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The Outbreak of the First World War

Summary: Factors such as aggressive nationalism, imperialism, and an arms race contributed to strong feelings of tension, fear, and distrust among the powers of Europe. Because of this development, World War I could not have been avoided.
The Outbreak of World War One

All the great powers of Europe are responsible for the inevitable outbreak of World War 1. The powers committed aggressive nationalistic and imperialistic acts as well as participating in the arms race. These acts caused tension, fear, and distrust among the countries of Europe. In the early 20th century there was increasing competition between the powers, and with every action taken by a nation an unpleasant opinion would arise from a rival power. Due to the strong feelings of tension, fear, and distrust among the powers of Europe, the Great War could not have been avoided.

One of the major causes of World War 1 was aggressive nationalism. Before the war, the powers of Europe felt they needed to prove that they were a strong country, superior to others in Europe. For this reason many nationalistic acts arose in...

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