WWI Essay by The Research Group

WWI
This paper analysis of the leading factors involved in the outbreak of WWI as cited by scholars.
# 18502 | 1,800 words | 5 sources | 1990 | US
Published on Feb 10, 2003 in History (European - World Wars)


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"What led to World War I? The question is surprisingly difficult to answer, yet it is vitally important to an understanding of modern times. Much of the violent change of the twentieth century had its origins directly or indirectly in World War I. Even before it ended the war brought the fall of Czarist Russia, the Russian Revolution, and the emergence of Communism as a revolutionary political force. World War II stemmed so directly from the unsettled issues of World War I that the two can be regarded simply as two phases of one war. Indirectly, World War I set the stage for the decline of Britain as a world power, and more broadly for the end of European imperialism, while the massive and futile slaughter on the Western Front battlefields permanently shattered the cultural self-confidence of the West."

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