60 Free Essays on Germany Was Not To Blame For War

  1. Causes of WW1

    Is Germany to blame for WW1 and to what extent? –Marya Atassi By the end of World War 1, during the Peace negotiation, everyone looked for someone to blame for the damage. Therefore fingers were pointed at Germany since it was the easiest to blame after it being defeated. In the treaty of Versailles...

  2. World War 2

    World War I has often been referred to as the "Great War." This is a rather deceiving statement being that over 65 million men fought, and over 37 million men died in a war that lasted 4 years. World War I was, also, referred to as the "War to end all Wars." Yet, 20 years later that statement would...

  3. Was Germany solely responsible for the outbreak of World War One?

    Assess the argument that Germany should be held largely or solely responsible for the outbreak of World War One. The extent of which Germany should be held responsible for the outbreak of World War one is debatable. One could argue that Germany and her aggressive and competitive nature towards the other...

  4. 1905 not 1917

    For decades one of the most heated debate among historians has been whether Germany was responsible for World War One. Source 1 believes that Germany was indeed to blame for the war as it states “German Militarism…crime of last fifty years, had been working for this for twenty-five years.” The source...

  5. Germany's Burden

    World War I, lasting from 1914-1918, is a war that will definitely be remembered for years to come. After the allies had won the war after four long years Germany was the country that received the full blame for the war, but the question arises if it’s safe to say that Germany had totally caused...

  6. Nationalsim

    Nationalism The First World War was disastrous event that impacted millions through unmatched death and devastation. Such an event makes us to seek out the causes, and for many, to give blame. The statement, Germany is to blame for starting the First World War is not entirely true. The German share...

  7. Ww1 and Ww2

    HOW WW1 STARTED: Germany was made a country in 1871, by a dude called otto von bismark, the french didnt like this there was a little war between france and prussia called the franco-prussian war, prussia won creating germany. when Germany was made they didnt have colonies to make a empire for trade...

  8. Rise of Hitler

    The Rise of Hitler Before Hitler was known as an evil man who killed millions of people, he was a some-what normal young man. Hitler grew up with little friends, and he really wanted to make it as an artist. He is about 19 when he applies to study at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts. He is striding...

  9. Cwdsadfsfd

    demands on Germany that went far beyond simple justice. The Treaty of Versailles was an exceedingly vindictive document. Particularly harsh was the insinuation of 'war guilt' placed solely on the shoulders of Germany. Germany was required to accept the allegations from the Allies that it was solely to...

  10. Rise of Totalitarianism

    end of World War I, totalitarianism began to rise. To keep the countries at peace they created The League Of Nations. It did not execute its duties well, and failed to enforce treaties, and prevent invasions. At the end of the war France designed the Treaty of Versailles to punish Germany, and it caused...

  11. “No single nation or alliance could be held responsible for the outbreak of war” How far do you agree with this opinion?

    “No single nation or alliance could be held responsible for the outbreak of war” How far do you agree with this opinion? The question of whether no single alliance or nation could be held responsible for the outbreak of war is a hotly debated topic. Source 2 strongly agrees with the statement giving...

  12. Causes of the First World War

    Who’s To Blame for WW1? Was It A Single Countries Fault? [pic] By: Ameen Amin Version One `The day 28 June in 1914 was a dramatic one for the whole world. Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, was assassinated at the hands of the Black Hand, a Serbian nationalist...

  13. To What Extent Was the Treaty of Versaille Harsh and Unfair on Germany?

    discussing whether or not the Treaty of Versaille was ‘harsh and unfair’ too Germany. The treaty was set up to cripple Germany so it had no power anymore to start another war. In the conditions in the Treaty of versaille Germany had too accept all blame for the war, lost 10% of it’s land, had to pay £6600 million...

  14. Wwi Blame

    country to place the blame for the start of World War I on, one word jumps into mind, impossible. Much of my understanding and opinion of the years leading up to the Great War, revolve around the fact that several nations had ample opportunities to quell the pending fate of a war laden Europe. With...

  15. AP European History Essay

    Final Exam Was Germany to blame for World War 1? Germany was in fact to blame for World War 1. Although there were other countries that were partially to blame for there actions. But it was clear that they played the minor role and Germany played the major one. In 1904 there was a rivalry between...

