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Indirect And Direct Causes Of World War I

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World War I could have been prevented in many ways. There are indirect and direct causes of the World War I. There are many ways to prevent having a war where Great Britain would stay out of the war, Schlieffen Plan could have resulted in Germany victory and peace could be negotiated. The indirect causes are militarism, alliances, nationalism, and imperialism. Militarism happens when each of the European empires likes their own military where some have really poor and weak military skills. Nationalism is when each of the European empires loves their own country with pride and not taking over other empires. One conflict is the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand gave a reason to attack Serbia and a long time enemy of the Balkans.
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