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This is a policy of glorifying military power and values. When Germany modernized its army and added to its navy, Britain felt it had to do the same. Other major powers followed their lead. Soon the nations of Europe were in a full-scale military buildup.
Nationalism is a strong feeling pride in and loyalty to a nation or ethnic group. It led some European powers to put national interests first , regardless of the consequences for other countries. For example Kaiser Wilhelm II wanted Germany to be a world leader. smaller ethnic groups expressed their nationalism by seeking independence from rule by foreign countries.
Britain and France had colonies in Africa and Asia that provided raw materials and markets for their products. Germany wanted its own colonies and share of this lucrative trade. the only way for Germany to get the territory it wanted was to take it from someone else .Competition for trade and colonies further strained relations.
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