WWI Had Many Underlying Causes.
World War One
World War One had many underlying causes. Underlying causes are the things that take awhile to start the war. There were also immediate causes that led to the war. The underlying causes were militarism, alliances, nationalism, imperialism, and anarchy. Militarism is the building up of armies or navies. Alliances are when you go to war and another country is on your side to help you win the war. The love you show for your country is called nationalism. When you want to expand your country, it is called imperialism. The last one is anarchy. Anarchy is the lack of control the…
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