The War Of The World War I

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War arises due to the ever changing relationships between several conditions. it is never provoked by one sole cause; be it social, economic, cultural, opposing interests, etc… But it is rather caused by an amalgamation of these particular concepts, trends, movements, or policies. Peace is an equipoise amidst these countless forces, and at any particular time, any of these changes in forces, trends, or movements, can make for war, while at other times they make for peace. Post World War One Germany felt the need to redeem its sovereignty from their great loss in World War One, and to also assert their dominance to the rest of the world. It was already on thin ice, and if it were to be broken for any reason, it would cause humankind’s…show more content…
The two opposing powers were the Allied forces; predominantly Great Britain (led by Neville Chamberlain initially, then Sir Winston Churchill), Russia (led by Josef Stalin), and the USA (initially by President Franklin Roosevelt then by President Harry Truman) and The Axis Powers; mainly Nazi Germany (led by Adlof Hitler), Fascist Italy (led by Benito Mussolini who was Prime Minister and Victor Emmanuel the Third who was King of Italy and the supreme head, with Mussolini, of the Royal Italian Army) , and Japan (led by Hirohito, the Emperor, and Hideki Tojo, the Prime Minister). The Axis powers were brought together through the contradiction towards the Allied Forces and the Soviet
Union in order to become a master race and dominate Europe. Adolf Hitler was elected Chancellor/Führer/Leader of Germany in 1933, Adolf Hitler lead the Nazi party with an ideology of “racial superiority, nationalism, and destruction of all who opposed them”. The ramifications of WW1, the Treaty of Versailles in particular, inhibited Germany’s capabilities (on an ambassadorial level), and subsequently, during the 1930s, the Nazis, under Hitler’s jurisdiction, failed to follow the laws that had been laid down in 1919 by the allied forces, and when the Nazis invaded Poland in September 1939, France and Britain officially declared war on Germany.
What followed was six years of utter upheaval. One of Hitler’s predominant aims as Fuhrer of Germany was
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