Europe after the First World War

Europe after the First World War

The social, economic and political consequences of World War I in certain countries.




World War I, First World War, Woodrow Wilson, Benito Mussolini, fascism, nacionalizmus, Bolshevik, nacionalisták, communism, szélsőjobb, peace, Central Powers, Triple Entente, gazdasági válság, proletárforradalom, dictatorship, politics, military, USA, Russia, revolution, unemployment, war, fight, United States of America, starvation, poverty, emigration, warfare, England, victim, nationality, riot, Italy, prison, economy, trade, history, modern age

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Great-Britain, Spain, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Lux., Switzerland, Corsica, Sardinia, Italy, Denmark, Germany, Austro- Hungarian Monarchy, Russia, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey, Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points, January 1918, President Wilson's suggestion:, He suggested establishing new international borders according to the geographical location of different ethnic groups., Russia's proletarian revolution , October 1917, Sicily, Benito Mussolini in 1922
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