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60 Free Essays on Was World War 1 Inevitable

  1. why was war inevitable in Europe in the 1920's

    Why was war inevitable in Europe in the early 20th century? World War 1 was Inevitable in many ways. The key word in this question is "Inevitable''. My Oxford Dictionary defines Inevitable as unavoidable and unpreventable. Could have World War 1 been avoid? I think not! There wasn’t just...

  2. Ww1 Inevitable

    into war. It was not intended to be a world war but due to the complicated web of alliances, world war was undoubtedly going to occur. * World War 1 was inevitable for one reason. That reason was that Germany wanted a war. They had been planning actions for a war for at least ten years. The Von...

  3. Was World War 1 Inevitable

    World War 1 was Inevitable in many ways. The key word in this question is "Inevitable''. Webster's Dictionary define's Inevitable as incapblle of bring avoided or prevented. Could have World War 1 been avoid? I think not. There wasnt just one reason as to why World War one happen but a...

  4. History Causation

    World War 1 started in 1914 where Germany where blamed of causing it. This essay will be explaining if it was really Germany their fault of causing World War 1 and if it was inevitable. There were early signs in Europe that World War was going to come. In Blackadder Goes Forth, Baldrick opined...

  5. Cold War

    Was the Cold War an inevitable result of World War II? Done by Yadryshnikova Diana 8.4.2013 1530 Words In history nothing is known about so vivid ideological conflicts between the member-countries of the Grand Alliance during the Second World War, due to good relations between Stalin and...

  6. World War 1

    World War 1Was this an "unnecessary war"?  There are conflicting views on this topic as the subject is a complex one. However, it is true that it was a war that could have been avoided. It can be argued that WW1 was inevitable in the circumstances, but if we look at the very root cause of the...

  7. Started When Archduke Franz Ferdinand Heir to the Austro-Hungarian Throne Was Assassinated in Sarajevo

    World War 1 Started when Archduke Franz Ferdinand heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne was assassinated in Sarajevo. He was killed by Gavrilo Princip a member of the Black Hand. A Balkan war between Austria-Hungary and Serbia was considered inevitable. The rise of ethnic nationalism coincided with...

  8. World War I

    World War I This section of readings centered around World War I and the events leading up to it and the consequences. According to the first section, people tend to think that World War I was caused by Germany’s Militarism and diplomacy. Different historians tried to write works on the onset...

  9. Vietnam War and the Domino Theory

    The Vietnam War and the Domino Theory The Americanization of the war in Vietnam was inevitable because of the prevailing belief of the “domino theory” that could take effect. The Domino Theory, which President Harry Truman first articulated in the1940’s, is the belief that the fall of one...

  10. Gettsysburg Address

    Gettysburg Address 1. The theme of this address was to honor those who have lost their lives in the war. Lincoln also talks about how it is the duty of the living man to carry on the dead man’s work. There’s nothing more for them to do, there’s nothing more they can do, so it is up to those still...

  11. Bismarck's Role in Unifying Germany

    Mosse, who argues that unification was inevitable and Bismarck, despite heavily contributing, was profoundly aided by the circumstances at the time[1]. Nevertheless, Bismarck can still be seen as a prominent catalyst for German unification. By taking advantage of the various wars, the influence of the...

  12. Private Public Partnership

    relations, constructivism is the claim that significant aspects of international relations are historically and socially constructed, rather than inevitable consequences of human nature or other essential characteristics of world politics.[1] Development] Nicholas Onuf is usually credited with coining the...

  13. Mr King

    brilliant and rebellious, and both of these traits are highly visible in his revisionist ideas on the causes of the Second World War, which shattered the historical paradigm of the time. Example 1 If you read a history book written in the United States from the 1950s, on the origins of the Cold...

  14. The Inevitability of Allied Victory in Europe During World War Two

    tells us little about quality’. Obviously Allied victory was final and decisive but this essay will argue that even though this war was won on economic power it did not mean that victory for the nations that were to be industrial superpowers was inevitable. However Allied victory eventually did become...

  15. The Causes of World War 1

    Introduction WW1 was unlike any other war fought up until that point in history ; many new weapons where used for the first time like chemical warfare and tanks. Over the course of the war 15 million people where killed and 20 million were wounded and huge areas of Europe were devastated. World...

