Causes And Consequences Of World War II

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Of all the wars that the world has seen happen, none have been more catastrophic than the terrible world war II. But what were the causes of this war? There were many causes to World War II, although there were four true causes: anger over the Versailles Treaty, Fascism and its increase in the European countries, and the nitrous goals of Adolf Hitler combined with the isolationism of America and Britain from war. With all of these main causes combined together, the will create the most devastating war that the world has ever seen. The first cause that started the deadly cycle of World War II was the incredible rage that the Versailles Treaty ignited. Germany was more than likely the angriest over two things. One were the many territorial losses that they had encountered as a result of the treaty. Giving Poland access to the ocean split Germany’s land into two parts, the main part of Germany and a small portion to the North of the Danzig. Another country that was highly angered over the passing of Versailles Treaty was Italy. They were upset because they thought that the land that they were given as a payment for their efforts in the Allied forces fight against Germany did not make up for the cost of the war, nor did it improve their eagerness to grow. The final country that was upset over the ruling of the Versailles Treaty was Japan. They were also a benefactor over Germany and wanted control over China as reward for their contribution to the war. This, however, did not

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