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Nationalism and the Causes of World War I

Summary: Nationalism had a large impact on the nations of nineteenth-century Europe and consequently the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and the start of World War I. Events such as the 1878 Congress of Berlin, the Bosnian Crisis, and the Balkan Wars all were related to nationalistic tendencies, and Serbian nationalism also played a fundamental role in Ferdinand's assassination.
What were the causes of an event in relation to a particular historical movement you have studied? To what extent were the consequences inevitable"

The assassination of the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand by Serbian nationalists was an event which was caused by numerous factors all related to nationalism. These causes included the 1878 Congress of Berlin, the imperialistic exertion by the Austro-Hungarian, Ottoman and Serbian Empires in the 1908 Bosnian Crisis and the Balkan Wars of 1912 and 1913 as well as Serbian nationalism. The consequences of the assassination such as stronger alliances, feelings of anger and resentment and eventually World War I were inevitable as they were the result of long-term discrepancies by both allied sides.

Nationalism is a particular historical movement, which had a large impact on the nations of 19th Century Europe and consequently the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand. Nationalism is the desire by people with similar language, customs...

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