The Rise Of Adolf Hitler And World War II

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Through the years 1914-1989, those who were not involved in the wars during this time period may have seen these particular events unique for many reasons. Many may have found the entire twentieth century unique and maybe even entertaining at the moment because they were not the ones involved in the dilemma until later in the century; however, are still fascinated with the war and the outcomes of it. Many individuals involved in these situations or were in Europe during this rough time may have felt as though the wars have and will be going on forever, rather than those who were uninvolved and watched the madness occur. As discussed before, some may think that the wars were encouraged by the previous and some believe it may have just as well …show more content…
What was unique about this time period (1939-1945) was the rise of the infamous leader in Germany. Adolf Hitler, chancellor of Germany and powerful leader of the Nazi Party, “rose to power in the National Socialist German Workers Party, taking control of the German government in 1933.” What was fascinating about Hitler was his mission, which then led to World War II. His initial idea during this time was to rid of the Jewish individuals and provide some sort of idea following the survival of the fittest. The attempt of him doing so led to the Holocaust. Without an end of the Holocaust, Hitler, in 1939, sends German troops to invade Poland, staring the Second World War. He believed doing so would provide living space for the Germans. The war ended sadly ending with the death of over 50 million service personnel and civilians , and also ending with the division of Europe by the United States controlling West Germany, and the Soviet Union controlling East Germany. For many people who were involved in the war or in Europe during 1914-1989, the two World Wars were long events that ended with a devastating outcome with many casualties, and did not end the great depression. Others as well may have felt the wars were long but did not have the same impact as those who were involved. It did however, effect the world in other ways. The end of the Second World War then lead to the beginning of the cold …show more content…
“The war to end all wars.” During the Interwar period, many organizations were set up revolving the idea of peace and intending to create a peaceful relationship with the allied to further reduce another outbreak of war. Although this was their intention, the Germans were not pleased with the treaty. They were meant to pay for reparation of the war and were humiliated in this process. This was a unique factor when the beginning of World War II broke out, “the stage was set for the rise of Adolf

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