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the world at war The second world war was a defining international events of the 20th century it killed between 50 to 80 million people the war involved every industrialized an hour in Europe North America and Asia The pace of urbanization increased as millions of Americans 200 or thousands of miles to join the military or take a war job bad repercussions after the post-war the road to war The Great Depression disrupted economic life inspired the anti Democratic movement known as fascism fought for the survival of democracy rise of fascism The cause of World War II was the Great Depression that Germany was in fascism is instituted by Germany combined a centralized or a carrion State a doctrine of Aryan racial Supremacy and fervent nationalism and a call for the spiritual Reawakening of German people fascist movements rose around the world in the 1930s Benito Mussolini come to power in 1922 Germany however posed the greatest threat to the existing World Order: huge World War 1 reparations payments, economic depression, fear of Communism labor unrest and writing the percent of Adolf Hitler and his National Socialist Party. Hitler basically wanted to take over Europe one of his goals was to prosecute the Jews but then it change to extermination after 1940 Hitler seized the military advantage in Europe by 1937 War approaches Roosevelt was trying to keep out of European entanglement Nice committee allege that arms Mathieu fractures had maneuvered President Wilson into World War nice committee failed to prove its charge against weapon makers it's factual finding wanted an isolationist minded Congress passed a series of Acts 2 prevent the nation from being drawn into another overseas for they pass the Neutrality Act of 1935 which imposed an embargo on selling arms to warring countries and declare that the Americans traveling on ships of belligerent Nations did So at their own risk it also banned loans to these belligerents Benny isolationist look to Republican Ohio Senator Robert Roosevelt and European nations with equal conviction or to The Aviator hero Charles a wind bird Who deliver in passion because of his intervention in Europe basically we were just trying to stay out of any wars right at this moment because it was not healthy for us economically many supporters in the United States grew uneasy with the political view in the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin at the Munich conference in September 1938 Britain and France calculated agreeing to let Germany annexed the subject a border area of Czechoslovakia
months Hitler forces had overrun their Czechoslovakia 2 days after the European War started the United States had declared its neutrality we were constantly selling arms to these battling forces at first the need for us intervention seemed remote after Germany conquered Poland in September 1939 call settled over Europe and on April 9th 1940 German forces invaded

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