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  • Hitler never wanted to go to war against the allies.

    Hitler loved the United Kingdom and the empire, He admired our great heroes like Nelson, and Hitler didn't have much against France either over wise he would have never let the Vichy Government exist. What Hitler wanted to do was to destroy Communism. Agreed that he shouldn't have invaded Poland but the only reason he did so was so that he could get to the Soviet Union. Once Hitler had taken over Poland he set up a central polish government to govern Poland showing that Hitler did not want to destroy Poland either. All that Hitler wanted to do was destroy Communism and that was the Soviet union we should have let him do so as he would have done it, preventing Communism from spreading and ending the evil regime of the communists in China and Russia, and the great effort it would take in conquering Communism and pacifying Russia would have in the end destroyed the Nazi government as the war exhaustion from the German people would have ushered in democracy and a much more stable Europe and world compared to the mess that is left.

  • Hitler never wanted to go to war against the allies.

    Hitler loved the United Kingdom and the empire, He admired our great heroes like Nelson, and Hitler didn't have much against France either over wise he would have never let the Vichy Government exist. What Hitler wanted to do was to destroy Communism. Agreed that he shouldn't have invaded Poland but the only reason he did so was so that he could get to the Soviet Union. Once Hitler had taken over Poland he set up a central polish government to govern Poland showing that Hitler did not want to destroy Poland either. All that Hitler wanted to do was destroy Communism and that was the Soviet union we should have let him do so as he would have done it, preventing Communism from spreading and ending the evil regime of the communists in China and Russia, and the great effort it would take in conquering Communism and pacifying Russia would have in the end destroyed the Nazi government as the war exhaustion from the German people would have ushered in democracy and a much more stable Europe and world compared to the mess that is left.

  • Yes, WW2 Could Have Been Avoided.

    If the Treaty of Versailles had not put such harsh punishments on Germany, then the nation would not have been perfect to be taken over by a dictator. If the League of Nations had not abandoned Germany after they lost a war, let's say they were put under an Allied army occupation until they could pick themselves up from WW1, then Hitler would not have been necessary and since there wouldn't have been anything for him to do, like make the impression that he was really helping to rebuild Germany when in reality he was aiming for world domination, not many, if any, would have followed his beliefs. This could have prevented WW2.

  • It definitely could have...

    I think the the Treaty of Versailles made Germany feel neglected and hated by everyone, which is why the WW2 was made to happen. Another reason is if the League Of Nations had a better handle on the situation, they could have stopped Hitler even before he grew a big army. If these happened, it could have been avoided.

  • IT Could have been avoided! For these reasons

    If The Treaty of Versailles didn't blame Germany, then Germany wouldn't be so powerful. Also, we knew what hitler was doing for a while, and we did nothing about it. If we stopped him while he was building up, then we could have stopped ww2 from happening. The last thing is The League Of Nations should have done way more to prevent from Hitler from even gaining his army.

  • World War II could have been avoided

    Due to the fact that when Hitler was a small boy in the midst of a cold winter he was drowning in a lake. A priest came over and rescued him because he had heard him. Had the priest not heard him Hitler would have died and his beliefs also.

  • Yes the war could have been avoided

    I belive that the war could have been avoided because after pear harbor we didnt have to go jump in it would have been easier to just cont the loses and move on. It wouldnt have dug a bigger hole in the pocket of americans. We wouldnt have spent all of the extra money on troops and wouldnt have had as many deaths. Especially after the great depression.

  • YES! It could have been prevented

    The treaty of Versailles was too harsh on Germany which pissed them off and acted as a catalyst to spark WW2. All because of the aggressiveness of the Africans in the Balkan sea, the 14 points were declined by the European nations. Also, the League of Nations was too weak

  • World War 2 should have never happened

    If we found out Hitler was going to be the leader earlier and we knew what he was planning on doing then we could have stopped him. Then we could have took out Germany earlier and then the world war would have never happens. Its all Germany Foucault. Ff f

  • We are all to blame

    When Hitler first started his reign and we knew what he was doing we could have stopped it quicker then what we did. Then after we did something about it we put all the blame on Germany. I for one think that was not far we are the ones you let it go on for so long.
    If the league of justice worked out ww2 would have never happened.

  • It eventually would have happened.

    I believe that no matter what we would have been brought into World War II. I think that even if the Pearl harbor bombing didn't happen we still would have been brought into this war no matter what. Things were so crazy and there were so many other places that could have attacked us from. I just believe it was impossible for us to avoid this war.

