Propaganda's Influence On Ww1

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Nationalism lead to war due to how it changed the people 's perception of their own country, as well as how these countries want to have more control/power. Nationalistic propaganda was a major influence on the war, mostly due to how entire populations would base their opinions on what they read and/or saw. This propaganda would discuss how the country was powerful and deserved much more power, leading the people into thinking they could easily win a war, and how fighting a war was important for the growth of their country. Source 1.A describes having a strong sense of nationalism by explaining how the only nations that have become more powerful are those that "do not flinch from war". This directly links nationalism to war since countries that

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