The Causes of World War One
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World War One (WWI) was unusual and yet dramatic with different points of view. There are various arguments about the causes of WWI with some arguing that it was as a result of German fault whereas others are of the opinions that it was as a result of pressure from the leading superpowers. There are […]

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Assess How Hitler’s Ideology Affected Nazi Foreign
846 words 2 pages

Karl Marx’s maxim that ‘men make their own history… under given and imposed conditions’ has been tainted by several revisionist historians as the catalyst for Hitler’s foreign policy. A. J. P. Taylor even goes on to argue that Hitler was not only continuing a policy of previous German governments but he also believes Hitler can […]

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The Fall of Weimar Republic
5081 words 10 pages

German is one of the great nations of the world that has attained high level of economic, political and social development in the 21st century. In spite of its development and advancement in science and technology, it is also well remembered through history during the First World War. In this paper we are going to […]

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The Versailles Treaty
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Climbing from the Versailles Treaty The Versailles Treaty was commissioned by Great Britain, France, and a defeated Germany. Together they hoped the treaty would stabilize Europe and guarantee another world war would never happen again. However, just over two decades later, once again war engulfed Europe. So, is it logical that the question be asked; […]

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Could the Treaty of Versailles Be Justified at the Time
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The Treaty of Versailles was created to ensure a lasting peace, and to reward the victors of the war; however, was it justified? The Treaty of Versailles was a peace settlement designed by the Allied leaders, the ‘Big Three’- Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau of France, Prime Minister David Lloyd George of Britain and President Woodrow […]

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History Paper
3228 words 7 pages

NO foreign troops in Belgium and restored independence for them as well 8. Germany has to leave all French territory including Laces-Lorraine 9. Italy should be expanded to all areas where people speak Italian, and the territories promised in the London-Treaty 10. Self-determination for the ethnicities in the Status-Hungarian area 1 1. Foreign troops leave […]

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The Causes and Effects of the Treaty of Versailles
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The Treaty of Versailles was a peace treaty, signed on June 28, 1919, to officially end World War I. This treaty required Germany to accept full responsibility for the war. It also forced Germany to pay reparations to various countries that were damaged by the war. Germany was also divided to be controlled by certain […]

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Why the Versailles Treaty Failed to Bring Peace and Stability
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Why the Versailles Treaty failed to bring peace and stability On June 28th 1919, the “Big Three”, Georges Clemenceau, Woodrow Wilson, and David Lloyd George, on behalf of Great Britain, the United States, and France, had formulated a peace treaty called Versailles Treaty to end the four-year-long First Word War, establishing the famous “Versailles System”. […]

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The Successes and Failures of the League of Nations
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During the 1920’s the League of Nations primary desire was to end war across all fronts and to promote international co-operation. Therefore the best criteria that can be used to classify a success, was whether war was avoided and a peaceful settlement formulated after a crisis between two or more nations. Although this aim was […]

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Treaty of Versailles Paper
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The Treaty of Versailles satisfied no-one completely and was quite unfair towards Germany. The treaty was both unfair and vindictive although there is also evidence to the contrary. France was the most pleased with the treaty as since they suffered the greatest casualties and damage they sought revenge and received in the vindictiveness of the […]

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Treaty Of Versailles Argumentative
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The fighting in the world war one stopped on 11 November 1918. this meant different things to different people. To certain it was a relieve after all those years of tiring war. Yet to some, it was pure happiness or joy and pride to have won the war.Now that the fighting had stopped, the peacemakers […]

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What was “appeasement”
1086 words 3 pages

The definition of appeasement is a policy, which is made to keep peace. However, there are many different definitions. Before the Second World War appeasement was a term which meant ‘a way of keeping peace by soothing, quieting and calming. Yet, postwar dictionaries added new meanings to the word. Appeasement came to mean ‘gaining peace […]

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The ways in which Canada, as a nation
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In 1918, at the end of World War One, roughly 60 000 Canadians respectfully lost their lives in order for the safekeeping of millions of women, children and men all around the world. Many people question the loss of all these lives and whether or not it had been a beneficial outcome for Canada. Despite […]

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Assess The View That Chamberlain’s
1006 words 2 pages

During the 1930’s it was becoming increasing clear that Germany was rearming for a war and that Britain should do the same. Germany showed no international negotiations ability by breaking the Locarno and Versailles treaty with the remilitarises of the Rhineland and the invasion of Austria-Hungary. Appeasement was a policy of agreeing to reasonable requests […]

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To what extend did German foreign policy become more openly Nazi rather than purely nationalist in the course of 1938?
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In 1925, many of Hitler’s ideologies and visions for the future were published in his book, Mein Kampf. He spoke of Gross Deutschland, autarky, lebensraum, anti-Semitism and the Aryan race, amongst many other topics. Factors within this may sound perfectly nationalist – for example, Gross Deutschland was the desire to unite all German speaking people […]

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The application of Appeasement to British Foreign policy post World War One remains a highly debated topic amongst historians, mainly regarding the use and reasons for the policy and its ineffectiveness. Appeasement generally refers to ‘The policy of settling disputes by peaceful means and compromise rather than by resort to war’1. It is mostly associated […]

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Hitler’s foreign policy successes between 1936 and 1939 rested on his remarkable tactical skills and ability to exploit his opponents weaknesses.
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It is certain that Hitler’s tactical skills and ability to exploit weaknesses shown by opponents was a key part of his successes from 1936 to 1939. But I don’t agree that they are solely the cause for his successes, more just a part of the overall cause of success.Some of the actions undertaken by Hitler […]

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Describe Wilsons Fourteen points, Why did Congress fail to ratify the Peace Settlement?
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The term ‘Wilson’s Fourteen points’ refers to the ideas enunciated by the USA’s president of 1917 Woodrow Wilson (often described as an idealist). These points were to serve as the framework for the Treaty of Versailles. Wilson started working on his Fourteen Points soon after America joined the First World War in April 1917, and […]

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1991 Irreconcilables Apush Dbq
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1991 DBQ In the aftermath of World War I, during the years 1917-1921, President Wilson advocated the Treaty of Versailles, which called for the principle of self-determination, the formation of a League of Nations, and general amnesty towards Germany, as the solution for peace. However, his unwillingness to compromise led to widespread disagreement. The opposition […]

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To Policy Of Appeasement The Main Cause For
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The policy of appeasement was widely pursued by Britain and France in the 1930s, when it referred to attempting to satisfy Germany’s demands by negotiation and compromise, which would avoid war. However due to its failure the policy of appeasement, to a large extent was responsible for the outbreak of war in 1939. It is […]

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How Did the Versailles Treaty Help Cause WW II
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In 1914, the World War I just started and ended four years later in 1918 but later World War II had just begun. In World War I fought mainly in Western and Eastern with this war caused many deaths. (BGE) With the technology they had machine guns, and gas mask. After a year later they […]

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Ratification Battle in the U.S. over the Treaty of Versailles after WWI
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After the long and deadly First World War, of which the U.S. had been embroiled in for over a year, people were finally ready for their soldiers to come home. Some were even ready for peace. However, many Europeans had lost everything in the war and were not ready for peace. They were ready for […]

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