Summarize how the Allies defeated Germany in World War II.


Summarize how the Allies defeated Germany in World War II.

Reasons for World War II:

Two main factors led to World War II: failures of World War I and global economic depression. Following World War I, the Treaty of Versailles and its stipulations led to resentment around the globe because they punished Germany and didn't give land to Italy or Japan. When a global financial crisis began in the late 1920s, it opened the door to all kinds of sinister ways to remedy the situation, and Germany, Italy, and Japan all threw their efforts into militarism and expansion to solve their financial issues.

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For Germany and eventually Italy to win World War II, they would have to expand in order to obtain more resources. With limited resources and...

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