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  • President Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points For Peace

    The main conditions of the Treaty of Versailles were disarmament, forming the League of Nations, reparations, land redistribution, and the War Guilt Clause. Disarmament is the act of decreasing the amount of arms in a country. This was an important condition of the treaty since with less weapons to wage war with, there would be fewer wars and more peace. The League of Nations is an international organization that was formed by the Treaty. Its primary goal is maintaining peace between all the…

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  • Hitler And Mussolini Violated The Treaty Of Versailles

    Treaty of Versailles and built up their armies to invade other countries. Italy invaded Ethiopia to start another Italian empire. Germany built up its army, created a new air force, the Luftwaffe, and sent troops into the Rhineland. Japan left the League of Nations and invaded Manchuria. By the time European leaders wanted to take action, it was too late. Still they tried to find a solution. Great Britain, under the leadership of Neville Chamberlain, wanted to seek a policy of appeasement,…

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  • What Are The Reasons Why World War 1 Lasted So Long

    The reason why World War 1 lasted so long is because, a multifaceted one, with most historians attributing the length of the war to, inter alia, and the similar strength of the two sides. The famous German war plan aimed at avoiding fighting a war at two fronts by attacking France from the north, encircling Paris, quickly defeating the French, and then moving towards the eastern front to face the Russians who would not have been able to mobilize in time to help their ally. There were a few…

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  • Did The Versailles Treaty Help Cause World War

    How Did the Versailles Treaty Help Cause World War Ⅱ There is no excuse on how the Treaty of Versailles treated the Germans. No one should ever be treated like how the Germans were treated during the Treaty and the War. Would you like it if you were in the German people shoes? On November 1918 World War Ⅰ ended and seven and a half months , later on June 28,1919 the Treaty of Versailles was signed by allied nations such as Great Britain, France, and a defeated Germany. The…

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  • Blitz Positive Effects

    When it comes to the result after a serious war, a lot of us have a tence to think about the negative impact it had on the country instead of looking at the positive impact. In this case, if we look at the result of the blitz war, we can see that even though the blitz had a negative effect on the British society, it also had a huge significant impact on the British development. Therefore, it is very important to not only see the negative impact, but also at the positive impact, because there is…

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  • What Was Source C's Role In Ww2

    Firstly, Source C tells us that four great powers of Europe during 1938 attended the Munich Conference and collectively agreed that Adolf Hitler could claim the Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia without a plebiscite, so long as Hitler didn’t invade the rest of Czechoslovakia. These four powers consisted of Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Neville Chamberlain and Edouard Daladier France. Moreover, Source C states ‘can keep the peace’ showing that peace was kept and war was temporarily avoided by…

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  • Short Summary: Trench Warfare

    Trench Warfare WW1 was a brutal war between two sides; Germany, and Austria and the other side being France and Britain but other countries such as Australia and Canada soon joined the fight. Starting in 1914 and finishing in 1918 the First World War was long and unforgiving. This war was the first to employ the use of modern weapons and technologies such as gas, trenches and guns. These new technologies also lead to a new type of warfare. Trench warfare is a form of land warfare using occupied…

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  • Nazi-Soviet Pact Analysis

    1. Hitler claim of returning Germany to its former glory and boundaries was nothing more than a ruse to cover up his true intentions. Since the beginning he was bent on conquering all of Europe and uniting it underneath the Germanic flag of the Nazi Empire. Hitler first had to develop a strategy that would allow him to rebuild the country while also expanding Germany’s size. Due to the atmosphere after WWI many of the western countries powers such as England and France established appeasement…

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  • How Did The Treaty Of Versailles Affect Peace In Europe?

    limiting the number of soldiers in their army, taking away heavy artillery and military and naval forces, restricting the navy, and demilitarizing the Rhineland. The treaty also took away German territory and forced Germany to accept the Covenant of the League of Nations even though it was excluded from the original membership. An article written by a British journalist in 1922 says that the peace was “sowed a thousand seeds from which new wars might spring.” The Treaty of Versailles forced…

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  • How To Write An Essay On The Storm Of Steel

    The Storm of Steel Though it was first believed to be an end to the war, the Battle of the Somme soon became one of the world’s bloodiest military battles in history. The Battle of the Somme was Britain’s first large offensive in World War I, and resulted in millions of deaths within a period of four months. Author Ernst Junger, The Storm of Steel: From the Diary of a German Storm-Troop Officer on the Western Front, was not only a soldier in this battle, but a very respected officer. In his…

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