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Militarism alone did not start World War I but it created an environment where war, rather than negotiation or diplomacy, was seen as the best way of resolving international disputes. Militarism, nationalism and imperialism were all intrinsically connected.

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Course of the War Results of the War World War I Militarism Militarism denoted a rise in military expenditure, an increase in military and naval forces, more influence of the military men upon the policies of the civilian government, and a preference for force as a solution to problems. Militarism was one of the main causes of the First World War.

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Introduction - WW1 Militarism Militarism was one of the major causes of World War One. Militarism is the belief within a country or state that a strong military is important in order to defend the country and to promote national interests.

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Home History Modern History World War 1. How Did Militarism Start WWI? How Did Militarism Start WWI? Prior to WWI, powers across Europe were rapidly expanding their armies, which built a sense of distrust among the nations. Britain felt particularly threatened by Germany, as it began to rapidly expand its army. However, militarism operated ...

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Militarism was the cause of the Arms Race, which was a major causeof WW1. The strengthening of various nation's military forcescaused tension that eventually sparked off the war.

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Answers.com ® Categories History, Politics & Society History War and Military History World War 2 WW2 Axis Powers Germany in WW2. How did militarism help cause World War 1?

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Causes of World War One: Imperialism, Militarism, Alliances, Nationalism. ... Did NOT commit either power to military aid of the other in the time of war but it did offer diplomatic co-operation. iii. French aim: to encourage an alliance with Britain in case of a German attack. ... Long Term Causes of World War One The long term ...

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The military helped to make the first world war break out and the countries who were fighting felt intimidated by them and they started another war inside of the first world war which lead to militarism being on of the causes of the outbreak.

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Militarism in Germany continued after World War I and the fall of the German monarchy. During the period of the Weimar Republic (1919–1933), the Kapp Putsch, an attempted coup d'état against the republican government, was launched by disaffected members of the armed forces.

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Imperialism Who was the war with? Central Powers: Germany Astrian Hungary Ottomon Empire Bolgoria What happened in World War 1? How did militarism contribute to the outbreak of World War 1? -placed the interests of their own country above other countries -gave people excessive