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You've often mentioned that at the beginning of the war most of the warring nations believed that the war would be quick and easy based off of the results of the Franco-Prussian War, and they believed that the long bloody American Civil War was too alien to be considered relevant even though, in the end, the Great War ended up resembling in many wyas the American Civil War. Why was the Franco-Prussian War such a quick war in comparison to the American Civil War?

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