Factors leading to World War II

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  • Q1

    The event in European history, referred to as ‘Holocaust’ was…

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    Genocide of Jews.

    Explanation:

    Holocaust was a genocide in which approximately six million Jews were killed by Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime.

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  • Q2

    The ideology of aggressive nationalism and unquestioned power and hatred that developed in Italy was called…

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    Fascism.

    Explanation:

    During the early 20th century, an ideology of aggressive nationalism and unquestioned power and hatred had developed in Italy. This ideology was referred to as Fascism. Fascism had three aims; exaltation of the state, protection of private property, and spirited foreign policy.

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  • Q3

    The US President, active in the formation of the League of Nations was…

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    Woodrow Wilson

    Explanation:

    US President, Woodrow Wilson was very active in the formation of the League of Nations. However, the US could not become its member as Woodrow Wilson’s proposal was not sanctioned by the Congress.

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  • Q4

    In 1939, Germany entered into a non-aggression pact with…

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    the USSR.

    Explanation:

    He promised to give Russia a free hand in the Baltic states. Hitler demanded from Poland a right to construct a military road through the Polish Corridor to connect Germany with East Prussia. She also demanded the surrender of Danzig. Poland refused and Germany invaded Poland on September 1, 1939, and the Second World War began.

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  • Q5

    The British adopted the ‘Policy of Appeasement’ towards Hitler to…

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    Contain Communism.

    Explanation:

    Western capitalist countries like Britain feared that Russian socialist influence would spread to other European countries. Therefore, Britain encouraged Hitler and the Nazis to consolidate themselves to act as a buffer against Soviet Communism.

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