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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.

  • Was Germany also Responsible for the Holocaust?

    Yes and Yes. There might have been other mitigating factors that add up to maybe 5% of the reason but it was Germany's aggressiveness and intolerance that led to both catastrophes. The rest of the world capitulated to avoid the war but it was Germany who forced it to happen.

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  • If Hitler didnt invade Poland there woudl have been no WW2

    Pretty much sums it up, Hilter almost caused WW2 when he took over Czechoslovakia but then the Brits backed down and sold out the Czechs. Sad but still without further agression on Hitlers part there was no need for WW2 to have started at all. Thus the responsability falls on Hitlers shoulders

  • If Hitler didnt invade Poland there woudl have been no WW2

    Pretty much sums it up, Hilter almost caused WW2 when he took over Czechoslovakia but then the Brits backed down and sold out the Czechs. Sad but still without further agression on Hitlers part there was no need for WW2 to have started at all. Thus the responsability falls on Hitlers shoulders

  • If Hitler didnt invade Poland there woudl have been no WW2

    Pretty much sums it up, Hilter almost caused WW2 when he took over Czechoslovakia but then the Brits backed down and sold out the Czechs. Sad but still without further agression on Hitlers part there was no need for WW2 to have started at all. Thus the responsability falls on Hitlers shoulders

  • It totally was

    No need because we all know that we went to fucking ww2 because of Hitler's and if hitler didn't do anything then we could of easily avoided ww2 and then we wouldn't have had to bomb Japan and make them surrender so that ww2 stopped soooooooo it is all Hitler's fault!!!!

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  • They were bad

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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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, 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.

  • 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.

  • No, the harsh terms of treaty of Versailles caused ww2

    It is true that hitler is mostly at fault for the cause of world war 2, however, it is due to the harsh terms of the treaty of Versailles imposed by the allied powers which led to Germans turning to nazism. Many Germans were unhappy about the treaty of Versailles, hence it was inevitable that they would elect a leader like hitler which caused ww2 as such, both parties, the allied power and Germany are to be blamed

  • No, the harsh terms of treaty of Versailles caused ww2

    It is true that hitler is mostly at fault for the cause of world war 2, however, it is due to the harsh terms of the treaty of Versailles imposed by the allied powers which led to Germans turning to nazism. Many Germans were unhappy about the treaty of Versailles, hence it was inevitable that they would elect a leader like hitler which caused ww2 as such, both parties, the allied power and Germany are to be blamed

  • No, absolutely not.

    While Germany obviously played a huge role in starting WW2, to say that the war is solely the fault of one nation is simply unrealistic (especially a war of that magnitude) and completely false. For one thing, the Allied powers didn't even try to enforce the Versailles Treaty. Hitler really didn't try to hide the fact that he was expanding his territory and his military, both of which go against the Treaty, but the Western Powers turned a blind eye every time. They knew of Hitler's ideology and his plans for rebuilding Germany but did nothing to try and stop it. All this among many other things of course.

    Posted by: EmaM
  • Bad politics on every side

    Soldiers were drafted had to go to fight, or been in camp or killed by
    the ones in charge.
    Jews in camps were no jews but khazars. Mostly moms and children were injured in bombings (I was one of them) Only our God knows
    what really caused all this suffering and one day we'll know for sure.
    There is lots of evil in this world, pray Jeshua comes soon.


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