The events that led up to WWII are nearly all directly linked to what happened in WWI. The Treaty of Versailles leftpaying reparations to other countries for what they did, and it left them with military restrictions (in fact, at the onset of WWII, Hitler had to completely recreate their once great Navy). It took a very large portion of their agricultural lands, which made it hard for Germany to pay off the debt. By the time all reparations were paid, Germany felt a boom in their economy, and then the U.S. took away their support, which once again left Germany alienated. In the time after WWI, Hitler had joined (initially as a spy) a German Working Man's party. His extremist views and enthusiasm quickly escalated him to leader of this party. The short boom in economy Germany had felt left the people of Germany unwilling to listen to extremist views, which dissolved Hitler's party as well as several others. With the now slowly breaking economy, Hitler took his chance and used his extremist views to eventually take control of the country. Hitler succeeded Hindenburg as leader of Germany on August 19, 1934.
The European countries underestimated the extent of Hitler's ambitions. He was well respected for single-handedly recreating the German economy, and no one thought he would actually spark another World War, especially after the horrible aftermath of the first. They were wrong. Britain andboth caved to Hitler's demands initially at the Munich Conference; they gave him back lands that had large German populations. The reason they caved in was, for one, Britain and France wouldn't stand up to Germany without the support of the other. Both of them were fearful of another World War, especially France, which had taken heavy casualties during that time. Hitler then began to re-militarize Germany, beginning with the rearmament of its citizens. He then re-militarized Rhineland, which had been free of military presence since WWI. By re-militarizing Rhineland, Hitler was able to put his military directly on the border of France. Once again, Britain and France wouldn't stand up to him without the support of the other; in truth, they could easily have defeated the small army of 30,000 men.
Hitler invaded the, making it all the way to Moscow before being stopped by Russian forces. Hitler knew of impending war and so he allied himself with the Soviet Union, which not only gave him more force but also gave him resources, which in the Soviet Union were plentiful. Again, this was good for Germany because of impending war. Hitler didn't want to be fighting Britain and France in the south and the Soviet Union in the east. The final act that truly started the war was when
the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany attacked neutral Poland, which forced both France and Britain to come to Poland's aid.
What events led up to the Vietnam war
It was the spark that led to World War 1.
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was the main event that led up to the outbreak of World War 1.
One of the events that led to The Revolutionary War is the closing of the Boston Harbor.
what three events led to united states entry into the war
Events of 1911 that led to World War 1 include the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife by a Serbian. The tension between Austria-Hungary and Russia and Serbia led to it.
The events that led to World War 2 was: We treated Germany badly, they had to take full blame of WW 1, and the had a depression and Hitler came to power
it was the holocoust. when everyone blamed the Jews for the black plague.
one of them was the bombing of pearl harbor.
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The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife.
The Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941.
Nationalism, Militarism, Allies and Imperialism
What time and which place? There were a lot of battles in World War 2.
The Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand started the chain of events that that led to war in August of 1914.
of Versailles? the first world war and assasination of franz Ferdinand
the assasination of arch duke Franz Ferdinand and the British blockade
The Sinking of the Lusitania and the Zimmerman telegram.
the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and wife
The main trigger was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
The assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife initiated the immediate series of events that led to World War I.
The short answer is: the cold war was the tension that arose between the Soviet Union and the United States after World War II. Many events during and after the war contributed to it.
In the 1930s,a worldwide depression severly tested the ability of many government to provide for their citizens.The problem that were not solved after world war I eventually led to new alliances in Europe.
Many events led to world war1 but the main event that started the war was when archduke Franz Ferdinand of austria-Hungary was assassinated by a serbian terrorist Many events led to world war1 but the main event that started the war was when archduke Franz Ferdinand of austria-Hungary was assassinated by a serbian terrorist
Well a main reason was to revenge for the destruction at Pearl Harbor.
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