World War I/Militarism

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Militarism[edit]

Natural suspicion and rivalries led to a race of armaments. Europe became on armed camp with each nation possessing a military machine ready for use. Naval rivalry strained the relations between England and Germany while the competition of land armies and armanents increased fear and hostility among all countries of Europe. It is rightly observed, that the national industry of Prussia was war.