Throughout history, the loser had always been the ultimate evil, especially in a world war, in Germany's case.
However, it is true that Germany did have responsibilities of starting the war, although she was not the one who sparked initial dispute. She was taking part in the imperialistic game, which made other overseas empires. She was building an enormous navy, which irritated wanted to maintain the'2 power standard'. She was rising economically and which also antagonized the great powers of Europe. The attitude of Kaiser was a factor. Her growing powers and allies forced Britain to join the French and Russians to balance out the power. Finally, when Germany signed the'blank Austria, which backed Austria up to do what he otherwise wouldn't do, caused spark of the Great War.
The Schlieffen Plan also caused the outbreak of the Germany to declare war on France, who then was still neutral, and to step on soil, land which Britain swore to protect…