What Are The Four Key Causes Of World War 1

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ndreds and the early nineteen hundreds, the countries in Europe were bolstering their armies in anticipation for a war, but in doing this, they supported the four key triggers of World War 1. The first of these four problems was militarism. In each of the great powers of Europe, excluding Great Britain, an army was growing larger by the year as they glorified military might. Prussia was the most active in militarism as their army was one of the strongest and even helped secure the unification of Germany. But while the militarism increased the tensions in between the countries the tensions were strongly rooted in other problems as well. The second issue that lead to World War 1 was the alliances made to combat the growing power in the Great
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