WHY DID WAR BREAK OUT IN EUROPE IN 1939?
Historians have suggested many reasons for the outbreak of the Second World War, yet there is no single reason why the war broke out.
One reason why the war broke out in 1929 is that the Treaty of Versailles solved nothing. Because Germany suffered huge reparations from the First World War and the loss of land simply helped to justify Hitler and the aggression which he showed. The Treaty was unjust and unfair on Germany. They were also angry at CLAUSE 231, the paragraph which blamed the war solely on Germany. The Germans were also angry about the reductions in their army. They claimed that…
- Life in England and France in the 14th century was full of unrest and uncertainty. The effects of war, disease (bubonic plague) and famine led to huge deaths in Europe.
- What were the advantages and disadvantages of Nazi rule for the German people up to 1939?
- WHY DID WAR BREAK OUT IN EUROPE IN 1939?
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