World War II Essay by Paramount

World War II
A paper which looks at how the effects of WWI eventually led to the start of the Second World War.
# 9834 | 903 words | 1 source | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Jan 31, 2003 in History (European - 20th Century) , History (European - World Wars)

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The paper discusses the far-reaching effects and changes brought by the World War I and how they echoed in the world for decades in the forms of bringing political, social and economic changes. It shows how several events after WWI such as the rearmament of Germany and the re-militarization of the Rhineland contributed to the outbreak of World War II.

From the Paper:

"Britain and France, being the democratic governments, survived the pressure and stress of World War I, but the kingdom of Russia, Ottoman Empire, Germany, and the Austria-Hungary, all collapsed due to which new countries were created and many other states got independence from Russia and Germany.

"However, some of those states were placed under the control of France and Britain. Furthermore, the collapse of the Czar gave an opportunity to the communists to establish power in Russia, however; for many years, they failed to secure a grip anywhere else in the world."

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