Causes of First World War 1871-1914: Alliances

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1839
Treaty Of London. Between Belgium and Britain, which arguably brought Britain into war.
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1879
Dual Alliance. Between Germany and Austria-Hungary.
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1881
Three Emperors Alliance. Between Russia, Austria-Hungary and Germany. Only lasted until 1885 due to rivalry between first two countries.
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1882
Triple Alliance. Between Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy.
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1887
Reinsurance Treaty. Between Germany and Russia. Agreed not to fight each other but not renewed in 1890...
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1891
Franco-Russian Entente. Warming of relations between France and Russia.
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1904
Entente Coridiale. Warming of relations between Britain and France.
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1907
Triple Entente. Between Britain, France and Russia.
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Dual Alliance. Between Germany and Austria-Hungary.

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1879

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Three Emperors Alliance. Between Russia, Austria-Hungary and Germany. Only lasted until 1885 due to rivalry between first two countries.

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Triple Alliance. Between Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy.

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Reinsurance Treaty. Between Germany and Russia. Agreed not to fight each other but not renewed in 1890...

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