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Maps: World War I

Alliances were a large part of World War One. The Triple Alliances consisted of Germany, Austria- Hungary and Italy. Another alliance group was the Triple Entente which consisted of Britain, France and Russia.

The Roman Empire at its Greatest Extent - A Political Map of Rome’s Provinces And Its Surrounding Areas .

Map of The Roman Empire During New Testament Times. The map shows the Roman Empire during its greatest extent during the time of the Emperor Trajan in 116 AD. He pushed to the Persian Gulf and even Susa wishing to exceed Alexander's empire.

map of europe after treaty of versailles  Map After Versailles when Austria-Hungary's Empire was split apart, Germany was shrunk and the Ottoman Empire was reduced to countries no longer and empire.

This map shows the nine resulting nations after the Treaty of Versailles ended World War Germany was forced to pay for tremendous damage and therefore lost its military. Austria-Hungary became two separate colonies.

German Kingdoms 1868 by whanzel

Map: German Kingdoms was a part of the Kingdom of Westphalia which existed only from 1807 to 1813 and had only one king, Jerome Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon.

During this time period, the British Empire held a substantial position in world power. Canada, New Zealand, and Australia remained and part of the British Empire and relied on the British economy. European culture prevailed in all three of these colonized areas.

British Empire

The British Empire (fl. was the largest empire in history, larger even than the Mongol empire. It ruled the seas, a fourth of the land and a fourth of mankind. It had more people than ev…

Map of Europe in 1900.  This is from a really cool site that shows how Europe looked every 100 years from 1AD to the present.

Map of Europe in 1900. This is from a really cool site that shows how Europe looked every 100 years from 1AD to the present.

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alyssafaden: “ Things were different back in the Middle Ages on so, so many levels. You didn’t get to vote your leaders in, they pretty much decided themselves. Well, that is if other country leaders.

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