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Shobha Sexana Grade: 11
        Plz let me introduce about World War 2
8 years ago

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Vijay Luxmi Askiitiansexpert
357 Points
										
Introduction to World War 2



In Europe, the origins of the war are closely tied to the rise of fascism, especially in Nazi Germany. A discussion of how the Nazis came to power is a requisite in this context.



The origins of the Second World War are generally viewed as being traced back to the First World War (1914-1918). In that war Germany under the ultra-nationalistic Kaiser Wilhelm II along with its allies, had been defeated by a combination of the United Kingdom, United States, France, Russia and others.



The war was directly blamed by the victors on the miltant nationalism of the Kaiser's Germany; it was Germany that effectively started the war with an attack on France through Belgium.



France, which had suffered a previous defeat at the hands of Prussia (a state that merged one year later with others to form Germany) in the Franco-Prussian War in 1870, demanded revenge for its financial devastation during the First World War (and its humiliation in the earlier war) ensured that the various peace treaties, specifically the Treaty of Versailles imposed tough financial reparations and restrictions on Germany.



A new democratic German republic, known as the Weimar Republic, came into being. After some success it was hit by hyperinflation and other serious economic problems.



Right wing nationalist elements under a variety of movements, but most notably the Nazi Party of Adolf Hitler, sought to blame Germany's "humiliating" status on the harshness of the post-war settlement, on the weakness of democratic government, and on the Jews, whom it claimed possessed a financial stranglehold on Germany.



Hitler was appointed Reichskanzler (Chancellor) on January 30, 1933, by the aged President von Hindenburg.



Hitler's government exercised much of its power through the special emergency powers possessed by the President under the constitution.
8 years ago
avinash sharma
13 Points
										

hi... As we all knw dat Hitler was influential leader.... tell me wat was the role of Hiltler in this???                   

8 years ago
ankur mehta
13 Points
										

One cannot help but be struck by the consistency between Hitler's words and his actions.


Running through all his writings, speeches, addresses and private conversations was a set of racist and expansionist aims which began to be carried out after 1933 in a number of domestic and foreign policies. While the actions did not always follow the exact sequence of the words, they embodied the substance, and both pointed inexorably eastwards, towards lebensraum and the establishment of a racial empire on east European and Russian soil.

8 years ago
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