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Why did England join world war 1?

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because they wanted to

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England joined WW1 on August 4th 1914.


England joined because Germany attacked Belgium




There was no reluctance - cheering crowds and a rush of recruits everywhere. (You may be thinking of World War 2).


because maddie said flying monkeys invaded Engalnd


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The England Enemies were Germany in War 1.


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neither joined neither, because it wasn't just England who joined them, it was the whole of Britain. England is not a fully fledged country as it doesn't have it's own government. Get your facts right. And Britain joined France.


what threat encouraged the United States to join the allies in world war 1


you cant world war one is over


Turkey joined Germany in World War 1


well, they joined when britain was at war


England and Germany did fight in world war one and two



they didn't, they STARTED it



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Ottoman Empire joined World War 1 so as to join forces with the Germany. The other reason was the friction with the friction with Turkey.


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