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First cause of WW1
W need more resources and bigger empires.
Second cause of WW1
We need to raise our military forces and have a better influence on public policy.
Third cause of WW1
Let them go they would rather be a part of Serbia, the nationalism between countries.
Imperialism: The increasing competition and desire between the countries for greater empires that lead to an increase in confrontation that helped push the world into World War 1.
Militarism: As the world went into the 20th century Great Britain and Europe greatly increased the military buildup. In Germany and Russia the military establishment began to have a greater influence on public policy.
Nationalism: Much of the war was based on the desire of the Slavic people in Bosnia, and Herzegovina to no longer be a part of Austria and Hungary but instead a part of Serbia. The Nationalism between countries
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