History- Moroccan Crisis 1905-1906

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What were the causes of the Moroccan Crisis?
The Kaiser visited Morocco in 1905 and rode the streets on a white horse accompanied by a military band and Moroccan troops. He announced that Germany supported an independent Morocco open to the peaceful competition of all nations for trade and ...
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Causes...
called for an international conference. It was a dramatic gesture aimed at preventing France from occupying Morocco and testing the strength of the Entente Cordiale.
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How was the Moroccan Crisis resolved?
The conference was held in 1906 at Algeciras. Only Austria-Hungary and Morocco supported Germany. Britain and Russia supported France. France had to recognise the independence of Morocco but was given joint control with Spain of the Moroccan...
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Resolved...
police. Germany had failed to prevent France from getting a foothold in Morocco. Germany was refused and had no say.
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What were the effects of the Moroccan Crisis?
The Entente Cordiale was strengthened. Britain was concerned about Germany's action and began secret military talks with France. Britain had no intention of making a formal alliance with France, but France felt more confident of Britain's support...
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Effects...
Britain appeared to be talking more of an interest in European matters. Germany humiliated.
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