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Causes of the Great War - Texas Law

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Causes of the Great War
World War I
1914-1918
NAME
• Nationalism
• Alliances
• Militarism
• Expansionism
Nationalism
• Defined as the desire for
a strong national identity
of dominance and
prestige; intense feeling
of pride of one’s
homeland with support for
warlike measures
• Belief that people who
are of one nationality
should have their own
country (SelfDetermination)
• Began with French
Revolution and Napoleon
Alliances
• Groups of nations that agreed
to come to come to each
other’s aid if necessary
– Triple Alliance (Germany,
Italy, and Austria-Hungary)
– Triple Entente (Great Britain,
France, and Russia)
• Domino Effect if war comes
– Austria-Hungary declared war
on Serbia after the
assassination of the heir to the
Austrian throne by a Serbian.
– Serbia requested aid from
Russia (a secret ally).
– Russia declared war on
Austria-Hungary and the
dominos fell.
Militarism
• Build up of military
strength (army and
navy) in show of
strength
• Fueled by
industrialization and
modernization of
warfare
Expansionism
• Competition to expand
especially in Africa,
Middle East and Asia to
acquire colonial
possessions
• Colonies needed for raw
materials for
industrialization
• Colonies needed for
military bases for
protection of world trade
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