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To what extent was the alliance system a contributing factor to WW1?

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This essay outlines the various contributing factors towards the ignition of WWI.

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War Military World War I Mobilization Triple Entente Triple Alliance Military history by country Modern Europe Military history of Europe France in World War I France–United Kingdom relations Edwardian era Allies of World War I
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One of the main causes was the Alliance System. The Alliance System was a number of treaties that countries such as Russia, Britain, Germany, France, Austria-Hungary and Italy had signed for protection. These treaties were the Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente. The Triple Alliance was a treaty signed in 1882 by Germany, Austria–Hungary, and Italy. The Triple Entente was a treaty signed France, Russia and Britain in 1907. Other factors included the arms race, imperialism and nationalism but all involved the Alliance System. The final catalyst was the assassination of Franz Ferdinand. The Alliance System played a significant role towards the outbreak of World War 1 as it separated Europe according to their obligations towards other countries. After the Napoleonic Wars, the Great Powers met in Vienna to t...
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