Causes of WWI

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Tensions among European countries were increasing during the years prior to World War I. Major reasons for this did NOT include

Answer:
a)  Industrial competition.
b)  Imperialism.
c)  Nationalism.
d)  Socialism.
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Question: Tensions among European countries were increasing during the years prior to World War I. Major reasons for this did NOT include
Answer:
Industrial competition.
Imperialism.
Nationalism.
Socialism.