The reason for Austria's entry into war was that they were on Germanys side, their army's way of looking at war was the same they thought " because they were so close to war that the should not make an effort to avoid it" it was clear that both Germany and autria were looking for total domination over surrounding countries that would impact them economically and financially. Their idea was to take over sea ports that would put them ahead in long run though their decision to attempt to take over made them a hole to deep to dig out of since the whole other side of the world was against them with their politically incorrect views and monstrous army.
Two of the long-term causes of World War 1 was the long time it takes to build a military that is capable of waging a major war. Another long-term reason is the time it takes to develop alliances between nations. Other long-term reasons for World War 1 include nationalism. It takes a long time to create love for the country.
One of the short term reasons was the naval race between Britain and Germany.
because they have to do it
It depens on the reasons for why you are joining .long term or short term?
they were not in world war one
the long TERM effect was the CoLd WaR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
because they want to set there long term goals
The rise of militarism and nationalism throughout the world was one of the long-term causes of the First World War. The assassination of Franz Ferdinand, the Archduke of Austria-Este, was a short-term cause.
alliances is the most important long term reason
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Long term causes of World War 1 included:the arms racethe alliance system
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To take over the world.
There different long term effects that Islamic Fundamentalism had in most parts of the world. This included governments, education and world view among others.
One of the most important reasons was that England was Protestant and Spain was Catholic
Italy is keen to be on the winning side in WW1. Therefore they took time to see which way the wind blew ! In 1915 they joined the Allies.
The long term effects were foreign policy and military build-up. The short term effects were racism towards Japanese and war jobs.
McDonald's long term goal is to make the world fat so their to slow to run away from the workers knife
The long term reasons for Russia's entry into WWI were to save face on the international arena by participating in the war and winning; unite the country with a very patriotic war fought for the ideal of pan-slavinism (help me out if that's not the correct term); perhaps territorial gain at the expense of her neighbors, Austria Hungary, Germany, and the Ottoman Empire; and financial assistance in return for military involvement from her Western allies. If anybody knows any other reasons--of which I'm sure there are more--feel free to add or edit this answer.
Death. And World War II.
world war 2
its dangerous for obvious and various reasons, one of them being that the electrical currents affect the brain in a long term way
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