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World War I constituted a significant turning point in global history, and it is important for students to understand its causes. This lesson provides essay question that will promote critical thinking and analysis.

Analyzing World War I

As the first major global conflict, World War I marked a turning point in world history. Never were so many different countries involved in violence together, and the war influenced all of the developments that followed over the course of the twentieth century.

Because of the War’s overall significance, it is especially important for your students to think about what caused this war. One way for them to engage in this kind of analysis is by having them write essays. The essay topics in this lesson move your students in closer to the causes of World War I, the way they operated individually, and the ways they interacted with each other.

Topics About Nationalism

  • Write an essay describing what nationalism is and how it developed, particularly in Europe, during the earliest part of the twentieth century. Then, show how nationalism did or did not lead to the beginning of World War I in your opinion.
  • Analyze the development of nationalism in two different European countries prior to the beginning of World War I. Show how nationalism developed similarly and differently in the two countries you are describing, and think about the reasons behind these similarities and differences. Use compare and contrast to show how these countries might have developed alliances or conflicts that contributed to the onslaught of World War I.
  • Do you consider nationalism more of a political phenomenon or more of an economic idea? Choose one of these categories, and use the development of nationalism prior to World War I to prove your point. Then, show how either the politics or the economics of nationalism led to its contributions to the War.
  • What lessons about nationalism overall do you believe are offered by the ways it led to World War I? Write an essay in which you describe whether and how humans adequately learned these lessons subsequent to the War.

Topics About Industrialization

  • Write an essay characterizing the exact ways that industrialization and technological developments contributed to World War I. Show whether you believe industrialization was a major cause of the War, and why or why not.
  • How did industrialization and innovation work differently in at least two different regions that played roles in World War I? For instance, you might focus on Western Europe, Asia, Russia and Eastern Europe, or the United States. Compare and contrast the state of technological innovation and industry in the regions you describe and show how these similarities or differences contributed to the War.
  • To what extent does the role that technological innovation contributed to World War I influence your views on the nature of innovation? Is technological advancement a good thing, a bad thing, or a little of each? Use its status as one of the probably causes of World War I specifically to justify the argument that you make.

Other Causes

  • Describe the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand as the cause of World War I. In your essay, explain whether or not you think the War would have broken out if this assassination had not occurred.
  • How were alliances forming between and among different countries and regions before World War I began? Show how the formation of alliances and international groupings both did and did not contribute to the onslaught of the war.
  • What is militarization? Write an essay describing the concept of militarization, showing what causes countries to decide to militarize, and, finally, illustrating the extent to which militarization played a role in leading to the beginning of World War I.
  • Write an essay describing the role of the Balkans in contributing to World War I. In your essay, define ‘Balkanization’ as a concept and show how the specific geopolitics of the Balkans led to the beginning of the War.
  • Choose two or three of the causes of World War I and write an essay showing how these causes actually worked together or intersected with one another to lead to the beginning of the War.


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