How Did Imperialism Contribute to World War 1?


Imperialism contributed greatly to world war 1. This is due to competition. Most countries were competing for markets in Africa. They wanted to benefit economically.
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Imperialism was the product of a multiple number of determinant factors. It was motivated by a need for control of raw materials, for political, cultural.More? report this answer.
Imperialism was one of the 4 generally accepted underlying causes of WWI - As nations competed for overseas empires they came into conflict with each other trying to gobble up the
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