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    APUSH (1) Cold War 1945-1960 Demek Steve Kim Was the Cold War inevitable? - Following World War 2, the Cold War started in the late 1945's. The Cold War was inevitable due to the tension between the two nations, USA and the USSR. The two super powers of the world following the end of the...

  17. Time

    as inevitable in 1914, despite the forces of militarism, imperialism and secret diplomacy. Document Analysis: Study the sources below. As you read, decide what factor each historian is stressing as the key cause for war. Document A The First World War was not inevitable. Although it is...

  18. British Decolonisation

    spread of communism’ . Though British involvement was inevitable the crippling of her economy was similarly an inevitable consequence. At a time when the Second World War had rendered ‘even more chaotic the condition of British industrial civilisation’ , the last thing that Britain wanted was to...

  19. War Is Inevitable, Therefore We Should Work to Be Good at It.

    ). World population from 1450 to 1800 increased from 500 million to 1 billion (United Nations report 1999). The modern era, with the accelerated technological development that characterizes it, ushered in numerous new weapons and ways to kill or destroy an army. The American Civil War was one of the...

  20. The Soviet Union

    The Soviet Union formally collapsed on December 26th, 1991. The dissolution of the world’s first and largest Communist state also marked the end of the Cold War. Mikhail Gorbachev (in office from May 25th, 1989- December 25th, 1991) was the leader of the Soviet Union mainly credited in driving...

  21. Was the Dropping of the Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki Justified?

    Was the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki justified? Jazmyn Vanmidde It was 1939. Germany was under the power of Adolf Hitler and was intent on spreading its borders. A series of preceding events and a previous World War had the world’s patience with Germany worn thin...

  22. World War One Trench Warefare

    Introduction World War 1 was like nothing that had ever happened in the world before. Although it was inevitable, the horrific loss of life was pointless. Almost no-one except the politicians ruling agreed with it, which has been proven by soldiers diary's, and most famously the...

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    HISTORY ESSAY DID TWO MURDERS START WW1? In this essay I will be evaluating what was the cause of World War 1(WW1) and whether it was inevitable and therefore would have occurred regardless of whether Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife were assassinated on the 28th June 1914. The people and...

  24. World War 1 Origin

    The main causes of World War I, which began in central Europe in late July 1914, included many factors, such as the conflicts and hostility between the great European powers of the four decades leading up to the war. Militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism played major roles in the...

  25. The Cold War Was Unavoidable

    ‘The Cold War was unavoidable’. Do you agree? 1500 words 2. The Cold War resulted from inevitable tensions building between the USA and the USSR. These existed in many forms, from the attitudes of their respective leaders to distrust created by political decisions, from as back as 1917. The...

  26. Cold War

    between the worlds two new superpowers, Russia and the United States. This conflict would in turn last an outstanding forty four years. The Cold War was an inevitable outcome between the US and Russia post World War II due to their expansionist ideologies, absence of trust, and distorted views of...

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    American Revolution Socratic Seminar: Was American Independence Inevitable? Directions Part 1: Outside of Class Preparation (50% of the grade) · Read the responses to the Socratic Seminar prompt from Revolutionary War scholars on page 2. Reflect on how you would answer the question...

  28. The War

    acted, the Cold War was inevitable. Both sides misunderstood each other and were equally uncompromising. Their actions dragged the world into the “Coldest” of all conflicts, the Cold War. [1] Martin McCauley. The origins of the Cold War 1941-1949. [2] Ibid. [3] Ibid. [4] Primary documents packet (speeches). [5] Martin McCauley. The origins of the Cold War 1941-1949. [6] Ibid....

  29. Was the Outbreak of General War in 1914 Inevitable After the Assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand?

    Was the outbreak of general war in 1914 inevitable after the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand? Various different factors led to the outbreak of the first World War- a war which incorporated all human, economic and military resources available to achieve total victory over the enemy...

  30. Is War Inevitable?

    1 Is War Inevitable? The modern human mind has sought to present findings and evidence that would lead to some form of an indication or conclusion regarding the inevitability of war through the multifarious fields of science and technology; anthropology; political science; economics...