"The Origins of the Second World War in Europe" Book Review by Master Researcher

"The Origins of the Second World War in Europe"
An examination of P.M.H. Bell's "The Origins of the Second World War in Europe" on the personal choices of Adolf Hitler.
# 34195 | 1,150 words | 1 source | 2002 | US
Published on Sep 21, 2003 in History (European - World Wars) , Literature (General) , Holocaust Studies (General)


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This essay will argue that Bell's thesis is that personal choices and not the determinism of historical forces led to the Second World War. In particular, as will be seen, Bell focuses on the personal choices made by one: Adolf Hitler. He contends that German policies of aggression and expansion that ultimately caused the war were shaped more by the personality of one man than by any broader mix of social forces or national interests.

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