It is easy to blame Hitler for starting the war.
Hitler's aims were aggressive, and he openly stated them in his book "Mein Kampf" in 1924:
-Destroy the Treaty of Versailles.
-Create a Greater Germany (a country of all the German people).
-Lebensraum (living space) to conquer land for Germany in Eastern Europe.
Once he came to power, Hitler set about doing exactly what he had said he would do. For each of his actions between 1935 and 1939, can you see which aim(s) he was fulfilling by undertaking:
-1935 - Rearmament
-1936 - Remilitarisation of the Rhineland
-1938 - Anschluss with Austria
-1938 - The annexation of the Sudetenland
-1939 - The invasion of Czechoslovakia
-1939 - The invasion of Poland
4 factors of war
So it's hard to blame 1 person for World War 2: It could be both Britain, France, Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union who together caused World War 2. All countries had a factor in the main cause of World War 2.
Hindenburg representing the citizens of Germany in their failure to have the army take steps to control the SA and the SS and their fanatical leader Herr Wolf of Berchtesgaden.
Suggestions of neglect on the part of the Allies who ultimately had to bear the burden of the war, are puny beside the aggression and provocation from Germany.
Is seems to be a characteristics of those who start wars never to actually declare war. Why would they?
First the treaty of Versailles in which all blame for the first World War was blamed all on Germany. Ridiculous war reparations sent the German economy into a horrible depression.
Next the rise of Adolf Hitler, who The British P.M. compromised with again and again, instead of taking action.
Finally the Fanatical Nationalism and Imperialism, in the instance of Japan wanting to conquer the entire Pacific.
The treaty of Versailles blamed Germany for World War 1. Not World War 2.
Hitler wanted someone to blame for the loss of world war one and he blamed the Jews
because he invaded other countries
The Germans were to blame
Yes, the blame for World War 2 rests primarily with Germany and Japan. They made the decision to start a war of aggression.
because they killed a lot of people
NO Mussolini as well
It depends on which war. If you are asking about World War 1, I would say no. I think Austria-Hungary should get most of the blame. In World War 2, I would say Germany was to blame, but I will also add that other countries were headed for war anyway regardless of anything that Germany did.
No. Several events were responsible for the outbreak of World War II, including World War I. Hitler was involved, but the blame can't be placed on him.
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
Germany was forced to take all the blame for World War I as dictated in the Treaty of Versailles.
It wasn't Hitler to blame, it was the greedy jews trying to steal Germany's money. Silly Jews.
The 1937 incursion by Japan into China marks the start of WW2.
he was a dictatorhe killed jewshe was meanhe had contion tration camps were where
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the Germans started the second world war. blame Adolf Hitler