To What Extent Were The Consequences Of Wwi The Causes Of Wwii

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History

 

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Elizabeth A

 

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March 10, 2015

 

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University

 

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The outcomes were the signing of the Treaty of Versailles and the foundation of the League of Nations in 1919. Despite the inherently weak attempts to prevent a repetition of WW1, twenty years later, WWII broke out upon the invasion of Poland by Germany. Although exploding from a seemingly unrelated motive, the origins of WWII can be traced back to the aftermath of the First World War...
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Although exploding from a seemingly unrelated motive, the origins of WWII can be traced back to the aftermath of the First World War. The harshness of the treaty of Versailles and the economic instability which WW1 was responsible for, lead to a series of events which heavily complemented by independent factors such as European foreign policy, accumulated and eventually exploded into The Second World War...
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