Causes of WWII Cause and Effect Essay by The Research Group

Causes of WWII
A look at the devastation of Germany by the Versailles Treaty (WWI), economics, the League of Nations and the appeasement of Adolf Hitler.
# 20429 | 1,350 words | 3 sources | 1993 | US
Published on Mar 20, 2003 in History (European - World Wars)

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"The question of whether World War II was avoidable or inevitable has been debated for decades. Some feel that the war would have been avoidable had the victorious forces treated Germany differently at the end of World War I. Others feel that at certain points in the early Nazi period, the wear could have been avoided if certain actions had been taken to control Hitler's ambitions. The policy of appeasement undertaken by Britain in the 1930s is also cited as a policy that, had it been different, might have led to a different outcome.

A.J.P. Taylor writes: "The Second World War was, in large part, a repeat performance of the first.". The end of the First World War was an occasion for the victors to try to see to it that Germany could never renew war. The Germans were forced to surrender large amounts of war material, to withdraw their forces..."

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