WWI causes

WWI causes

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  • Lucky for you, I know a few!
  • I wish I knew the M.A.I.N causes of WWI
  • Militarism is the desire to have a country that has a strong military and are prepared.
  • Over time, the military increased and so did great power. 
  • Alliances are groups of people formed for mutual benefits.
  • The alliances were made to wage war, protect each other, and cause chain reactions
  • Although alliances might have beena good idea, they caused problems. 
  • An example of imperialism is the british wanting to be the only race and take over AFrica.
  • imperialism is the pursuit of an empire, the acquistion of land, resources, and profits/labor.
  • There are two groups in nationalism: patriotism and nationalism.
  • Nationalism is the devotion to a nation and national consciousness.
  • One group is for the love of your people, the next is described as a disease. 
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