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World War I

Summary: On Sunday June 28, 1914 in Sarajevo, Princip, a member of the terrorist group called the Black Hand, shot Archduke Francis Ferdinand. It is said that this event was the immediate cause of World War I. However the cause of World War I cannot be credited to any single action of any one nation. The events that led to World War I were imperialism, militarism, and alliances.

World War I

On Sunday June 28, 1914 in Sarajevo, Princip, a member of the terrorist group called the Black Hand, shot Archduke Francis Ferdinand, It is said that this event was the immediate cause of World War I, however this war was caused by a number of other factors. Also the cause of World War I cannot be credited to any single action of any one nation. For example, as believed in the myth that Germany started the war. The events that led to World War I were imperialism, militarism, and alliances.

Imperialism is when one state dominates other states or territories. This was one of the reasons that led up to World War I. For example Germany and France avoided a two front war with each other over claims to Morocco on two occasions. Both of which they managed to settle each incident, however the compromises usually...

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