AP US History World War II Causes

AP US History World War II Causes
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  • The War Guilt Clause establishes that Germany is the instigator of the war and must pay for the damages.
  • Germany is forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles.
  • And just to make sure that Germany doesn't rise up again, it will be stripped of its colonial possessions.
  • Economic tensions and disgruntled citizens allow Hitler to rise to power.
  • Apparently there's this politician named Adolf Hitler who's proposing to turn Germany into an empire again.
  • I hate how Germany has to pay billions of dollars to make up for the damage of World War I.
  • Hitler promises through his intense nationalism to create a Third Reich.
  • I will create a Third Reich!
  • On September 1, 1939, World War I begins as Germany invades Poland, which it quickly occupies.
  • Poland is ours!
  • Through hard effort and determination, the Allies refuse to compromise and start turning the tide of the war.
  • We must stop Germany!
  • Hitler is defeated and the Allies win after the events of D-Day.
  • We won!
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