The Six Major Causes Of World War II

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Throughout history, there were many disputes among countries in different regions. Through time the arguments between countries led to battles and wars that caused devastations across the world. Out of all the wars our ancestors went through, none of the battles can compare to the World War II. Without any doubt, anyone knows what caused the World War II. However, to bring back some memories, World War II had six major causes: disagreement over the Treaty of Versailles, failure of peace efforts after the World War I, rise of Fascism, malicious proposals from Hitler, isolationism from America and Britain, and the re-armanent of Europe. Futhermore, this paper will specifically address each of the causes of world war II and draw conclusions about World War II. Treaty of Versailles was the first cause of the World War II and possessed all the anger from different countries. Germany was furious with their territorial loss as a result from the treaty; they lost two cities on the French- German …show more content…
his visions were to make Germans become the dominating race and gradually dominate the entire world. He had two goals to achieve; he wanted to bring all of central europe and form a greater and larger Germany; to create more room for german to grow by invading Poland. His first move was to test the other European powers by inserting troops into Germany’s coal mining area next to France. This was forbidden by the Treaty of Versailles and Hitler wanted to see how far he could push his adversaries before they would strike back. If Britain had not been so passive to Hitler’s plans they might have stopped this war before it ever started. The only reason Britain allowed Hitler to go along with his devious plans was because they did not want to start another war. Using this as a weakness, Hitler pushed the europe’s powers further until he invaded poland. This resulted in europe’s performance to act against

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