
The Quadruple or Grand Alliance of 1814, defined in the treaty of Chaumont, between Great Britain, Austria, Russia and Prussia, had for its object the overthrow of Napoleon and his dynasty, and the confining of France within her traditional boundaries.
Thus the "Holy Alliance" of the 26th of September 1815 was an attempt, inspired by the religious idealism of the emperor Alexander I.
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 Triple Alliance - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Germany, impact of the Triple Alliance of 1882
Triple Entente, alliance developed to counterbalance the Triple Alliance of 1882
Triple Entente, name given to the diplomatic and military alliance that developed between Britain, France, and Russia in the late 19th and early...
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 Alliance System
Yet Italy's commitment to the Triple Alliance was doubtful because the arch-enemy of Italian unity had been Austria which still kept Italia Irredenta; on the other hand, France was the friend of Italian unity.
The Dual Alliance ended the isolation of France, created a rival alliance to the Triple Alliance, and, most serious of all, faced Germany with the threat of a two front war.
The Austro-German alliance of 1879 was so modified that it had become an aggressive alliance after the Bosnian crisis in 1909, the German government promised to give military aid to Austria-Hungary, if Austria invaded Serbia and Russia intervened on behalf of the latter.
www.thecorner.org /hist/wwi/alliance.htm   (3092 words)

 Triple Alliance and Triple Entente - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Meanwhile, the fall of Bismarck, after the accession of William II to the throne of the German Empire, was followed by the appearance of more adventurous foreign policies.
The Triple Alliance formally came to an end in 1914 when Italy issued a declaration of neutrality.
The war ushered in a new diplomatic period, with new diplomatic alignments, and both the Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente receded into history.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-tripa1le1nt.html   (1273 words)

 First World War.com - Primary Documents - Triple Alliance, 20 May 1882
Negotiated and signed in May 1881, the Triple Alliance brought Italy into the alliance previously agreed between Germany and Austria-Hungary (in 1879) as a counterweight to France and Russia.
One of the chief aims of the Triple Alliance was to prevent Italy from declaring war against Austria-Hungary, towards whom the Italians were in constant dispute over territorial matters.
Although regularly renewed up until the outbreak of war in 1915, the Triple Alliance was essentially ineffective with regard to Italy’s participation, for in 1902 (just five months after the latest renewal of the Alliance) Italy reached an understanding with France that each would remain neutral in the event of an attack upon the other.
www.firstworldwar.com /source/triplealliance.htm   (653 words)

The Triple Alliance (German: Dreibund, Italian: Triplice Alleanza) was the treaty by which Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy pledged (May 20, 1882) to support each other militarily in the event of an...
War of the Triple Alliance The bloodiness of the battle of Tuyutí embodied the rest of the War of the Triple Alliance, in which possibly as many as 1 million people died...
The Triple Alliance by Stephen Agar The S01 Stampede Thanks to the machinations of Bismarck, the secret Triple Alliance was formed between Germany, Austria and Italy in 1882...
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 Triple Alliance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Triple Alliance (1668) - England, the Dutch Republic and Sweden
Triple Alliance (1865) - Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina
Triple Alliance (1882) - Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy.
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 Triple Alliance (1882) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Triple Alliance (German: Dreibund, Italian: Triplice Alleanza) was the treaty by which Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy pledged (May 20, 1882) to support each other militarily in the event of an attack against any of them by two or more great powers.
Italy's partial adherence to the German-Austrian Dual Alliance was triggered partly from anger at France's May 1881 seizure of Tunisia, which many Italians had seen as a potential colony.
Italy's reasoning for not siding with the Central Powers was that the Triple Alliance was a defensive alliance, but Germany and Austria-Hungary had taken the offensive.
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 triple alliance information -- triple alliance   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This triple alliance conquered small cultures that had developed to the east and west until their influence spanned from the Pacific Ocean to the Gulf coast.
The Triple Alliance of 1668 consisted of England, Sweden, and the...
AllRefer.com - Triple Alliance and Triple Entente (Treaties And Alliances) -...
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 Triple Alliance — FactMonster.com
The Triple Alliance of 1668 was formed by the Netherlands, England, and Sweden against France after Louis XIV had invaded the Spanish Netherlands in the War of
The Triple Alliance of 1717 was a treaty signed by Great Britain, France, and the Netherlands.
War of the Triple Alliance - Triple Alliance, War of the, 1865–70, fought between Paraguay on one side and an alliance of...
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 Fourteen Points, Lusitania, Triple Alliance, Triple Entente, Woodrow Wilson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Triple Entente was the association of Britain, France and Russia in opposition to the Austro-German alliance.
The Triple Entente was derived from the Franco-Russian Alliance formalized in 1893 and the Anglo-French Entente Cordiale of 1904.
Because the alliance system was mostly designed to protect global interests, nations had little freedom of action in Europe itself and could easily be dragged by their allies into unwanted wars.
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 First World War.com - Primary Documents - Italian Declaration of Neutrality, 2 August 1914
The first, with Germany and Austria-Hungary - the Triple Alliance of 1882 - was publicly known and understood; the second, with France, was a secret alliance.
Her alliance with France ultimately led to Italy's entrance into the war, on 23 May 1915, on the side of the Entente Powers against Germany and Austria-Hungary.
As the character of the Triple Alliance is purely defensive; as our measures against Serbia may precipitate a European conflagration; and finally, as we had not previously consulted this government, Italy would not be bound to join us in the war.
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 The Triple Alliance, 1882   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This alliance of peace and friendship was an extension of the Austro-German Dual Alliance to include Italy.
Finally, this Alliance broke down completely when Italy refused to enter the war on the side of her alliance partners in 1914; the excuse (valid according to her obligations) being that no aggressive action against Austria had taken place when she declared war on Serbia.
In case a Great Power not signatory of the present Treaty should threaten the State security of one of the High Contracting Parties, and in case the threatened party should thereby be compelled to declare war against that Great Power, the two other contracting parties engage themselves to maintain benevolent neutrality towards their Ally.
web.jjay.cuny.edu /~jobrien/reference/ob59.html   (363 words)

