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The events leading up to the start of World War I depict a time in the history of the world where tensions between developing nations started to clash. This section contains information about the events leading up to the start of World War I.
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Fourteen Points, The, a set of 14 principles proposed by President Woodrow Wilson as a basis for ending World War I and for keeping the peace thereafter.

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