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Question by kenny
Submitted on 5/24/2004
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what cause world war two and the Holocaust



Answer by LilPreacher
Submitted on 10/28/2004
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Hitler

 

Answer by zack
Submitted on 11/13/2004
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what was the cause and effect of the holocaust

 

Answer by gakumba Louis
Submitted on 1/16/2005
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my answer is that I would like to submit on this link so that I may get more courses bout the story of war world two

 

Answer by nina
Submitted on 2/12/2005
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hitler was the cause of the holocaust. world war two started like this:
japan was attacking china for their resources. the united states told japan to leave china alone. japan refused. the united states stopped japan from getting oil. japan continued to attack china. the united states prevented japan from reaching their stocks, banks, and money. japan was "frozen". japan had no choice but to attack the united states. the attack on pearl harbor occured on december 7, 1941. the president at the time, Roosevelt, used this attack as an excuse to go to war. the united states did not declare war on japan, but on germany. the united states was more afraid of germany and hitler achieving world domination. thus, world war two for the united states began.
britain and france were fighting germany because hitler broke an appeasement that was signed. russia was fighting germany because hitler broke a non-agression pact that he signed with stallin (leader of russia).

 

Answer by nikki
Submitted on 4/8/2005
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Mostly economy and power. When WW2 started Hitler was greed with power, he teamed up with japan and Paris. The reason money was so bad was because of the last World War (when Germany signed the Treaty of Versailles). Germany needed a leader to guide them through this rough time.

 

Answer by reecess
Submitted on 5/24/2005
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the holacoust caused world war 2 and all it's harm

 

Answer by lil bee
Submitted on 9/26/2005
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hitler was gay and a racist

 

Answer by Gameboy
Submitted on 12/13/2006
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Because Hitler wanted to kill all the jews so he put them in camps

 

Answer by Kesg
Submitted on 3/6/2007
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The causes of genocide were the rise of Hitler after WWI. The German economy was in shambles after World War I which made many people desperate for basic needs.  The Treaty of Versailles forced Germany to pay $33 billion in repairs after World War I. People felt that Hitler could fix the economy, and they ignored his insane ideas.  They didít care that his ideas were crazy if he could fix the economy. Hitler blamed all the Jewish community for something that they didnít do.

 

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