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Why did the world not solve Europe's problems after World War 1 and thus prevent World War II?

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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 17:12
World War I ended without a decisive victory for either side. A myth of being stabbed in the back by Jewish financial interests built up in Germany, and by the mid 1930s they wanted a do-over, and started arming themselves to force one. The two major powers in Europe who might oppose them, France and Great Britain, were weary of war, and wanted to avoid a second one. So, instead of confronting the Germans when they started to rearm, they let it slide until it was to late, and a Second World War was forced on them.
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 18:16
The political will was not there.
Answer #3 | 22/12 2013 18:40
Basically the French wanted to cripple Germany financially, economically and military, and many of the other nations fell into line As a result Germany was enraged and that was the beginning of a reason for retaliation and the claim back of confiscated lands and to take care of France, once and for all H-man

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