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WWWI and its place in European history.
World War I did not mark a break between two eras because the historical reality is that in Europe, the period from the 1880 until 1945 could be considered one single era. While World War I definitely could be a delineating point in the era, the social and political forces that were at work before the war continue on after the armistice, and were in fact greatly responsible for World War II.
In the late 1880s Europe was being transformed from a predominately agrarian society to an industrial society. As with any societal change, there is disruption in the way that people think and act an…
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