What were the basic causes of world war2​


What were the basic causes of world war2​

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The answer is B if your on plato.

1: Tension in Europe, and imperial ambitions.

2: Strong ideals and imperial ambitions.

3: Germany wished to make the Aryan race all powerful with others as lower beings, while Italy mainly wished to recreate the Roman Empire.

4: A sort of government and ideal that focuses on helping the state in order to become powerful.

5: Britain (and colonies), U.S.A., Soviet Union, France, and other smaller countries that either got invaded or jut played a smaller role.

6: Japan, Germany, Italy, and other smaller countries such as Finland.

7: Adolf Hitler

8: For the most part Winston Churchill

9:Harry Truman, and Dwight D. Eisenhower

10:Hirohito and Hideki Tojo, Captain Mitsuo Fuchida

11:Poland, and later Belgium.

12: Mein Kampf

13: Ceding a part of Czechoslovakia to Germany, that Hitler was a threat.

14: Poland

15: Molotov-Ribbentrop pact

16: Parts of Poland, and assurance of peace between the two nations

17: Germany invaded the Soviets anyways.

18: Appeasement

19: Continue to make demands

20: Blitzkrieg (lightning war)

21: France

23: Homeland advantage, and better air-force.

24: Kept Britain in the war allowing the invasion of Normandy

25: Began a war on three fronts, spreading the Nazis thin

28: The Holocaust, (second answer?)

29: A powerful Germany where Aryans ruled

30: Nazi ideals and extremism, also false blame

1: Tension in Europe, and imperial ambitions.

2: Strong ideals and imperial ambitions.

3: Germany wished to make the Aryan race all powerful with others as lower beings, while Italy mainly wished to recreate the Roman Empire.

4: A sort of government and ideal that focuses on helping the state in order to become powerful.

5: Britain (and colonies), U.S.A., Soviet Union, France, and other smaller countries that either got invaded or jut played a smaller role.

6: Japan, Germany, Italy, and other smaller countries such as Finland.

7: Adolf Hitler

8: For the most part Winston Churchill

9:Harry Truman, and Dwight D. Eisenhower

10:Hirohito and Hideki Tojo, Captain Mitsuo Fuchida

11:Poland, and later Belgium.

12: Mein Kampf

13: Ceding a part of Czechoslovakia to Germany, that Hitler was a threat.

14: Poland

15: Molotov-Ribbentrop pact

16: Parts of Poland, and assurance of peace between the two nations

17: Germany invaded the Soviets anyways.

18: Appeasement

19: Continue to make demands

20: Blitzkrieg (lightning war)

21: France

23: Homeland advantage, and better air-force.

24: Kept Britain in the war allowing the invasion of Normandy

25: Began a war on three fronts, spreading the Nazis thin

28: The Holocaust, (second answer?)

29: A powerful Germany where Aryans ruled

30: Nazi ideals and extremism, also false blame



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