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  • Yes, it was.

    As someone who often follows historical events and is a bit of a history buff, I can say with certainty that the events of World War II were at the sole fault of the German nation and the German people. If they had gotten over World War I, WWII would not have happened.

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  • Hitler was far too ambitious, he pushed forward although it was uncalled for.

    If it were not for Hitler, there would not have been a war to begin with. Due to his expansionist policies which led him to want more and more, it triggered the war to happen. Many countries were unhappy with him for having to invade and cause unrest in the various nations. Hitler had a deep passion to lead Germany to become "great again", hence pushed forward with his expansionist policies.

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  • Treaty of Versailles

    If the treaty of Versailles was not as harsh, the German people would not have been as angry and therefore not given Hitler enough support in the war, and he would not have enough motivation. This means that the war was caused by the Allies ignorance and inability to think ahead.

  • Hitler is the blame.

    Many people have came up to me and have asked this question. I have always wanted to research this question up because I wanted to find out the truth behind it. Well, here is the truth from many knowledgeable historians. "We have . . . Cited several reasons for this [blame]. Hitler was the one who initially invaded Poland against the recommendation of the [A]llies, and also attacked the Soviet Union" (Historiography of World War II). Hitler is the one who just didn't care about anyone. Here is my philosophical view towards this of why he never cared about anyone. He never cared about anyone because his father never allowed him to go on the journey of being an artist. He dreamed of himself as an artist but, his dream never accomplished. I believe this is what caused him to be triggered in an absolute power fashion."Another reason, historians saw, is that the policies of Hitler were overly aggressive". Like stated in the earlier quote, he never took advice from the Allies letting them know what his next action will be.Hitler was the same Hitler until his death."Before Hitler died, He stated this quote,"It is untrue that I, or anyone else in Germany, wanted the war in 1939 [and] "[i]t was desired and instigated solely by those international statesmen who were either of Jewish descent or worked for Jewish interests"(Hitler 1)" (Historiography of World War II). Here's our proof. He stated it with his own mouth that he was blaming the poor Jews for this Second World War. This is just crazy because they never did anything except to suffer and live in poverty.

  • Yes it was

    I think it was the Germans fault because before, they had signed agreements , saying they wouldn't invade any countries but after, as Hitler wanted to extend his empire, they continued to invade Poland, Austria, Rhineland, Czechoslovakia etc. This lead into WW2 because he betrayed the counties- but it wouldn't have happened if he didn't.

  • Who can forget Pearl Harbor?

    December 7, 1941 was a day that will live in infamy. If Germany had have been a peaceful nation by 1939, Japan would have still been ready for war. Plus there was Mussolini down in Italy So no, WWII was not entirely the Germans fault. They got help from Italy and Japan.

  • Everyone is Involved

    No it wasn't just the German's fault because there were previous events (like the Treaty of Versailles) that angered Germany and provoked them to get revenge against all who have placed Germany in a bad place (at the end of WWI). All countries involved did something significant that commenced WWII.

  • No because WWI caused WWII

    As most historians will agree WWII arose mainly from the consequences of the Great War. WWI was caused by a multitude of reasons, including the nationialsm, militarism, and the complex web of treaties that insured that every major power in Europe would be involved if war was declared. The Germans are not completly to blame for WWI, but they do share some of the blame. As for WWII, the unequal and unrealistic treaties that ended the war cripled and humiliated an already hurting Germany. The Germans experienced the worse of the Great Depression following these unequal treaties, and therefore reacted the most radically and desperatly. WWII was caused by the Germans, but it was also caused by the unwillingness of the Allies to create a lasting peace through Giving Germany a chance.

  • No, we can all share blame.

    After World War I, Germany was in really bad shape. There was little done by the international community to help rebuild, and that situation is part of why Hitler gained popularity and was able to sway so many people to his side. As he grew in power and started to take action, little was done to counteract him by the international community.

  • No because WWI caused WWII

    As most historians will agree WWII arose mainly from the consequences of the Great War. WWI was caused by a multitude of reasons, including the nationalism, militarism, and the complex web of treaties that insured that every major power in Europe would be involved if war was declared. The Germans are not completely to blame for WWI, but they do share some of the blame. As for WWII, the unequal and unrealistic treaties that ended the war crippled and humiliated an already hurting Germany. The Germans experienced the worse of the Great Depression following these unequal treaties, and therefore reacted the most radically and desperately. WWII was caused by the Germans, but it was also caused by the unwillingness of the Allies to create a lasting peace through Giving Germany a chance.

  • Not entirely, no.

    While World War II was very much the fault of the German nation in a number of ways, it is not fair to solely rest the blame on them for every aspect of the entire war. There were a variety of other factors at play leading to World War II.

  • The Treaty of Versailles after WWI is way too Harsh

    After Treaty of Versailles, the German is broken into pieces. Even John Maynard Keynes call it Carthaginian peace, The German people who live in Poland is constant harass by the Polish government. German economic after World War II was so bad, that people are not able to fulfill their daily needs, because that Hitler and Nazi come to the spotlight. .

  • It was the germans that started it

    But they were not the sole cause, here's why, after ww1 the treaty of Versailles had constricted the German empire to a very basic and small army the German people themselves didn't like this and started pressuring the government into slowly and passively re-arming themselves, around the same time the Bolshevism in Russia was starting to scare the German people because the Russians were starting to strongly influence other country's into siding with them and push there ideology further and further to Germany, in fact the Russians planned to go all the way and conquer Europe. Meanwhile other superpowers were coming out of a pretty much global economic depression witch the bigger the country the bigger the effect, so a lot of the superpowers were in a pretty bad mood and started to stretch and rub up against one another and test there boundrys then Germany decided to test the water and invaded Poland and then dove head first because they still weren't happy with the humiliation of ww1 and wanted to show that they couldn't be put out of the race with a simple treaty
    Now you can argue that they still started it, witch is true but they are not the sole cause of it.P
    Thank you for taking the time to read and consider my reason.
    (P.S. I left out the natzi part witch you can also argue is the entire reason for the invasion witch again is true, that is the reason for the invasion but it only made ww2 come sooner if the natzis didn't start is it might have been a few more years but eventually Russia or someone else would have started a huge conflict. If you think about it the world back then is much like the world today just Germany probably won't start ww3.)

  • The war was not caused by Germany alone.

    Germany as a whole wasn't entirely to blame for the war, it was Hitler and the Nazi party that really were responsible for really began WW2 by invading other countries. However the allies were also responsible for beginning WW2 because if they hadn't taken away Germany's lands and wealth, than Hitler would have had no reason to go to war in the first place. So really and truly no one side really started WW2, it was both sides that started the war. And i also agree with the person who wrote the "It wasn't just Hitler's fault" because they are right.

  • No its not

    WWII was completely out of our control because either way we would have been dragged in. Japan would not surrender, so the last option had to be launched. We had no choice. With Germany having most of the power... We had to use drastic measures. Hitler was entirely to blame


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