1. What were the underlying causes of WWI?
Underlying causes of WWI were extreme nationalism in Europe, imperialism created rivalry in Europe, an arms race using
new technology in warfare, and the scramble to attain territories.
2. What was the specific cause of WWI?
Europe had reached its breaking point when Archduke Francis Ferdinand, who was the heir in Austria-Hungarian, was assassinated.
3. How did the soldiers react as they went off to war? Why?
As the soldiers went off the war they most likely felt confident and had the desire to become heroes like the government
portrayed the soldiers to be.