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The Causes of World War I.
World War I was the result of chain-reacting events; originated from the Crises in the Balkans which led to the Collapse of Bismarckian Alliances. The creation of The Triple Entente and the Triple Alliance further escalated the tension contributing to the outbreak of the war. Increase in international tension, caused by the division of Europe into two armed camps, provoked fear of war and prompted military alliances and an arms race.
The system maintained the balance of power in Europe after the creation of German Empire was Three Emperors' League, established between Germany, Austria-Hung…
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