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This caused Great Britain to declare war against the German Empire, as the action violated the Treaty of London that both nations signed in 1839 guaranteeing Belgian neutrality and defense of the kingdom if a nation reneged. Subsequently several states declared war on Germany, in late August 1914; Italy declaring war on Austria-Hungary in 1915 and Germany on August 27, 1916; the United States declaring war on Germany on April 6, 1917 and Greece declaring war on Germany in July 1917.

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>This caused Great Britain to declare war against the German Empire, as the action violated the Treaty of London that both nations signed in 1839 guaranteeing Belgian neutrality and defense of the kingdom if a nation reneged. ⇒この行動は、(イギリス・ドイツの)両国が、一方の国家が放棄しても、ベルギーの中立と王国の防衛を保証するとして1839年に署名した「ロンドン条約」を犯したので、イギリスがドイツ帝国に宣戦布告する原因になった。 >Subsequently several states declared war on Germany, in late August 1914; Italy declaring war on Austria-Hungary in 1915 and Germany on August 27, 1916; the United States declaring war on Germany on April 6, 1917 and Greece declaring war on Germany in July 1917. ⇒それに続いて、1914年8月下旬、いくつかの国家がドイツに対して宣戦布告した。イタリアは1915年にオーストリア‐ハンガリーに対して、1916年8月27日にドイツに対して宣戦布告した。アメリカ合衆国は1917年4月6日にドイツに対して宣戦布告し、ギリシャは1917年7月にドイツに対して宣戦布告した。

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