Analyze The Causes Of World War 1

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In World War 1, the most important cause were alliances because the alliances felt threatened or feared that the other alliance were getting countries to join them. Alliances means countries could be able to work together with their allies to have a stronger group and come to their country to give a hand if the country was attacked. Before World War 1 started, there was two different alliances. One alliance was the Triple Alliance also called the central power. The Triple Alliance were Germany, Italy and Austria Hungary. The second alliance was the Triple Entente also called as the allies. The Triple Entente were France, Russia and Great Britain. In document 3, a cartoonist John T. McCutcheon from Chicago during august 5, 1914 drew a picture …show more content…
Each country has at least one country that were the opposite teams. Germany was the only country that was surrounded from the enemy from the east and the west. This document shows that the alliance was important because Germany had to focus on Russia and France. Because of that, Germany felt threatened by Russia and France. Germany invaded France from the beginning so that they wouldn´t worry about fighting France later in the war. Sense Russia and France was on the same team, Russia supported France while fighting against Germany. Without allies, France would have lost against Germany. People would say that Militarism was the most important because in document 5, Reynold, a cartoonist from London during march 9, 1913 drew a picture for people in London to know what Germany is up to in the world. In the Drawing, it show a german with a huge gun walking towards the path of war. An armoured train is going towards the path of war also. Even though Militarism was an important cause, the alliance was more important during World War 1. The war started when Serbia rebellion killed the Austria Hungary King’s heir. Austria Hungary felt threatened but don’t want to go to

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