Essay on World War II As A Harsh Punishment

863 Words May 6th, 2015 4 Pages
World War II, one of the most renown, deadliest wars ever been recorded in history, involving more than 30 countries and resulting in more than 50 million military and civilian deaths. Prompt by Adolf Hitler’s invasion in Poland, in 1939, lasted for six years and ended when the Allies defeated the Nazi’s Germany, and the use of nuclear weapons by the United States to end its conflict with Japan (Hiroshima and Nagasaki).
Theirs still different appositions as to if World War I was the leading caused of World War II. After the Treaty of Versailles the Allies (United States, England, France, and Italy) signed the treaty, in which Germany was to be blame for all the damage caused in World War I. Germany, not so happy of the terms that the treaty expressed, had no choice but to sign. Germany saw the treaty as a harsh punishment. The cost of war was so high that by the 1920s German people were poor. Dissatisfied with the government, the people took action and overthrow the government, and voted for a new leader that promised to oppressed the treaty and bring back Germany from the shame of the world, this leader was Adolf Hitler.
Hitler became chancellor of Germany in 1933 and slowly started gaining power. By 1934 he became the supreme leader of Germany, and immediately took action, by first increasing Germany’s military and later building a much stronger navy and Air Force. Britain and France were aware of Hitler’s action but didn’t bother to interfere since they were concern…

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