Indirect Causes of wwi nationalism
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Causes of WWI
Nationalism is “pride” in your own country.
Nationalism is the concept that your country is better than any other country in the world.
Germany and Great Britain were the two countries that felt they were the greatest.
One empire/country having “control” over the smaller countries.
There were squabbles over which empire would have control over new smaller countries.
Colonial powers included:
Militarism – the build-up of weapons to prepare for war.
Both sides (Germany/Great Britain) “flexed” their collective muscles to show their opposition what they were capable of.
Britain’s 2 to 1 Naval Policy.
Germany challenges this in the early 1910’s
Britain looked to its colonies (Canada) to help.
Alliance systems protect all members of a particular “group”
If one country gets attacked the other members of that group will support them.
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