anonymous
  • anonymous
How did nationalism cause World War 1?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Wow. Big question. You'll probably get a better answer, more details, by reading a textbook.
shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
Definitely true. At its most rudimentary level, you can say that the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was spurred by Serbians who wanted parts of Bosnia to join a greater Serbian nation. The assassination went on to lead to World War I. But this is only one of the many nationalism-based causes for World War I.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
in the perspective of america, they felt the need for broadening their power and being known to the rest of europe by the use of imperialism... hope it helped :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
well, there was a growing sense of nationalism in germany after the franco - prussian war and the french wanted revenge for the loss of alsac and lorraine . apart from that the national minorities in western russia, balkans and ottoman empire played a significant role and of course the above mentioned assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was by Serbian extremist

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