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Q: How did militarism play a role in sparking World War I? Each of the major powers considered itself superior to the others. Each of the major powers considered its military strength superior to
others. All of the major powers considered war to be part of a valid foreign policy. All major powers believed they could threaten war and none would call their bluff.
A: Each of the major powers considered its military strength superior to others.
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User: How did militarism play a role in sparking World War I? Each of the major powers considered itself superior to the others. Each of the major powers considered its military strength superior to others. All of the major powers considered war to be part of a valid foreign policy. All major powers believed they could threaten war and none would call their bluff.

Weegy: Each of the major powers considered its military strength superior to others.
Meynard|Points 20|

User: Which of the following does not help explain why a small conflict in the Balkans spread to all of Europe? Many of the European powers had signed treaties requiring them to defend each other. Slavs wanted to unite with other Slavs no matter which country they were living in. Germany's plan for war with Russia required launching an attack on France first. All of the major powers had strong military forces and were prepared to use them

Weegy: I believe it would be the last answer.
vicereine|Points 45|

User: The competition between Germany and Great Britain up until the outbreak of World War I was centered on a naval race territory in the Americas religious differences a dispute over Morocco

User: How did imperialism play a role in sparking World War I? Germany's desire for colonies overseas provoked military incidents with Britain and France. Germany's desire for colonies overseas provoked military incidents with Russia and Serbia. Britain needed a large navy in order to protect her overseas colonies from other nations. Germany needed a large navy in order to protect her overseas colonies from other nations.

Weegy: How did imperialism play a role in sparking World War I? A Germany's desire for colonies overseas provoked military incidents with Britain and France.
Marvel2|Points 191|

User: Which of the following is an example of how nationalism played a role in sparking World War I? Serbs in Germany wanted to help Serbs in Serbia. Serbs in Russia wanted to help Serbs in Serbia. Slavs in Russia wanted to help Slavs in Serbia. Slavs in Germany wanted to help Slavs in Austria-Hungary

Weegy: An example of how nationalism played a role in sparking World War I, was that Slavs in Russia wanted to help Slavs in Serbia.
armageddon|Points 652|

User: Which of the following was directly caused by Germany's attack on Belgium? Russia mobilized its troops for war. Germany declared war on Russia and France. Britain declared war on Germany. Germany attacked Luxembourg.

Weegy: Germany declared war on Russia and France.
southboy|Points 60|

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