Causes of World War 1 and From the Assassination Video

Video title: From the Assassination

Watch this 20th Century World History and Causes of World War 1 video entitled From the Assassination to study why the Austro-Hungarian Empire declared war on Serbia, thus sparking World War 1. Learn the political, economic, and social effects of the 19th-century industrialization of the Continent, and discuss the reasons for the emergence of nationalist ideology as a dominant political force in Europe during the 19th century. Discover the reasons why colonial rule was so important to Europe's imperialist powers.

Learn about From The Assassination and examine the world events of the early twentieth century that caused World War 1, history's first truly global conflict.

 

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  • The Causes of World War 1. Learn about From The Assassination and examine the world events of the early twentieth century that caused World War 1, history's first truly global conflict.
  • Explain why the Austro-Hungarian empire declared war on Serbia, thus sparking World War 1.
  • Survey the political, economic, and social effects of the nineteenth-century industrialization of the Continent, and discuss the reasons for the emergence of nationalist ideology as a dominant political force in Europe during the nineteenth century.
  • Learn the reasons why colonial rule was so important to Europe's imperialist powers. Examine how the complex tensions resulting from nationalism and imperialist rivalries incited the formation of alliances and accelerated the arms race among European powers.
  • Explore how the imperialist rivalries and runaway nationalism that gripped Europe in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century culminated in the outbreak of World War 1. Compare the political goals of nations that entered World War 1 with the war's outcome.
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