How Far Was Germany Responsible For The Outbreak Of WWI?
The outbreak of World War One was reliant on a number of factors. These include the alliance system, the sense of nationalism sweeping Europe at the time. The imperial and colonial rivalry resulted in the naval and arms race. When Germany's role in these causes is examined it is possible to come to the conclusion that Germany, whilst not entirely to blame for the out
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and was the instigator of the naval and arms race. Germany also made the most preparations for war. It was a nation that was eager to prove its worth through what it deemed to be the only way to prove it- a major war. Thus it is possible to come to the conclusion that, whilst Germany must bear full responsibility for the outbreak of the war, it must certainly bear a large share of it.