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Answered 2011-10-02 01:49:51

The Saar did not cause World War 2. It was returned peacefully to Germany after a plebiscite (referendum) in 1935.

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What the hell are you smoking?!?!?!?!

YES. it was the main cause.

because is the one who cause the world war 2

Nothing ´cause there is only 2 wars in all the World.

oil was not the cause of world war 2. German nationalisim and beliefs of imperialistic domination of all Europe feueled by Adolf Hitler's government was the cause.

It can be anything which isn't an cause of WW2 in europe. e.g. Invasion of USSR or Battle of Berlin wasn't an cause of WW2, It was an event in world war 2.

The Lend Lease Act did not cause or help cause World War 2. It helped the Brits during the Battle of Britain and Battle of the Atlantic. The war was cause by Adolf Hitler and the Japanese.

cause: more than 10 countries to be at war Effect: U.s. is feared around the world

They did not start the war it was the Germans

He caused World War 2 and the Holocaust.

1.Militarism 2.Nationalism

No, he did not because Lenin had died in 1924 and World War 2 did not start until 1939.

Religion, intolerance, scapegoating, and dissatisfaction with the interference into Germany after World War I

You can say Hitler caused WW2, but not WW1.

no but Hitler was involved as a soldier in world war 1. he did cause world WA 2 though

Possibly but if there was a third world war it is highly unlikely that the second world war would be the cause.

Yes, World War 2 does justify its cause. Neville Chamberlain had said to Adolf Hitler that if you invade Poland there will be War. Of course, Hitler ignored this and England's prime minister at the time then declared war.

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