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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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Q: Was World War 2 an inevitable conclusion to World War 1?
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