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Which of the five great powers of Europe was the strongest in 1914?
In Europe in 1914, there were five great powers. They were Britain, Germany, Russia, Austria-Hungary and France. Some were stronger in times of conflict than others, and many historians feel differently about the powers. This essay will use data to prove conclusively, an opinion held by many historians of which were the strongest and which were the weakest.
Russia and Austria-Hungary were the two weakest powers in Europe in 1914. Austria-Hungary had a small army and a tiny navy of only 67 ships. This left them unprotected and vulnerable in wartime. Having a fairly low popula…
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