On November 11th 1918(the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month), the First World War officially ended. So this day Allies (France, Britain and USA) had a great joy. However not all the nations had fall in gladness. On this day nations of Germany had to feel anger and frustration. Also they had agreed (Armistice) to stop fighting during the terms of peace were consulted. Germany signed the armistice on 11th of November in1918, which was the day that the First World War ended. At first Germany believed that the Treaty of Versailles was similar as Woodrow Wilson’s 14 points. Reason why they thought it would be similar is because his points were designed to end the war peacefully and to treat the Germany in a fair way. However
World War 2 started on 3 September 1939. Although there were many cause for the war, like the failure of the Treaty of Versailles, threat of communism, and appeasement. Hitler and the Nazi party were the main cause, they were linked with all other causes, making them stand out as the ‘main cause’. Everything that had happened after World War 1; the Treaty of Versailles, the Great Depression, Communism and Fascism, all helped Hitler gain trust from the Germans, as he said he would ‘make Germany great again’. Starting another world war within 20 years of the ‘war that was meant to end all wars’.
The Treaty of Versailles left Germany in shambles, humiliated and broken, with an unstable economy. As a result, many Germans wanted revenge and held intense resentment towards the Allied Powers. Eventually, this plunged German into a state of desperation, where people were willing to follow anyone to lead them out of darkness. This led to the rise of Adolf Hitler, who was able to persuade Germans to free Germany from the “chains of Versailles”, where his many speeches mainly blamed the provisions of the treaty with responsibility of Germany’s many problems. Hitler’s mind-set and determination, along with the support of Germans, to make Germany into a stronger nation once again led to WWII and attempts to revoke the treaty.
Between the years of 1914 and 1918, tragedy spread widely across the globe as an event called World War I was responsible for killing over 17 million people in Europe. The feuding sides of the Allies and the Central Powers hoped to end all wars by creating an agreement titled the Treaty of Versailles, but the Treaty failed as World War II was soon to start within the next two decades. The Treaty eventually took an opposing turn and was a contributing factor towards the start of World War II due to the claims that Germany was responsible for every act in World War I. Although the Treaty of Versailles was not the initial cause of the start of World War II, it helped to cause the war through the notions that the treaty removed too much of Germany’s gained territories, it deprived Germany of its military, it severely restricted Germany economically, and it caused Germany to feel guilty towards the war.
World War II began in 1914 and lasted until 1918. It was a war for power and is known as the Great War. But what caused such a war? It so happens that the Treaty of Versailles, which ended World War I, was actually the force that drove World War II. The Treaty of Versailles produced German anger and humiliation, sowing the seeds for World War II.
Hitler involved himself in The First World War and was very passionate about his Love for Germany and its purity. Hitler did not want to see Germany lose. Then because of this, after The First World War Hitler had become outraged by Germany surrendering and he desperately wanted a different ending. Therefore, Hitler was the leading cause in the making of The Second World War. The three most important aspects that helped Hitler win over the German people and start The Second World War was The Treaty of Versailles, the economic struggle of Germany, and his own family struggles.
The Treaty of Versailles is one of the main reasons Hitler rose to power. It saw Germany face territorial losses, reparations of the damaged, which were caused by the war, and is known to be the blame for starting World War I. It provided a rich material for Hitler to use to gain support of the people.
Hitler being the chancellor of Germany, convinced his people that nationalism and having their race being ideal was the only way to rebuild Germany. German people listened to Hitler’s ideas because this was their only hope to making their country
A lot of American students have the mistaken impression that World War II was caused by the Holocaust; that 's the Nazi persecution of European Jews. But, that 's definitely not the right answer. Before we can even begin to discuss the causes of WWII, we need to go back to World War I. People across the world had said that the Great War, as it was called at the time, was 'the war to end all wars. ' At its conclusion, the punishing Treaty of Versailles was supposed to have rendered Germany completely impotent.
Germany was ruled by the Nazi party from 1939 until the end of world war 2 in 1945.Adolf Hitler was a German politician who was the leader of the National Socialist Workers ' Party and Führer of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945. Hitler had imposed many new laws and policies, which could be treated as beneficial or disadvantageous, depending the group you belonged to (men, women, children, farmers, ect.) Germany was still suffering economically from the Great Depression and emotionally from the Treaty of Versailles. Both of these significant events left Germany in a state of bankruptcy, which left to 6 million people in Germany unemployed. Hitler and the Nazi party used this to their advantage by appealing to the working class of people.
The aforementioned international factors had great impact towards the start of the war. The treaty of Versailles caused the population to become poverty stricken, unsatisfied, and unhappy with their lives. This, in turn, led to a climate that cultivated leaders such as Hitler. After this, the Failure of the League of Nations simply gave more momentum to to the rising leader of Germany. Finally, the Munich Agreement and its failed appeasement of Hitler, gave him the territory and power necessary to catapult all countries into the beginning of the war.
The average German worker had supported Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party because both Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party had appealed to what the average German workers had wanted. After World War I, Germany had experienced a hyperinflation as a result of all the war reparations. The entire German population had become crazed as they were trying to make money in order to purchase food and other basic necessities.
Furthermore, Hitler used this economic policies mainly in terms of military under the idea of ‘guns before butter’. With the increased government income due to the