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Militarism between the Great Powers in Europe and Asia put military leaders, namely generals and admirals, in primary leadership positions as government ministers. While mass-producing new weapons and drafting war plans, these leaders refused to seek diplomatic solutions in favor of military ones.
Nationalism led to arrogance among the citizens of various nations by promoting a sense that people of a particular country were superior to those of other nations and by giving people the impression that they could win any war thanks to their togetherness. Other factors that contributed to causing World War I include imperialism and militarism.
Imperialism contributed to World War I the amount of land that Britain and France owned led to a heightened rivalry with Germany, which sought to acquire colonies later on and only controlled small portions of Africa. Tensions rose during the fight for Africa in the late 1800s, when European powers France, Germany and Britain secured the remains of the continent.
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