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❶The assassination triggered the July Crisis , which turned a local conflict into a European, and then a worldwide, war.

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There were five main causes of World War 1 which can be divided into two categories: long term causes; such as nationalism and imperialism, and short term causes; such as rise of militarily, alliances created and the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand Long Term Cause: Nationalism Nationalism in the early s causes competition among Germany, Austria-Hungary, Great Britain, Russia, Italy, and .

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The four long term causes of World War 1, Imperialism, Nationalism, Alliances and Militarism all worked to put all of Europe on edge, and with all countries having great hostility towards each other. They stimulated hate, conflict and distrust between nations and alliances. M.A.I.N Long Term Causes of WW1 by Caroline Ella 1. ALLIANCES Purposes To ensure safety & protection between countries in case of war/threat To keep peace within Europe.

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However unlike World War Two there is no one easily identifiable bad guy! Below are some of the main long-term causes that are identified by historians: The System of Alliances / rivalry between the powers. long-term causes of world war i World War I began in June of , and is considered to have five major causes that led to the outbreak of the war. These five causes include the four long-term causes (militarism, alliances, imperialism and nationalism) discussed in this reading and one short-term cause (the assassination of Franz Ferdinand).