3 Causes of WWII

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There are many other causes of WWII, but the easiest to recognize was the unfair, “Treaty of Versailles”. Another cause was the coming of Totalitarian Leaders. Finally, it was the failure of the League of Nations to deny war. This whole war could have been prevented if the United States joined in with the League of Nations...
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Another cause was the coming of Totalitarian Leaders. Finally, it was the failure of the League of Nations to deny war. This whole war could have been prevented if the United States joined in with the League of Nations. Another way that war could have been prevented is the Treaty of Versailles being easier on Germany, and if some countries just got some land...
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