World War II. Liberalism in the Interwar Period. Treaty of Versailles (1919) Disillusionment with BOP politics National self-determination: Yugoslavia, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, the Baltic countries Liberal Idealism: Woodrow Wilson: “The Fourteen Points”. The League of Nations (1920).
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World War II
Causes of WWII?
Was World War II inevitable?
What factors contributed most to this event?
Frequency of war: 5500 years of recorded history: 14,500 wars.
278 from 1480 to 1940.
224 from 1816 to 1980
Several causes of war (Farnsworth, 1992):