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What was the name of Germany's policy to increase military strength and expand empire?
Who had the biggest army?
France had a plan to recapture Alsace and Lorraine from Germany, what was it called?
What year was the Entente Cordiale?
Who led Austria-Hungary?
What year was the Franco-Russian alliance?
Which one would become communist after the war?
How many nationalities made up Austria-Hungary?
When did France lose Alsace and Lorraine to Germany?
What year was the triple entente?
What did Britain set up in case of war?
Russia was poor with no land overseas, where did it want land and what for?
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Between 1900 and 1914, what did Germany try to do to its navy?
How many were in Britain's new Expeditionary force?
Who led Germany?
When did Russia start to build up its army, fearing war?
What year was the dual alliance (Germany and Austria-Hungary)?
Who had the most powerful Navy in 1900?
Who led Russia?
What year was the triple alliance formed?
Britain wanted to have a navy at least as big as the next two biggest navies put together; what was the name of this policy?
In what year did Britain build the first Dreadnought (battleship)?
What was the name of Germany's plan to defeat France and then Russia and when did they come up with it?

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