Was Germany responsible for the outbreak of WWI

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Antonio P

 

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July 27, 2015

 

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We must consider Germany's lust for European domination, their entangled web of alliances, there strong sense of militarism, imperialism and nationalism which lead to many short term crises when we conclude that Germany was mainly responsible for the outbreak of the Great War. The major cause of the First World War was militarism and it is clear that Germany played a major role in this...
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Germany was always in favor of settling their problems though war. This is evident from some forty-four years before the start of the Great War; where Prussia, the leading state in Germany fought against France. The French where quickly defeated by Germany, and had to accept the peace treaty which gave Germany Alsace-Lorraine, rich in coal and iron...
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