  • World war II couldn't have been avoided.

    I think that World War II or something similar would of eventually happened. We are humans and we fight. I think that even if the Pearl Harbor bombing wouldn't of happened something eventually would have. There were so many things going on at thins time. I just believe that eventually we would have been brought into it no matter how hard we tried.

  • It would happen sooner or later

    Most of people think that with some actions the WWII could be avoided, but the war was part of the Nazi ideology. Hitler wouldn't stop until have his goal, the purification of the world, the murder of everyone they judge impure. Everyone must have the truth knowledge, the Nazi ideology. Adolf one time said “if you want to shine like sun first you have to burn like it.”

  • Neutral but Mostly No

    If WWI didn't happen, than, obviously, WWII wouldn't have happened. But this isn't that debate. If Adolf's father didn't push him to be a political population then, yeah, it probably wouldn't have happened. But, honestly, do you think that we would have thought to duct taped an old mans mouth shut? Nor would we be able to change the old mans way he treated his son.

  • Mostly Neutral, but, No

    If WWI didn't happen than, obviously, it wouldn't have happened. But this isn't the argument. The Treaty of Versailles help Hitler push his views, but Germany would still be angry. Maybe it wouldn't have been as bad. Maybe if Hitlers dad didn't push him to be in a political party. But its doubtful that would change anything.

  • World War 2 should have never happened

    If we found out Hitler was going to be the leader earlier and we knew what he was planning on doing then we could have stopped him. Then we could have took out Germany earlier and then the world war would have never happens. Its all Germany Foucault. Ff f

  • Would've been dragged into it.

    I believe it couldn't be supported because eventually we were dragged into the war by Japan bombing Pearl Harbor. Of course we needed to stand up for ourselves so we ended up fighting back. If we didn't fight back, every other country would see us as vulnerable and we would have been a prime target.

  • Could WW2 Been Avoided? NO!

    I don’t believe that WW2 could have been avoided for multiple reasons.
    First is because of the multiple failures after WW1; such as the Treaty of Versailles, the League of Nations, and the Munich Agreement. These three things, amongst others, were the recipe for disaster. Add a dash of Adolf Hitler and you have got yourself a second World War. Hitler became the voice of the german people who strongly despised the Treaty of Versailles. As he turned Germany into a harsh dictatorship instead of a free democracy, lots of things changed. And it wasn't solely his fault that WW2 came to fruition. There was also the fact of other superpowers, like Great Britain and France turning a blind eye to Hitler’s actions. They instead choose to focus on stopping the spread of Communism to the West which was a good idea for a quick fix, but not long term.
    The League of Nations also played a huge part in starting WW2. What with no army, late reactions to major problems, not staying in contact enough and not letting all countries join, the league was doomed from the start. The Munich Agreement also contributed in the sense that it just prolonged the inevitable. Hitler was bound to invade Czechoslovakia and Poland (and other neighboring countries) it was just a matter of when.
    Finally, when the Japanese bombed the U.S Naval Fleet in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (Dec. 7th, 1941), America had become an active participant in WW2. The only reason they retaliated was because president FDR asked congress to declare War on Japan, might I add. After all, the attack completely devastated the U.S because they were already trying to recover from WW1 and deal with the Great Depression at the same time.
    In conclusion, no, WW2 couldn’t have been avoided because there were too many factors playing a part to ignore.

  • The Treaty of Versailles and The League of Nations

    World War II could have been avoided. If the Treaty of Versailles hadn’t placed all of the blame of WWI on Germany, then Hitler wouldn’t have had any reason to feel so much hatred and determination to get back the land which they lost only because of the treaty. Also, because Germany was so economically damaged after WWI, they needed a leader who would help establish the country again. Hitler was so persuasive that he gained power very quickly. If the treaty hadn’t placed so much blame on Germany, then maybe Hitler wouldn’t have become a dictator like he was. Another thing is, if all countries joined the League of Nations, they could have stopped the war before it even started.

  • No WW II couldn't been avoided!

    The Treaty of Versailles help propelled WWII. This treaty put total blame on German for WWI. Germany was made to pay back the cost. They wanted revenge for this humiliation. This what help put Hitler in place to take power so quickly. In my opinion, WWII was bound to happen sooner or later.


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BlackOpal97 says2015-06-27T11:26:25.777
Yes, but it happen