What Were the Long Term Causes of World War 1?

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There are four underlying long term causes of the First World War which were; first, Nationalism which is a belief that your country is better than others. The second thing was imperialism, which is the desire to conquer colonies, especially in Africa. The third is Militarism, which was an attempt to build up a strong army and navy and lastly the Alliances, which was formed by Germany, Austria, Hungary and Italy.
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The short term causes of world war one were the invasion of Belgium and the French colonies. I hope that has helped you answer your question if it has not im very sorry!
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A short term cause was when the Archduke Franz Ferdinand was
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A structure of secret alliances became prevalent in Europe which was very political in nature. This was ever since the end of the Franco-Prussian war (1870-71) Since then the European
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An inequitable end to World War I. Tensions were left simmering between the combatant nations. Germany was especially humiliated, forced to concede land and make reparations.
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