How the End of WWI Influenced WWII

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How the End of WWI Influenced WWII

Post  CicelyS on Thu Apr 16, 2015 11:47 am

As I have written about previously, World War One ended badly with Germany being the only country blamed. They had a lot on their plate after the war and they economy hit rock bottom. This influenced the beginning of World War II in the sense that because of the way Germany was treated after the War, they were in a very bad place. It was unfair that Germany was completely blamed for starting the war when all countries who participated should have been blamed. The other countries enraged Germans and Hitler, who fought in WWI, decided then and there that he would get revenge for what took place after 1918. This is how Nazi Germany was born, which means that both wars were not only Germany's fault. Although WWII was drastic and deffinitely wrong way to go about things, they had a reason for starting the war, just not what came afterward with concentration camps and such.
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Post  Joshua T on Mon May 04, 2015 3:18 pm

Germany was taken advantage of. Germany would be seeking revenge. When hitler went into power, he started the aggressive actions towards countries in Europe.

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