  16. In Only 20 Years There Was a Seconds World War. Why and How Is This Possble

    Essay “In only twenty years there was a second world war. Why and how was this possible?” World War 1, the war that would end all wars, that’s what people, thought at that time but little did they know World War 2 arrived 20 years later. There were many causes of WW2 but it is mutually agreed that...

  17. Causes of the Holocaust

    of violence done to humans. He was the head of the government, a very smart and charming man that could make people do almost anything he wanted them to do with his phenomenal rhetoric skills, which helped him come into power and give the Germans the impression that he was perfect, and that they were destined...

  18. WHO WAS TO BLAME FOR THE OUTBREAK OF WW1

    Who was to blame for the outbreak of the 1st world war? When it comes to the nation or rather the leaders responsible for the outbreak of the memorable 1914-1918 world war, a lot is put into consideration, as the political course in the European countries is to be examined from the earlier years/century...

  19. Was Hitler Really to Blame for Ww2?

    Was Hitler Really To Blame For WW2? By Lauren Thomas (aged 13) Some people say that Hitler was to blame for the 2nd world war, but what did Hitler actually do to cause it? We know that Hitler hated the Treaty of Versailles. But was Hitler’s feelings against the treaty the reason why the World War...

  20. Ww1- Versailles Treaty

    the end of WW1. It took 6 months of negotiating in the Paris peace conference until the actual fighting ended. It was signed on June 28, 1919 and ended the state of war between Germany and the Allies. However, it took 6 months of negotiating at the Paris peace conference to end the actual fighting....

  21. The Versailles Treaty

    settlement Germany was forced to accept sole responsibility for causing World War I. This was a totally justifiable demand on the part of the victorious powers.<br><br>The Treaty of Versailles was enacted into history in June 1919 with Germany forced to accept sole responsibility for causing World War I. Since...

  22. The Cold War Quotes

    World War, mistrust and suspicion existed between the U.S.A and the U.S.S.R. This was the Cold War. This war which leaves society questioning to which super power was to blame leaving both was to blame. Both sides had different beliefs and ideas. The spread of communism straight after World War II helped...

  23. Was the Treaty of Versailles Fair?

    Was the Treaty of Versailles fair? The treaty of Versailles was the peace treaty signed by Germany at the end of the First World War, some historians would say that the treaty was fair and that Germany got what they deserved but others would argue that it was far too harsh on Germany, and contributed...

  24. World War 1

    Germany was to blame for the First World War, but only to a certain extent. Germany were not solely to blame, but did contribute greatly to the sequence of events that led to war. Germany were a major contributor to the Arms Race, caused tension between many European countries, made alliances, were extremely...

  25. Treaty of Versailles: the Resulting Effects After World War One

    Treaty of Versailles: The Resulting Effects After World War One Following the Grate War, the “Treaty of Versailles” was suppose to be a form of peace between the nations involved in World War One, and also point blame to the nation responsible. This war brought a variety of devastation to the European countries;...

  26. Cold War

    Who was more to blame for the start of the Cold War, the USA or the USSR? There were many countries involved in the Cold War. However the two main superpowers of the Cold War were the USA and the USSR each of which deserve a large amount of the blame for the starting of the Cold War. Nevertheless...

  27. Germany's Role in Wwi

    World War one took place between 1914 and 1918 in Europe. World War one resulted in the fall of the Austro-Hungarian empire, the Russian empire, and the German Government. The German government was overthrown and lost territory. At the end of the war maps of Europe and the Middle East were re-drawn....

  28. It's Germany's Fault?!

    World War I commenced from many significant events. Murder, militarism, alliances, nationalism, imperialism, predictions, and plans were all key factors in the start of WWI. All of the European countries involved in alliances each had a part to contribute to who-to-blame for beginning the war. War was...

  29. Wwi Causes

    to trained historians. It was a span of one hundred years that saw the entire world at war on two separate occasions, it saw the end of the old idea that the Europe was home to the most successful countries in the world, and it saw the world on the brink of a nuclear war and perhaps its end. Through...

  30. Franco- Prussian War

    A united Germany has required many different wars to be accomplished. The unification of Germany was associated with one man in particular: Otto Von Bismarck. He was a Russian Prime Minister and later the German Chancellor. He was a real politick which means he based his decisions on the realities of...