The Second Moroccocan Crisis

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The Crisis of Morocco 1911.

The second Moroccan crisis was sparked by a series of misunderstandings and countries wanting to get revenge on each other and jumping to conclusions.  In 1911 the ruling Sultan faced a rebellion and decided to call on France for help, France sent an army to Morocco and the rebellion soon went away. However Germany’s reaction to this was to send a gunboat the Panther to the port of Agadir this was to protect the German people’s interests in Morocco. The Germans saw nothing wrong with this action s France had sent an army to look after their interests, but to other countries, especially Britain it was viewed as war like stance as well as Germanys decision to try to get a better navy then Britain and entering the naval race to build more Dreadnoughts than Britain. The British thought that Germany


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