Germany since ww1 up to ww2 had economic penalties to repay the cost of ww1. This combined with the great depression led to incredible financial misery through Germany and a high inflation rate caused massive instability. In about 1931 in Germany what it would cost you for a house in the morningwould cost you for a loaf of bread on the way home from work. Hitler got into power promising no unemployment. Within 1year about 4 or 5 million out of work Gemans had found jobs mostly associated with remiliaterising Germany. Hitler then embarked on gaining more land for laudesraum "living space" combined with his facist veiws of slavs and Jews and other "undesirables" set about his programme of murderous genocide which after the invasion of Poland, England could sit still no more and declared war on Germany, moe so Hitlers facist regime. Neville Chamberlain declared war on Hitler. Winston Churchill took the reigns in 1940. This is all fact.
Yes, Indirectly. It's believed that he was the reason to start World War 2 but NOT World War 1.
It didn't. It helped start World War 2.
World War Two in Europe
world war 1 started in 1914 and world war 2 started in 1941.1939 in Europe and Asia
in what way did allices help to start world war 1
NO it wasnt that long it was about 10-15 years when world war 2 started AFTER world on 1 . :)
the countries were fighting over toys
Hitler survived world war 1.
It started during World War 2 (the 1939-1945 war).
Please say WHICH World War you are asking about in your question. World War 1 or 2?
Germany invaded Poland on 1 September 1939, which is the official start date of World War 2, not World War 1
No, World War 1 began on 28 July 1914. World War 2 began on 1 September 1939.
The world war 2 started on September 1, 1939 to September 2, 1945.
World War 1: July 28, 1914 World War 2: September 1, 1939
1 September 1939.
September 1, 1939.
1 September 1939
September 1, 1939
1933 between the wars
the Germans losing world war 1 and blaming it on the Jews
world war 1 world war 2 - 1 1 is the answer
Most historians agree that the German invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939, was the event that marked the start of World War 2.
World War 2, with his invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939.