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WWII Only Happened Because Of WWI

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Posted by Aurino Souza on September 25, 2001 20:27:28 UTC

But in any case the point was that small events like the death of one person never lead to large-scale conflict. What led Germany to start two wars was a very complex scenario which nobody understands very well, since history takes care of erasing the loser's testimonial.

We will never know what caused the genocide. I tried to study the subject in more detail but all I could find were books written by Jews, which is only half the story. In any case, whatever motivated one of the greatest tragedies in human history definitely has nothing to do with the death of an archduke. Nothing at all.

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