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Started: 3/15/2017 Category: Education
Updated: 4 years ago Status: Debating Period
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ww2 could it be stoped


Germany was punished harshly for its actions in World War I, and the Treaty of Versailles, the official document that ended that war and settled debts and disagreements between the combatants, laid a heavy burden on that nation. When Adolf Hitler came to power soon after WWI ended, he wished to rectify some of what Germany perceived to be an unjust degree of punishment laid out in the Treaty of Versailles. He also had a stated goal of uniting all German speakers in Europe under a single flag. British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, hoping to avoid another devastating war, approached Hitler with a policy of appeasement, giving in to what seemed to be a limited and reasonable set of demands in hopes of preventing further conflict. Unfortunately, this plan seemingly backfired, and it arguably opened the door for Hitler's army to march through in an effort to take control of Europe, kicking off World War II.
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