How did World War 1 lay the foundation for World War 2?
WWI was a basis for WWII in part because of the Treaty of Versailles. This treaty was harsh toward the Germans. They resented it. Hitler, as Germany's Chancellor, broke all the points in the treaty.
Everyone disliked Germany because of WW1. In Germany there arose a conspiracy theory that claimed that the country had been 'betrayed' by Communists and the Jews. This 'stab-in-the-back' legend was used by German nationalists and the German military to cover up their failure. Hitler used this conspiracy to destabilize the new republic.
What harsh conditions imposed by the Treaty of Versailles after World War 1 most directly laid the foundation for another war?
Experiments for developing Cruise Missiles go as early back as 1916 when Lawrence Sperry developed and patented an 'aerial torpedo' that carried a TNT charge and was auto-pilot. The Cruise Missile as we know today was developed by Germany during World War 2. The V-1, worked on a gyroscopic guidance system and sustained a simple pulse-jet engine. Even though the accuracy was fairly inadequate, V-1 lay the foundation to Cruise Missiles.
US and world were imported greatly by world war 1. World war 1 involved the world, so you could see the import it had on world just by the name of the war (which is world war 1 in case you didn't know). Further analysis would lead one to discover that US is in world and thus also a part of world war 1. Hopefully this has helped you understand the import of world war…
The causes of World War 1, which began in central Europe in late June 1914, included intertwined factors, such as the conflicts and hostility of the four decades leading up to the war. militarism, alliances, imperalism, and national played major roles in the conflict as well. However, the immediate origins of the war lay in the decisions taken by statesmen and generals during the Crisis of 1914, casus belli for which was the assasination of…