The Origins of World War I
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The paper describes the build-up of tensions that led to the outbreak of World War I. The paper discusses how the war took hundreds of thousands of lives and showed the technology of the Industrial Revolution in warfare and killing. The paper notes how, although this war was meant to end all wars, it actually set the foundation for another war in Europe some twenty five years later.
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