long term causes of world war 1

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  • LONG TERM CAUSES FOR WORLD WAR 1
    • militarism
      • building up military forces
      • britan and germany both  kept increasing their navies
    • rivalries
      • hatred between empires and countries
      • the brits  and germans both ahad strong  navies
    • the balkans
      • it was sandwiched between the  russian, austria-hungary and ottoman empire
      • it was a fight over land
    • alliences
      • where  two groups fight alongside each other
      • germany, austria-hungry and italy made an alliance.
      • great Britain, russia, france  made an alliance
    • nationalism
      • belief that your country is better than others
      • each country tried to prove that their country are the  most powerful
    • imperialism
      • the desire to conquer  other  countries
      • germany wanted to build an empire putting russia  at risk of attack
  • kauthar benriassa
  • wednesday 10th  september 2014

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