Neither war was inevitable. Much of the mess left by World War 1 and the ensuing peace made a re-match a distinct possibility, but disaster might have been averted by more far-sighted policy and co-operation to prevent the 1930s economic meltdown.
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the ar between Britain and Germany was inevitable because there was no reason for it
The conclusion of the World War One was that Germany had to give the Allies money to pay for all the damages to their countries.
Germany was humiliated.
Yes. The Treaty that ended World War I didn't resolve any of the conflicts that helped create the war and made new ones because of its clauses.
World War 1 and the Korean War are the ONLY major wars of the 20th Century that were ENDED by an "Armistice."
The weapons used in World War 1 will change the way that war is fought forever. How? By increasing the danger rate and the death toll.
For most Germans, victory in World War 1 was a foregone conclusion. This added to the insult of the perceived harsh terms of the Treaty of Versailles.
I assume you are referring to the treaties at the end of World War 1, namely the Treaty of Versailles. Technically, that is debatable, but most historians agree that the terms of the Treaty of Versailles made a second world war much more probable than it would have been otherwise. Basically, yes, they did make it inevitable.
The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand is the spark that began the chain events that resulted in World War 1. However, tensions, alliances, and arms races made a large scale war almost inevitable regardless of the spark that ignited it.
The Korean War was ended by an Armistice signed in 1953. Korea and World War 1 were the only wars ended by an Armistice in the 20th Century.
The US emerged as a world power in world war 1 first when its economy outgrew that of the other nations due to peace within its borders before entering the war. It happened again when its entry into the war caused a speedy conclusion and victory for the Allies.
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The four were Russia, Great Britain, France, and the USA.
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Total war extended to the sea, and German submarine attacks brought the U.S. into the war. The combined industrial might of Britain and the U.S. doomed the Central Powers to an inevitable defeat.
There were tons of alliances made that caused ww1. Alliances made countries stronger.
china was in world war 1 because it was a WORLD WAR that would mean it was a war of our world.........
It was in 1920 that women gained the right to vote with the Nineteenth Amendment, and World War I ended in November 1918, so I would think around the same time.
Level of Analysis 1. Individual 2. Domestic 3. Systemic In the case of the outbreak of the Cold War this would be: 1. Stalin & Truman 2. Soviet Unions weakness due to World War II, and ideological issues 3. A multipolar world prior to World War II was turned into a bipolar one, making competition among the two inevitable
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World War 1: 1914 World War 2: September 1, 1939