To what extent did the assassination of Franz Ferdinand “cause” the First World War? Was the assassination really a “cause,” or was it more of a catalyst for war? Please use historical evidence to support your answer. Who or what was ultimately to blame for the First World War? For instance, was the alliance system to blame? Or, were the actions of certain historical actors (for instance, Kaiser Wilhelm II) at fault? Or, could an individual country like Germany or Austria-Hungary or Russia or France or Britain be to blame? Please give specific reasons and use historical evidence to support your answer.
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