TO WHAT EXTENT DID THE RESULTS OF WW1 INFLUENCE THE OUTBREAK OF WW2?

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Thomas S

 

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February 8, 2013

 

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To what extent did the results of WW1 determine the outbreak of another, big war ~20 years later? MAIN BODY: 1) Germany ? felt embittered & humiliated ? harsh peace treaty: ? lost Alsace-Lorraine, Polish corridor, Gdansk (free city), colonies ? occupation of Rhineland ? forced disarmament, army significantly diminished ? war indemnities – 6,600 mln pounds ? Versailles, where on 29...
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position of country & change the treaty terms was welcomed... that’s why Hitler came to power & was to approved of +nasizm ? Germany, although weakened, was not totally “destroyed” (treaty too leniant to contrain her) – still an important European partner, one of the potentially strongest ones 2) Italy ? did not get what she was promised during the secret Treaty of London in May 1915 (Trentino, tyrol, Trieste, Istria, North Dalmatia & some colonies in Africa...
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