Causes Of WWII Cause and Effect Essay by The Research Group

Causes Of WWII
Examines Versailles Treaty & creation of Weimar Republic of Germany, seizure of power by Adolf Hitler & rise of National Socialism.
# 17843 | 1,350 words | 10 sources | 1989 | US
Published on Mar 06, 2003 in History (European) , History (European - World Wars)

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"Many historians view the Second World War as but a second part of World War I (Goldston). One of the key elements in that continuation theory was the creation and subsequent failure of the German democratic experience between the wars - the Weimar Republic. This failure of German democracy had paramount importance, not only to Germany, but to the rest of the world as well.

Other historians found a continuity between the German national character, the aims of the Kaiserreich in World War I, and the rise of Adolf Hitler and the outbreak of World II (Fischer). In any case, an examination of the political and diplomatic consequences of Weimar is nevertheless necessary in order to understand the rise of National Socialism in Germany. This paper will present a five part overview of the situation (...)"

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