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  • Ww1 Causes

    The Causes of World War I War can be a tragedy because many people die. The war lasted more than four years.Many thought when it started in the summer it would last until christmas. During world war 1 millions of soldiers and civilians died.There was tension between countries and there was tension between people living in the same country. One can trace the major causes of World War 1 to imperialism‚ alliances and militarism. Although‚ Imperialism was one of the most important causes of WW1. Because

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  • Causes of Ww1

    Causes of World War 1 In 1914‚ a conflict arose in Europe that started what is now called World War 1 (WW1). This war did not just spring up out of nowhere there many causes involved that started this vast conflict. The immediate cause of WW1 was the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand who was killed in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo (Mulligan). The main cause of WW1 is M.A.I.N which represents militarism‚ alliance systems‚ imperialism‚ and nationalism (Danzer 579). And a contributing factor

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    Before WW1‚ countries in Europe were going through industrial revolutions‚ many parts of Asia‚ South America and Africa had been colonised and world wealth was centred in Europe because of mass trading throughout the world. Many events‚ incidents and tension points led to the eruption of our very first world war. But the main trigger was the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand (heir to the throne of the Empire of Austria-Hungary) on the 28 June 1914. One of the many causes of WW1 was

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    The Causes of WW1 * WW1 is known as the great war * There were preexisting tensions between France and Germany * 1 of the main causes of WW1 Nationalism‚ Nationalism is defined as the desire of people with similar cultures to have their own independent countries it is identified by intense devotion to one’s culture or nation. Do not confuse nationalism with patriotism. * Militarism‚ Militarism means the development of armed forces and using them as a tool of diplomacy * 1914 protest

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  • The Causes If Ww1

    What were the causes of World War 1? In 1914‚ Europe was divided into two‚ the Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente. A catastrophic war broke out between these two European powers due to many factors which resulted in great amounts of tension. It proved to be one of the most brutal and horrific wars the world will ever fight‚ with an estimated thirteen million deaths. The four main reasons why WW1 broke out were The Alliance System‚ Imperialism‚ The Arms Race and the assassination of Franz Ferdinand

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    Causes of World War One Isaiah Puryear Mr. Noble 4th 3-25-13 World War One had many key players‚ countries and empires being Great Britain‚ France‚ German‚ Austria-Hungary and Russia. Some of the key battles of WW1 were the battle of Marne 1914-1918‚ battle of Ypres 1914‚1915 and 1917‚the battle of Somme 1916‚ battle of Cambria and the famous battle of Verdun 1916. The two sides of the war were the triple Alliance consisting of the central European empires being Germany‚ Austria-Hungary

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  • WW1: Causes

    Causes‚ Practices‚ and Effects of War Guide: World War 1 Type of War: • Total War: War that includes entire resources and population of a nation used to fight. The entire population is contributing towards the war using military‚ political‚ economic and cultural. Cause of War: • Short: Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia‚ Germany declares war on Russia‚ Germany declares war on France‚ Britain declares war on Germany‚ Austria-Hungary declares war on Russia. • Immediate: Assassination

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  • Cause of Ww1

    Two Major Military Alliances By Shannai Sloan The real cause of world war one was the existence of two major military alliances. An alliance is a union or association formed for mutual benefit‚ especially between countries or organisations. As all the major European countries were apart of one of the two alliances‚ any conflict between countries could cause an outbreak in war between them all. Firstly‚ with Europe being split in half with the two alliances it caused suspicion and fear between

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    Tensions pre 1914 and reasons for Outbreak of WW1: The causes of World War I‚ which began in central Europe in late July 1914‚ included intertwined factors‚ such as the conflicts and hostility of the four decades leading up to the war. Militarism‚ alliances‚ imperialism‚ and nationalism played major roles in the conflict as well. The immediate origins of the war‚ however‚ lay in the decisions taken by statesmen and dictators during the Crisis of 1914‚ casus belli for which was the assassination

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  • Causes of Ww1

    Causes of WW1 World War I‚ fought in the years 1914-1919‚ had several causes. One main event leading up to the war‚ was the assassination of Franz Ferdinand on June 28‚ 1914. While some major events led to the war‚ these events go much deeper. The four causes are: nationalism‚ imperialism‚ militarism‚ and alliances. All of these causes contributed to the start of the war equal-handedly. The first cause that led to the outbreak of war was nationalism. Nationalism defines as the belief

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