Published August 29, 2007
by AIPI .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||60|
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World War II Causes: Selected full-text books and articles. The Origins of the Second World War in Europe By P. M.H. Bell Routledge, (3rd edition) Read preview Overview. The Origins of World War II By Keith Eubank Harlan Davidson, (3rd edition) Read preview Overview. Germany and. Potter's famous Civil War pre-history begins with the end of the Mexican-American War and the Wilmot Proviso. These developments, Potter explains, plunged the nation into years of sectional debate that erupted at various times and places, and ultimately in , in secession. This book examines the main causes of the greatest war of the 20th century and the events that led to its beginning. Readers will learn: why World War II started so soon after World War I had ended; and how Adolf Hitler gained power and led Germany into war; why and how the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor in /5. To avoid war, one must first understand its causes. Written by two highly regarded scholars - both former Presidents of the International Studies Association - this text provides a comprehensive analysis of the leading theories of both interstate and civil war, along with a discussion of the changing nature of war over time.
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