Cunning Plan 97: A-Level: International Relations 1890-1914

Teaching History feature

By Richard Harris, Seán Lang, published 11th November 1999

'No war is inevitable until it starts.' Good quote. Not mine, but A.J.P. Taylor's. The outbreak of the First World War is a good way to test it! Did the statesmen of the day know the First World War was coming? Put another way, why was there no general European war between 1890 and 1913? What was so different about the crisis which blew up in 1914?

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