?German responsibility for WWI was no greater than that of any of the other Great Powers in Europe'. Assess the validity of this statement.

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Title: ?German responsibility for WWI was no greater than that of any of the other Great Powers in Europe'. Assess the validity of this statement.
 
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Fischer claims that Holloweg, the Chancellor, had far-reaching war aims: ??France must be so wakened, that she cannot again rise as a Great Power, Russia must be pushed as far as possible from the German frontier, and her rule over non-Russian subject peoples must be broken'...
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It is also important to outline the significance of the Blank Cheque signed by the Kaiser, which simply supported Austria-Hungary in any of her actions. Therefore, if Germany wouldn't have given her consent to Austria's desire for war and the Ultimatum on 23rd July, war might have been still prevented...
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