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Three events in Europe which led to war in 1914.
There were many events leading up to world war, each doing its own significant part in causing the outbreak. Although they all had input in causing the war, it is obvious that certain events were historically more important than others. In the following, I shall identify those which I think are the most important and compare all of them to conclude which had the most influence leading to the war.
Alliances and agreements between countries can largely be blamed for the war, as they were incredibly significant. In 1882, during the rule of Otto von Bismarck, Germany signed a triple alliance…
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