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    a significant event however; the writer would argue it was not the major cause of World War 1. The writer would suggest that the major powers had been ready to go to war long before the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand. This was the spark that ignited the war. The writer would argue the major causes of World War I were nationalism, militarism, leadership, imperialism, colonialism and alliances. Nationalism is extreme patriotic feelings and beliefs over one’s own nation that shows a feeling of superiority over other nations, nationalism in Europe goes as far back as 1789 with the French Revolution but was spread further from The Napoleonic Wars in the early nineteenth century. This is…

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    that would lead to World War I otherwise known as “The Great War”. The five events made an acronym known as MANIA: Militarism, Alliances, Nationalism, Imperialism, Assassination. Militarism was the creation of armies, was the biggest problem in Germany, and other countries followed to have the strongest military. Alliances were a problem, but the main problem about them was secret alliances. Nationalism was a pride in one’s country and people were willing to fight for their national pride.…

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    Who or what caused World War I has been greatly debated by many historians. However, one thing we can all agree upon is that one of the primary factors that triggered the Great War in July 1914, was the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, in Sarajevo on June 28, 1914. Ferdinand and his wife were assassinated by the Black Hand, a Serbian nationalist secret society, which served as an excuse for Austria Hungary to declare war on Serbia. Serbians…

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    World War I was also known as the First World War and was a global conflict centered in Europe. It involved nearly all the biggest powers of the world. There were several factors that led to this war that was fought from 1914 until 1918. Tension over foreign policy between the countries had been building and one thing continued to lead to another. During this time Austria-Hungary occupied Bosnia but Bosnia wanted to be its own independent country. So while the Prince of Austria-Hungary was…

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    July 28, 1914 was the start of World War I, the first global conflict which included many great powers such as Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Liberia, Russia, United States to name a few. The start of the world war began with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife; the group responsible for the assassinations was a Serbian nationalist secret society known as the Black Hand, that same day Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia the…

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    World war 1 is a war that started in 1914 and ended in 1918, it was a war fought in Europe by France, Great Britain, Russia, Germany, The United States, Italy and Austria-Hungary. It was a very violent war and one of the major wars of history. Many expected the war to be short but it lasted for four years and took the lives of millions of people. There are many different events and causes that led to World War 1, there was the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, the rise…

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    The beginning of World War 1 had several causes; Nationalism, Imperialism, Militarism and Alliances. Identify which two causes had the most significant impact and which had the least impact in your opinion. Use supporting evidence and examples to your opinion. Warning! Be careful not to write in first person and use words such as (I) A few of the causes of the first world war like imperialism and nationalism had the most significant impact in the beginning of World War 1, and others like…

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    Faryal khan Professor Graham US History 31 October 2017 Events that led to WW1 World War one , also known as great war started in 1914. Several countries like United States, Germany, Great Britain experienced devastation and an estimated number of 9 million lives were lost in this first man made calamity of 1900’s. United States first idea of staying out of war changed especially, when Germans attacked Lusitania and killed 120 Americans .This war helped United States economically and lead to an…

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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,…

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    What were causes world war 1? If you ask that question some people might tell you to remember the word “main” which stands for militarism,alliances,imperialism and nationalism, why do they say to remember main? Because World War One revolved around those four words and were some major causes of it. For a state to be powerful it had to have a powerful army that way it could protect its interests and policies. Strong armies and navies were needed so they could defend their home and to protect…

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