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The Treaty of Versailles

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The treaty of versailles was supposed to end war and instead it turned everything to the worst causing one of the most biggest wars that took place in our history , this war is called world war II. World war II took place around 1939 to 1945. It began over germany invasion over poland and austria , the u.s wasnt yet involved until the pearl harbor was attacked. Adolf Hitler the cruel dictator of germany used his his bad powers to invade many nations and cause 30 nations another great depression.
World war II began because during world war I the treaty of versailles was very helpful to end war but not for germany because germany land was taken away also many of germany territories. Including german weapons was confiscated like tanks and other things like submarines. Germany felt weakened by these rules and 1.5 million german troops invaded poland all along its 1,750 mile border to Hitler this invasion of poland would bring a “living space” for the german people ,but europe people felt they had to act on this and declared war with germany for this reason. The u.s was not quite involved yet, but this event led to the european war which causes World war II,
1941 december 7 the japanese attacked the pearl harbor in hawaii. They destroyed 21 u.s naval base ships, 188 aircraft were destroyed ,and 2,403 people were killed to the americans this was like another great depression for the americans. But americans was undefeated ,4 days after this attack germany ,and italy declared war on the united states. The u.s was well prepared for this war. Reason being the japanese attacked the pearl harbor is because september 1940 the japanese signed the Tripartite pact with germany and italy this was to join the military alliance, which is known a...

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