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Was Hitler alone the cause of world war two?- essay title summerised answer: only partly, due to other reasons such as the Treaty of Versailles, The Great Depression and more.
While there is much debate in the historical community about the actual causes of World War II, about who was responsible, what might have prevented it, or what exactly went wrong, there is a strong desire to understand it. Could it be that only one person was the cause of such an enormous event? This essay will explain why it was not Hitler alone that caused the 2nd World War.
One of the major causes of the War was the Treaty of Versailles. The Treaty of Versailles had further effects than the crippling of German military power and economy. It was an insult, which the Germans could not o…
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- Was Hitler alone the cause of world war two?- essay title summerised answer: only partly, due to other reasons such as the Treaty of Versailles, The Great Depression and more.
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