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  1. Unit 1: The World in Crisis

    1. Impact of World War I in Europe
    14 Topics
  2. 2. Stalin's Soviet Union
    12 Topics
  3. 3. Hitler's Germany
    27 Topics
  4. 4. Outbreak WWII in Europe
    13 Topics
  5. 5. Germany's Defeat in World War II
    21 Topics
  6. 6. Outbreak War in Asia Pacific
    6 Topics
  7. 7. Japan's Defeat
    10 Topics
  8. Unit 2: Bi-Polarity and the Cold War
    8. Reasons for the Cold War in Europe
    21 Topics
  9. 9. The Korean War
    19 Topics
  10. 10. Cuban Missile Crisis
    25 Topics
  11. 11. The End of Cold War
    19 Topics
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4. Outbreak WWII in Europe

Reasons for the Outbreak of World War II in Europe

  1. Weakness of League of nations
  2. Hitler’s expansionist policy
  3. Policy of appeasement

End of World War I

  • Representatives of European powers at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference hoped World War I to be ‘the war to end all wars’, but tension between powers continued to grow after war ended.
  • Aims of League of Nations of disarmament and collective security were not met.
  • The League’s weakness enabled Hitler to aggressively pursue his expansionist policy and made Britain and France to pursue appeasement policy.

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