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Essay '1930s Politicians Made WW11 Inevitable'

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Response to the statement: “The policy of appeasement was caused by the First World War. In their anxiety to avoid a similar catastrophe, the politicians of the 1930s made the Second World War inevitable.” Is this view justified?

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Military history by country Military World history International relations Fellows of the British Academy Munich Agreement Appeasement Neville Chamberlain Political terminology Eric Hobsbawm Adolf Hitler Treaty of Versailles Hitler
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Military history by country Military World history International relations Fellows of the British Academy Munich Agreement Appeasement Neville Chamberlain Political terminology Eric Hobsbawm Adolf Hitler Treaty of Versailles Hitler
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” Is this view justified Conflict penetrated new heights during the First World War. Paralleling this extremity was the loss of resources, both for the victors (Entente Powers-Britain, France, the United States and Italy) and the defeated (Central Powers- Germany, the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Ottoman Empire) (Dickson, 2001, p. 12). These factors left all countries crumbling in fear of a similar situation occurring, potentially spiralling even further out of their control and causing the obliteration of their own nations. However this fear produced two very different reactions from the opposing sides. The Entente was defensive in their response. Peace at any cost was central to their mind-set; hence the policy of Appeasement was born whereby they aimed to maintain contro...
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