By the 19th century, Western nations were virtually unchallenged masters of other civilizations. Britain dominated overseas commerce and empire building, and they quarreled over colonial spoils, which led to WWI. This is a video that really dumbs down the very complicated cause of why Britain got involved in WWI.

Frightful First World War - Causes of - Perfect lesson starter to explore the key question of "Why the First World War started?

These pictures represent the four main causes of WW1                                                                                                                                                     More

Nationalism was NOT a cause for World War That's propaganda shoved down our throats by globalists. United States was strongly nationalistic at the time but held an isolationist stance. Thus US did not enter the war for three years. Learn your history!

The assassination of Franz Ferdinand, This lead astra to declare war aganest serbea. Which lead to german declaering war on russia and france.

Causes of WWI: The long term causes of WWI are militarism, alliances, nationalism, imperialism and the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand is the immediate cause.

The Causes of World War One:  Part 2 – Nationalism

An explosive kind of nationalism existed in Bosnia. Russia wanted to create one Slavic state, but Austria refused.

Archduke Franz Ferdiand photographed on the day of his assassination

Archduke Franz Ferdinand pictured in Sarajevo shortly before his assassination

If WWI was a bar fight…

If WWI was a bar fight…

If WWI was a bar fight / How Come They Don't Teach You This In High School History? This Is Absolutely Brilliant!

Causes of ww1:  There were other causes that contributed to WW1 other than the assassination of Archduke. Mutual defence allies, imperialism, nationalism, and militarism all were minor influences of the beginning of WW1.

The Top 5 Causes That Led to World War I

What were the main causes of World War I? Learn about how mutual defense alliances, imperialism, militarism, and nationalism all played a part.