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Radcliffe Takashi Onishi
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What country was the worst in the World War 2?
WW1 turn Europe into the main battlefield. In comparison, WW2, Asia (etc.) became a battlefield, and many countries were involved. Do you think what caused the worst, including the country, organization, individuals? I think that World War II is hard to say which country was bad. Especially, I think that there is a gap also in the eyes of the victorious side and the defeated nation. So I hope to find various perspectives.
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The cause of WW2 is Nazi Germany.
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Japan (Imperialism)
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the victorious WWI country
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The cause of WW2 is Nazi Germany.

Under the Weimar Constitution, Hitler formed the Nazi Party and led Germany again to rearmament.

And Nazi Germany invaded neighboring countries like Poland, France, Soviet... This has resulted in the extension of the war across Europe.

Furthermore, the development of the atomic bomb was caused by the fact that the United States, which was concerned about the development situation of Nazi Germany, promptly progressed.

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And Nazi Germany invaded neighboring countries like Poland, France, Soviet... This has resulted in the extension of the war across Europe.
Japan (Imperialism)

Japan did an imperial conquest and increased colonies in Asia. As a result, in many Asian countries struggles for liberation from imperialism and began to confront Empire of Japan.

Furthermore, an imperialistic policy hurt many civilians. Even now, many people have a searing memory of imperialism. Ultimately, Japan made an attack on Pearl Harbor and started a brutal war (WW2).

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the victorious WWI country

The Versailles Treaty of the victorious WWI country was too strict in Germany, which caused the German economy to become rough and forgiving the rise of the Nazis

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