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The Inevitability of World War I

Summary: Debates if the outbreak of the first world war was unavoidable. Considers if it was just a series of coincidences that resulted in World War I.
The First World War was something new to the world, sudden with unexpected results. Was it really an instantaneous action that resulted from few hurried decisions, or a perfectly prepared plan that failed to succeed? Which European power pulled the trigger on the war gun; or were they all holding the gun at the same time? Are actual people or countries to blame or was it the system that started off the war of uncertainty? All European powers believed they were the best and they wanted to prove it. Each one differed in background, policies and priorities, but all of them knew one thing for sure; peace would not resolve their problems. For some, a simple description of actions taking place before and in 1914 may be enough, but only a deeper view of actions provides sufficient information for this cause.

Many historians believe that...

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