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How did imperialism contribute to the start of World War I? Military alliances between imperialist nations encouraged violent conflict. Germany's attempts to defend newly independent nations sparked conflict in Europe. Violent independence protests in colonized nations spread to the European continent. Germany's attempts to build a global empire put them in conflict with other imperialist nations.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The main European powers, like Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, were colonizing much of Africa and Asia to supply their economies with raw materials for their industries. The desire for territorial expansion and resources fueled intense nationalistic competition between the powers.

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