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Hitler as the Cause of World War II

Summary: An essay showing how Hitler's actions to dominate Europe caused World War II.
The largest, bloodiest war in the history of the world was the Second World War, which began in 1939, and finally ended in 1945 (Heather). During those six years of warfare, there were an approximate 3,271,500 number of deaths, both civilian and military (Gregorovich). In addition, this war was not called a "world war" for nothing as there were at least fifty-nine countries involved throughout the world, including the major global powers like the United States, England, France, Germany, Russia, China, and Japan. (Heather). What caused this war that fifty-nine countries fought in? Though there were many causes of the war, there was one main reason; the actions that a man named Adolph Hitler, took to fulfill his ambitions of world conquest. He was able to rise because he took advantage of the economic crisis in Germany due to the expenditures in World War I...

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