 Alliances up to, and during WW1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This alliance was renewed in 1907, and in 1912.
This agreement was a counter-measure to the renewal of the Triple alliance.
Four major alliances were in operation with the outbreak of war.
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 Triple Alliance
The Triple Alliance was created when Italy joined Germany and the Astro- Hungarian empires.
In 1884 Russia agreed to renew the Three Emperors Alliance between Russia, Austria-Hungary and Germany.
Under its terms the members were required to maintain neutrality in the case of any war involving its members.
www.multied.com /WH1400-1900/Europe/Europe/TripleAlliance.html   (48 words)

 BBC - Schools Online World War One - H.Q. - Articles - Causes of the War
The Alliance agreement stated it was 'essentially defensive and conservative' with the aim of stopping anyone who 'might threaten' the three nations.
An alliance could turn out to be more effective in negotiating this land back, and stop Austria from taking any more land in a war.
If a small nation was threatened by one of the Triple Alliance, the Triple Entente would have to ignore the situation or face a major conflict with Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy combined.
www.bbc.co.uk /schools/worldwarone/hq/causes1_01.shtml   (374 words)

 Trenches on the Web - Timeline: 1879-1914 The Deadly Alliances
This was an actual defensive alliance on the part of Germany.
This strategic alliance was formed for the express purpose of stopping Italy from attacking Austria-Hungary in the event of war with Russia.
Similar in concept to the Serbian Alliance, this again was motivated by perceived Russian intentions in the Balkans.
www.worldwar1.com /tlalli.htm   (472 words)

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Italy joined the agreement in 1882, and it became known as the Triple Alliance.
The members of the Triple Alliance agreed to aid one another in the case of an attack by two or more countries.
The Triple Entente did not obligate its members to go to war as the Triple Alliance did.
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 Causes of World War I
Economic and imperial competition and fear of war prompted military alliances and an arms race, which further escalated the tension contributing to the outbreak of war.
At the settlement of the Congress of Vienna in 1815, the principle of nationalism was ignored in favor of preserving the peace.
The Kruger telegram William II sent to congratulate the leader of the Boers for defeating the British in 1896, his instructions to the German soldiers to behave like Huns in China during the Boxer Rebellion, and particularly the large- scale navy he was building all contributed to British distrust of Germany.
www.pvhs.chico.k12.ca.us /~bsilva/projects/great_war/causes.htm   (1241 words)

