Unit 5: Crisis and Change
Lesson A: Competition Leads to Global Conflict
Activity 7: Check for Understanding - Causes of World War I
Over a period of decades, mistrust grew among the countries of Europe. The causes of World War I were militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism. These causes evolved from long-term rivalries. By 1914, Europe was ready to plunge into war.
Directions: Read each cause and then select the correct effect. Select the Submit button to check your answers. Select the play button when you are ready to begin.