Cause of WW I Still Up for Debate

It has been more than 100 years since the First World War ended, a triumph still celebrated across Europe every year.

Countries once cut up into systems of trenches and no-man’s land join together to commemorate the lives lost during “the war to end all wars”.Such were the horrors carried out during the conflict, that Australian historian Paul Ham would later write that, even for the victors, the war “destroyed our civilisation”. This first conflict between industrialised, major nations saw ten million soldiers dead and at least 21 million mutilated.

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