Responsibility for the Outbreak of the First World War
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This paper discusses the causes of the outbreak of World War I. It particularly focuses on whether Germany was solely responsible for its outbreak. The paper compares and contrasts three books regarding this topic - "Age of Extremes" by Eric Hobsbawm, "The War of the World" by Niall Ferguson and "Dark Continent" by Mark Mazower. It discusses the conflicting opinions presented in the books and the validity of these differening opinions.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Hobsbawm, E. (1994). Age of extremes, London.
- Ferguson, N. (2006). The war of the world. London.
- Mazower, M. (1999). Dark continent. London.
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