history world war one causes

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Christina Schriver 10/25/09 1B WWI Outline Thesis: Both Sidney Bradshaw Fay and Fritz Fischer agree that the causes of World War One consist of every European country involved held responsibility, the poor leadership of political and military leaders of the countries, and Russian mobilizations at the time when a settlement was trying to be established. However they disagree when Fay concludes it was mainly Austria’s responsibility for war, the assassination of the Austrian heir, Russian secret military preparations and encouragement given at Belgrade; Fischer states Germany’s influence was due to threat of British intervention and it could have been prevented if Sir Edward would’ve taken a stand in the conflict, and lastly Germany was mainly looking to become allies with England and France. I.) Comparisons No single power wanted war, knew loss of life, suffering, and economic consequences were bound to be terrible. o
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2010 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Kipp during the Spring '08 term at Suffolk.

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