World War II Essay | World War II: the Road to War

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of World War II.
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World War II: the Road to War

Summary: Essay evaluates the decisions of various leaders of the 1930's in response to Hitler's aggression.
In the late 1930's wars started to settle in, and some rulers weren't satisfied with the result of World War I. The axis powers took strong actions, and no form of government was able to or willing to go against them. Britain's prime minister thought the best way to go against Hitler was a policy of Appeasement. Other people thought that collective security was the right way to go against Hitler. The best response to many nations aggression was collective security.

The reason that appeasement doesn't work is because it doesn't get you your goal in a timely manner. The whole point of appeasement is to keep peace rather than go to war. In a speech to Parliament, prime minister of Britain Neville Chamberlain said that he would go to war only if it was for larger issues. He also said that "War...

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