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A lot of previous events such as the Holocaust and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles have been proposed to be some of the factors that stirred the outbreak of the war. Given that many factors have been suggested to have caused the war, this paper scrutinises the facts all in a bid to conclude on what caused the occurrence. Secondary sources that have been written on the subject will be the methodology used to make a sound conclusion. Criteria B: • The World War II took place between 1939 and 1945 (Preston, 1321). • The rise of militaristic and totalitarian regimes in Japan, Italy and Germany contributed greatly to the outbreak of the war (Casey, 365).
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