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Later that day, France, an ally of Russia, declared a state of general mobilization, In August 1914, Germany waged war on Russia, the German government justified military action against Russia as necessary because of Russian aggression as demonstrated by the mobilization of the Russian army that had resulted in Germany mobilizing in response.After Germany declared war on Russia, France with its alliance with Russia prepared a general mobilization in expectation of war. On 3 August 1914, Germany responded to this action by declaring war on France.

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>Later that day, France, an ally of Russia, declared a state of general mobilization, In August 1914, Germany waged war on Russia, the German government justified military action against Russia as necessary because of Russian aggression as demonstrated by the mobilization of the Russian army that had resulted in Germany mobilizing in response. ⇒後日、ロシアの同盟国フランスは総動員の(姿勢)状態を宣言し、1914年8月にはドイツがロシアとの戦いを遂行、ドイツ政府は、ロシア方面軍の動員として示されたロシアの攻撃性に反応してドイツの動員が結果したとして、ロシアに対する軍事行動を正当化した。 >After Germany declared war on Russia, France with its alliance with Russia prepared a general mobilization in expectation of war. On 3 August 1914, Germany responded to this action by declaring war on France. ⇒ドイツがロシアに宣戦布告したあと、ロシアとの同盟関係にあるフランスは、戦争を予期して総動員の準備に取りかかった。1914年8月3日に、ドイツはこの行動に反応してフランスに宣戦布告した。

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