Causes of World War 1 Essay

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    many ways that showed how World War 1 started, but there are three main reasons. The causes that started World War 1 was by the assassination of Archduke and his wife, the development of alliances, and imperialism. Britain, France, Russia, Italy, and the United States fought against Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria. In World War 1 the countries spent millions of dollars on the war for food, clothes, weapons, and safety. A reason that caused world war 1 was the…

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    War has always been a part of human life and the expanding of every country in the world. It was either war between two countries or war within the country. Many fought to earn independence, some fought to develop its power and some just fought because they were allies to the country at war. No matter what the reason was, war has left a huge effect to how things are today. WW1 and WW2 were two wars that defined the United States, but when comparing the weapons, the survivor rate, and the weather…

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    World War 1 was caused by a deep seated mistrust of countries throughout the world. This war was very unavoidable as the issues that were solved by the war were not solvable by simple compromise. Two of the main causes of war was Nationalism and Imperialism. Although nationalism can be a unifying force in a country it can also be the cause intense competition among nations. Nationalism is one of the main causes of World War 1. Nationalism is defined as a sentiment based on common cultural…

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    trying to imperialist Europe; and the Germans should declare a war to stop them, because the British octopus’s tentacles are stretched over Europe towards North America and other continents. This primary source helps explain imperialization was an underlying cause of the war because Britsh will try to expand its nation/country. Germany is making people “brainwash” so they can fight with the Britain. Colonial Possession Map / The First World War shows that Colin Wicolson thought imperializing…

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    Why Was Ww1 Inevitable

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    rivalries led to the "Great War" between the Central Powers (Austria-Hungary, Germany, Bulgaria, and Turkey) and the Allies (U.S., Britain, France, Russia, Belgium, Serbia, Greece, Romania, Montenegro, Portugal, Italy, and Japan). About 10 million combatants killed, 20 million wounded. Austrian Archduke Francis Ferdinand and wife assassinated in Sarajevo by Serbian nationalist, Gavrilo Princip (June 28). Austria declares war on Serbia (July 28). Germany declares war on Russia (Aug. 1), on…

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    World War 1 Dbq Analysis

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    the world go through extreme intensity to overcome unknown problems but there were a few main problems in the war. The war was caused by imperialism, militarism, alliances. Alliances caused more nations to fight in the war. Militarism motivated other nations to fight with each other. Imperialism sowed dissent and caused competition between nations. Militarism set other nations on edge as they moved their troops. These three things are what caused World War 1. Imperialism was the main cause of…

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    Militarism In Ww1

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    Over 30 Nations declared war in 1914 and 1918 which the of them were to the side of allies including Serbia, Russia, France, Britain, Italy and the United States. Who opposed to Germany, Austria-Hungary,Bulgaria and the Ottoman empire. In 1914 Europe went to war with itself, a war that everyone expected to be short but that it turned out to last 4 of the longest and most miserables years of Europe, according to the information millions of combatants and civilians died, in a lot of cases entire…

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    After 1918 passed, ideas of war had settled down as we partied during the 1920’s. Or so we thought. The United States had finished the war with the Treaty of Versailles which made Germany pay for the reparations. The treaty was what ended the Great War but essentially was a huge economical cause of World War 2. Although the Treaty of Versailles was a huge cause, it wasn’t the only cause of World War 2. Fascism soon rose at the end of World War 1 when foreign leaders wanted power. This political…

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    countries involved in World War 1, they wanted to prove to other countries that they are the strongest and that they would never be defeated. Even though they expand their army and navy and try to develop and make better weapons, countries were still not convinced. The problem between the countries is that they would never agree on another country that hse is the most powerful country since countries in World War 1 were stubborn. To proof that they are the best country in military, war…

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    in history such as World War 1, World War 2, and The Berlin Conference. The feeling of being loyal to your own country was evident in World War 1. The reason that led to this war was the fact that strong minded people that refused to let others influence their way of living and their structure of their country. Desperation to show their ideas to the world led to the World War 2, when Germany invades Poland in September…

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