Cause and Effect

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Analyzing a Situation: Arguing for Causes and Effects: By using Cause and Effect Analysis we will produce a multi-paragraph essay that provides a complex analysis of our chosen topics.

Final draft requirements: Length: 1200-1300 words/4 pages






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CAUSE AND EFFECT ESSAY
Cause and Effect Essay
The Cause and Effect of World War I
The World War I (WWI) commonly known as the Great War refers to a global war that
originated from Europe and lasted for four years, that is, from 28 July 1914 to 11 November

1918. This war was more significant compared to any other waged before due to various factors:
there was the mobilization of more than 59 million troops, resulted to 8 million people, and more
than 29 million people were injured. The war also led to the alteration of the political, social, and
cultural, economic nature of Europe. The ripples of the war affected majority of the countries in
the world as nations from different continents joined the battle. Some of the people consider
WWI as the first human-made catastrophe. Different studies have indicated various causes of the
war. The causes and effects of WWI have resulted in the change in the lives of the majority of
the people which are still evident today.
The WWI started as a European conflict before its gradual escalation into a world war.
Some of the factors attributed to the growth of tension among the European countries include
alliances, nationalism, militarism, and imperialism. Militancy could have resulted in WWI
because of the naval and arms race. The intention of Keiser Wilhelm of building a stronger and
bigger German navy threatened Britain (Kelly, 2015). This trend of strengthening the military
resources for either national security or defense as well as protecting colonial interests increased
tension between these countries. It indicated an increase in the...

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