How did nationalism lead to WWI?

Nationalism was a factor in the outbreak of World War I as many nations, particularly the Great powers of -Britain, France and Germany, of the time had convinced themselves of the cultural, economic and military supremacy of their nation. 

It fostered delusions about the relative military strength of European nations and it would later manifest in a belief that they would emerge victorious in the event of a war.

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