Monday, October 21, 2013

Quick history of world war two european theater

Quick History of World War Two - European Theater


A quick overview of the second world war in the European theater, also looking at the causes and origins and what Germany needed to do to win the war.

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The War's beginning?

Some would say that World War Two began with Germanys Invasion of Poland on the 1st September 1939 and the ultimatum of Britain that without a german withdrawal a State of War would exist. Needless to say there was no German withdrawal and WWII began, Britain, France, Australia and New Zealand declaring war on the 3rd of September 1939

Others would argue that world war two was simply the second round of world war one. Although the major powers had yet to realise it the continuance of the war between the Axis and Allies would result in the end of European dominance of the world and the destruction of their colonial empires. By renewing the fight they only ensured their own demise no matter who won the outcome.

Some have claimed that the Treaty of Versailles was harsh and unreasonable and therefore was the seed which guaranteed the second world war. Germany would seek to redress this wrong. In truth the Treaty of Ve


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