World War 1 Underlying Causes

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What were the underlying causes of World War 1? One of the ‘’MAIN’’ underlying causes of World War 1 was militarism, alliance, imperialism, and nationalism. The assassination of archduke Ferdinand of Austria Hungary which was on June 28th, 1914 was also a big cause or a big shock of news that happened around that time he was assassinated by a Bosnian while on a good will trip to Sarajevo. The new industrialism was going to mean new advances in science warfare which included rapid-firing rifles, improved explosives, motorized Gatling guns, and enormous artillery pieces, submarines and tanks also including airplanes, poison gas, and trench warfare strategies. A main underlying cause of World War 1 was the treaty of Versailles. The treaty of Versailles…show more content…
Germany lost a lot of land after many nations not to say war reparations as well. On July 28th with no further response from the Serbians leader, Austria Hungary declared war on Serbia in the the several days Between the war of Serbia and Austria well you can say it was pretty inevitable. On the other hand this was somewhat an option for Serbia because if it wanted to live in honor it could the only thing they had to do was only doing it by war. One more thing about that war it could only be determined by our obligation to our traditions and the world of culture. Russia also declared war on Austria-Hungary Germany declared war on Russia France declared war on Germany and Austria-Hungary Britain joined France and Russia while Europe was technically already at war! Europe after this and after many years later kept searing for answers to see what should be blamed? Who should be punished? What had cause this catastrophe? I have to say I liked the document that said,’’ would not the end of war be the end of humanity? War is life itself. Nothing exists in nature, is born, grows or multiples except by combat we must eat and be eaten so that the

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