The First Moroccan Crisis

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1. what had germany prevented france from doing?

  • they prevented france from taking the whole of morocco.
  • they prevented a riot in fez which could have led to a war.
  • they prevented france from getting a foothold in morocco and even worse the entente cordiale was strengthned.
  • they prevented france from sending a dreadnought into morocco called the panther.
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2. Name a result of the first moroccan crisis

  • worsened world tensions and there was a suspicion that war was going to begin.
  • worsened international tensions between the alliance( triple alliance vs triple entente)
  • france were angry that britain threatened them.

3. why were britain concerned?

  • they were concerned abut germanys actions and started to prepare for war
  • they were concerned a

4. What did france feel and what did britain start doing more of?

  • france felt happy and britain wanted to start defeneding france more to make their alliance stronger so they had protection.
  • france felt more confident of britains suppport and britain started to take more interest in european matters even though they had no intention of making a alliance.
  • france felt that they were being circled and that they were going to be attacked so they started to prepare for war
  • france felt more confident of germanys support and britain started to build dreadnoughts.

5. why were britain concerned?

  • they were concerned that italy did not back germany up.
  • they were concerned abut germanys actions and started to prepare for war
  • they were concerned that france had sent the dreadnought as a threat and that they were trying to warn britain that they were most powerful.
  • they were concerned about germanys actions and started secret military taks with france.

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