Build up to War looks at alliances and treaties.
History tells us that the cause of the First World War was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand by Bosnian Nationalists. But was this really worth the lives of the millions who were to die in the conflict? What were the true causes of the war, which had been brewing in the previous decades, ready to plunge Europe into the largest conflict in its history?
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