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The alliances enhanced the countries’ defenses since they would rely on the support of their allies in case another country out of the alliance aggrieved a member state. Furthermore, the zoning of the world into the east and the west besides the military alliances instigated the war by enhancing conflicts among the countries. With such a political structure, any simple conflict among countries would result in a global war and so was the case with the First World War. The zoning intensified speculation among countries. The west strived to spy on the east and vice versa. Additionally, different countries invested in enhancing their military might a feature that would turn the First World War into a stage for displaying military might among the countries, which had formed strong alliances with their friends. Coming from the backdrop of political and military allies, the largest western economies practiced imperialism. Such was a political arrangement in which the countries strived to extend their territories.
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It taught us the fact that the outcomes of a third world war would be total destruction of the entire world. This paper analyses the causes and effects of World War 2 and the reasons for selecting this topic for analysis Causes of World War II The major reason for Second World War was Hitler’s ambitions to expand the German empire.
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