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What were the causes of World War One?
There were a number of varying causes, which led to the outbreak of World War I, which was the most devastating war prior to 1914. These included nationalism in the Balkans and among the great powers, the alliances between the great powers and competitions amongst Germany and Britain over the quantity of their armaments, and also there was economic tension between France, Germany and Britain. There was increasing unrest especially in Europe, as even the common people could sense they were on the brink of a major and crippling war. The assassination of Austrian Archduke, Franz Ferdinand…
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