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The causes of WW1
Militarism caused an arms race, with large amounts of weapons, along with leaders willing to use them.
Alliances caused small conflicts between two nations, to escalate into a large conflict between 20.
Imperialism caused other nations to try and invade each other to gain land, money, and other resources.
Nationalism caused pride in each nations army, making them seem superior to everyone else.
The assassination of Franz Ferdinand was the spark that ignited the fuel of all of the other factors.
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