I'm currently researching a debate for my A-level History coursework and I want to base it around Germanys contributions to the outbreak of WW1. I have found a fair few Historians that I can use to support my debate, all with differing interpretations, however I just don't know if they are strong enough and which ones to choose (or whether there are more that I could use in replacement).
The Historians I have so far are...
Fischer- argues that the war was solely caused by German aggression + argues that it was due to German foreign policy and German domestic tension
AJP Taylor- argues the cause was pan-European mobilisation contest and that no one particularly wanted war, however mobilised quickly as a deterrent.
McMeekin- argues that Russia was mostly to blame for the outbreak of WW1. (Would be similar to AJP Taylor due to Russian mobilisation)
Hillgruber- argues the outbreak was due to encirclement- Germany feared this as an alliance of enemies)
I was just wondering if these Historians would be enough to make my debate legible or whether I should reconsider the debate title to a different focus or if there are any Historians that have better interpretations