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  • Author:
    Stewart Ross
  • ISBN:
    0237513773
  • ISBN13:
    978-0237513771
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    Evans Brothers (August 1, 1995)
  • Pages:
    80 pages
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    Europe
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This series examines aspects of the two World Wars in detail. It looks at their origins, the battle fronts. Series: Causes & Consequences.

This series examines aspects of the two World Wars in detail. Publisher: Evans Brothers (August 1, 1995). ISBN-13: 978-0237513771. Product Dimensions: . x . x 1. inches.

The First and Second World Wars were two of the most catastrophic events of the 20th century. This book is part of The World Wars series.

The first world war itself sowed the seeds for Second World War, primarily because of the humiliating Treaty of Versailles. We shall see the causes and consequences of the Second World War (WWII) in this post. Know more about WWII. The Two Groups: Allies vs Axis Powers. Causes of Second World War(1939-1945). 1) Humiliation by the Treaty of Versailles. The provision for disarming Germany. Saar coal mine to France for 15 years.

Historians from many countries gave deep attention to the causes of World War II. Leading themes include the political takeover in 1933 of Germany by Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party, which ruthlessly promoted an aggressive foreign policy in violation. Leading themes include the political takeover in 1933 of Germany by Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party, which ruthlessly promoted an aggressive foreign policy in violation of the Versailles Treaty of 1919, Japanese militarism against China, Italian aggression against Ethiopia, and the success of Germany in forming an agreement with the Soviet Union in August 1939 to divide up Eastern Europe.

Series: Causes and Consequences. Library Binding: 80 pages. This is an excellent book for anyone wishing to know more about the second world war - it is clear, interesting, well illustrated and informative. Publisher: Heinemann/Raintree (October 1, 1995). An ideal book for pupils studying at school, but also for those more mature readers who need a good introduction to the subject.

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When World War II ended in 1945, most of Europe lay in ruins. German cities like Dresden and Hamburg had practically been cremated from day-and-night Allied fire-bombings. Warsaw had been almost leveled to the ground by the Germans. The classical-liberal world of individual rights, private property and civil liberty had died in World War I. Every one of the cherished and hard-won freedoms of the 19th century were sacrificed on the altar of winning victory in that war. And when the war was over, liberty, as it turned out, was the ultimate victim.

Any consideration of the causes of World War II must proceed from the fact that the development of global military conflict between 1939 and . For World War I, estimates of total deaths range from nine million to over sixteen million.

Any consideration of the causes of World War II must proceed from the fact that the development of global military conflict between 1939 and 1945 followed by only twenty-five years the first global military conflict, which occurred between 1914 and 1918. Another two million military deaths were caused by accidents, disease and the effect of POW camp incarceration.

This series examines aspects of the two World Wars in detail. It looks at their origins, the battle fronts, life at home and in the war zones, the technical developments, the peace and the aftermath. Containing many contemporary photographs, this volume investigates the origins - covering the Treaty of Versailles, poverty and depression in Germany in the 1920s and 30s, the rise of Hitler to power and the Blitzkreig invasions of Poland, Belgium, France and later, Russia. It also looks at the role of Japan in bringing the USA into the war, the gradual turning of the tide to D-Day in June 1944 and the final Allied victory a year later. Stewart Ross has also written "A Saxon Farmer" and "Columbus and the Age of Exploration".