 Triple Entente   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This alliance was to encourage cooperation between the two countries against the perceived threat of Germany.
In another alliance the Russian Tsar gave a promise of protection to Serbia in case it was invaded by Austria.
The Triple Entente would be one of the major reasons for the beginning of the war in 1914.
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 Triple Alliance, 1882
Additional Declaration of Italy that the provisions of the Alliance could not be regarded as directed against England.
The Imperial and Royal Government declares that the provisions of the secret Treaty concluded May 20, 1882 between Austria-Hungary, Germany, and Italy, cannot, as has been previously agreed, in any case be regarded as being directed against England.
The Imperial Government declares that the provisions of the secret Treaty concluded May 20, 1882, between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy, cannot, as has been previously agreed, in any case be regarded as being directed against England.
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 4L - HistoryQuest - myFolder - European alliances pre-1914   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Under the terms of the "Triple Alliance", each country agrees to come to the aid of any of the others if attacked or in need of protection.
After signing the "Triple Alliance" in 1882, the German Kaiser, Wilhelm II, tries hard to create the impression that his country is extremely aggressive and ready for war.
France and Britain decide to form an alliance of their own to protect themselves from this possible threat, so agree to a "friendly understanding" or "entente cordiale" in 1904.
www.4learning.co.uk /historyquest/dossier/hq_dossier_game_45.html   (641 words)

 Triple Alliance (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Aztec Triple Alliance - Mexico, Acolhuacan and Tecpanecapan.
Triple Alliance (1668) - England, the United Provinces and Sweden
Triple Alliance (1788) - Great Britain, the United Provinces and Prussia
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 Background: EUROPEAN UNREST   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
However Italy was prevented from becoming completely integrated into the alliance due to the rivalry with Austria-Hungary in the Balkans and the Adriatic area.
For some years before 1914, the relations between Italy and its allies had been strained, and as a result Italy did not carry out its obligations under the Triple Alliance by entering the war on the side of Germany and Austria-Hungary.
Instead, after considerable secret negotiation in which the Triple Entente powers promised Italy substantial territorial gains, in 1915 Italy declared war upon its former allies, thereby openly dissolving the Triple Alliance.
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 Free Essays - Triple Alliance (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In the late eighteen hundreds a new alliance was being born in Europe.
He hoped that the triple alliance would make other countries like Russia or France hesitate to attack one of the members of the triple alliance.
After the Triple Alliance formed, the rest of the countries in Europe saw that they were at a disadvantage.
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On the one side, there is the idea of an inconsistency and irrelevance of the Romanian-Italian relations inside of the Triple Alliance, idea become a stereotype in the Romanian historiography.
The basis of the alliance were established at Gastein on September 7, 1883, during the appointment between Bismarck and Brătianu, while the adherence to the Triple Alliance took place by the secret treaty signed on October 30, 1883 between Romania and Austria-Hungary, to which Germany underwrote at the same day
That is why Romania was to be regarded as a simple Triple Alliance’s satellite, as an “important outpost against Russia” as the Count De Launay would name it in 1888.
www.geocities.com /serban_marin/dinu2000.html   (5119 words)

 The New US Triple Alliance: India, Israel and Turkey - 9/11 - Global Policy Forum
But in diplomatic circles, where attention is paid to such developments, the conviction is growing that the world is witnessing the emergence of a new Triple Alliance in Eurasia — mirroring the one formed by Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy in 1882.
They are a trio of regional superpowers, and their highly-regarded armed forces operate successfully in dangerous neighborhoods.
But the real "kicker" in the new Triple Alliance is that it potentially extends America's influence and reach because it includes India.
www.globalpolicy.org /wtc/analysis/2002/0117triple.htm   (742 words)

 The Triple Alliance by Stephen Agar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Thanks to the machinations of Bismarck, the secret Triple Alliance was formed between Germany, Austria and Italy in 1882.
In the end the failure of Italy to stand by this alliance, leading to her eventual declaration of war on Austria on 23rd May 1915, was a significant factor in the eventual victory of England and France in 1918.
Tyrolia is obviously a key space in this alliance, with few exceptions if any one of the three takes it, the other two should assume the worst.
www.diplomacy-archive.com /resources/strategy/articles/triple.htm   (1529 words)

 Italian military campaigns in WW1
The two countries continued alliance negotiations, which could have led to Britain becoming a member of the Triple Alliance of Germany, Austria-Hungary and
All of North Africa was now in European hands, and the European powers had completed the partition of Africa.
The Allies of the Triple Entente (Russia, France and Britain and their Empires) in defence of Serbia and Belgium.
www.naval-history.net /WW1CampaignsItaly.htm   (1858 words)

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