To what extent was World War II Hitler`s war?
The second World War can be considered “Hitler`s war” due to Adolf Hitlers responsibility and actions that caused the war. He had an enormous impact and role on many events such as secretly increasing the size fo the army,which made World War 2 possible. On the other hand, the failure of the League of Nations and defects in the Treaty of Versailles also triggered the outbreak of the war. It gave Hitler many oppurtunities to support his ambitions and policies. Hitlers Plan that could only be followed through with the help of mistakes such as the appeasement. It can also be argued that it was rather Germany than Hitler`s war as their reaction to World War 1.Many factors affected the outbreak of the War, in many of them Hitler was involved and in which he took advantage of. Britain and France, which stimulated Hitler to his aggression and want for world domination. He definetily was a provoker, though cannot be given the whole responisbility for causing the War as he took advantage of many failures, which helped him.
Hitler`s long-term Planning before he rose to power, is a clear indicator of his intentions for world domination. His clear intention for world domination. When he came to power in January 1933 he immediately started to build up Germany`s army again. This increased very quickly and simultaneously communism expanded in the Country. With the country under his power he began to expand. He promised that Anschluss was the end of his plans of expanding. He said that he did not want to begin another War. He though lied and invaded Czechoslovakia by 1939. After this, in the same year, Hitler invaded Poland. This causing great tension within Europe as he conquered Eastern Europe with much force by ignoring many policies. He rearmed, which ment that the only way of stopping Hitler, was war. Therefore he caused the Situation that the only way of stopping Hitler of becoming more powerful and eventually dominate...
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