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The Effects of World War I

Summary: A history of World War I, with a look at its root causes, effects, and how it traumatized those who participated in it.
World War I had claimed many lives and was a great tragedy; the reason the war had started was because most of the other European countries had great empires consisting of many other countries. However Belgium did not have anything to do with these great empires instead she opted out of any wars and any political fights, so she became a neutral country. Even though she had refused to fight, Belgium helped the wounded and anyone who sought medical aid. Whilst the rest of the European countries were making their empires stronger and larger over time, Germany, in 1889 realised that they didn't have such a huge empire as Britain and the other countries did. Germany's new monarch was overwhelmingly jealous, so Germany had quickly become a hard working, wealthy and orderly nation. Even though Wilhelm II had great plans for Germany there were not...

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