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Causes of WWII

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Identify and analyze two causes of World War II. Use historical examples to support your answer.

Of the various causes of World War II, which do you think was the most important and why? How did World War II impact the world.

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Two major causes of World War II were:

1. Germany's invasion of Poland. Germany's invasion of Poland caused Britain and France to declare war on Germany in 1939.

2. The Treaty of Versailles. This treaty included a War Guilt Clause (from WWI) that placed the blame for the war on Germany. It required Germany to pay reparations for damage caused by ...

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