- Alliances (WW2)
- Arms Race
- Alsace Lorraine
- Kaiser Wilhelm II
Nations, Alliances, and Militaries.
The four main long term causes of ww1 were militarism, the alliance system, imperialism ,and nationalism. The main short term cause is the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand (heir to the Austria- hungary throne). He was shot by Gavrilo Pricip after the attempted bombing failed.
Long term causes of World War 1 included:the arms racethe alliance system
The major short term causes of ww1 are: 1) the Assassination of Archduke Ferdinard on June 1914. 2) Germany declaring war on France and Russia. 3) most of the countries are autocracies. 4) Alsace Lorraine. 5) Imperialism. 6) Kaiser Wilhelm the second.( German )
they were not in world war one
The immediate cause of World War 1 was the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand of Austria. It led to the invasion of Serbia and subsequent declaration of war by Russia.
it was becasue of the assassin of archduke franz Ferdinand and his wife
The 'spark' that caused WW1 would be the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the Crown Prince of Austria-Hungary. There are long term causes that date back to the late 1800s.
Germany was ticked off because France had beaten them in the last war they'd had. It was a little "getting even" thing, even though it did not work.
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1. The alliances between the european countries, all the way from late 1800s to early 1900s 2. Militarism 3. Imperialism and Socialism Darwinism 4. Nationalism
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Long term causes are those that happened quite a long time before the main event you are focusing on actually happened whereas short term causes are those which happened only a relatively short time before it.Events such as the First World War were the result of various causes working together - not just one particular incident. So you can say that the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand was the immediate cause of the war, but that causes such as the build up of rivalry between Germany and France was a long term cause because it dates back to France's defeat by the Germans in 1871. A short term cause would be something such as the Balkan Wars of 1912/13 - together with the other events of the 10 years before war broke out..Does that help?You might find it helpful to look at Mr Clare's excellent page on the Causes of World War Onehttp://www.johndclare.net//causes_WWI2.htmand this link from that page:http://www.johndclare.net//causes_WWI2_IDG...g-term_egs.html .... click on the 'Show Hints' button on that page.This essay writing frame should help you too:http://www.johndclare.net//causes_WWI2_essay.shtmlNote that the FINAL paragraph there about the events in the last 10 years before war broke out are basically the 'short term causes' kk now bye!
Yes, WW1 would have occurred even if the Austo-Hungarian Archduke was not killed. The assassination was just a short term cause to the WW1's beginning but if you look at the long term causes, Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism and Nationalism then you would understand that WW1 would have started anyways. The European nations were searching for an excuse to start war and what made it even bigger and more terrible was the alliance system. The alliance system was created to avoid war but in truth it lead to it. One way or an another world war one was going to happen anyways.
a problem with ww1 was that most European countries were bound by ally agreements. When only 2 countries officially declared war on each other their allies were forced to join the war.
the causes of ww1 are that the German people were mad at the American people.
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WW1 is short for Wold War 1. It was the first war that truly impacted all the countries of the world.
The invasion of Belgium by Germany was one of the causes of World War 1.