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    Causes of World War 1

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    In approx. 350 words, describe three key events or policies that led to the outbreak of War in Europe in 1914. What nation would you say deserved primary responsibility for leading Europe into war in 1914?

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    As with any major military conflict, there was not one singular event that caused World War I, but rather multiple events that joined together to cause the fighting to begin in earnest. Perhaps the first primary event began with the creation of mutual defence alliances throughout Europe. Up until the early 1900s, most countries were basically on their own if they were attacked, as other nations would largely stay out of the conflict. During the 1900s, however, this changed as various alliances ...

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    The solution provides a description of three main causes of the First World War I in roughly 350 words.

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