How Did Nationalism Affect World War 1?


Nationalism was a powerful force in ww1. It weakened the Ottoman Empire but strengthened Germany and France. However, it left land in the Balkans to be disputed over. The war actually began because of nationalism when a Yugoslavian talked about going against Serbia and trying to free their own nation by staying loyal to it. A group of people called the Black Hand assassinated the archduke of Serbia, Archduke Ferdinand, and this led to World War I.
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