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World War II was a horrific and tragic war all the whole world Many lives around the world were taken to defend their countries beliefs and to strive for world peace Many think that the war was inevitable but I think it could have been prevented in many ways First off we should have let go of isolationism much sooner The European allies could have stood up to Hitler instead of appeasing him The Treaty of Versailles killed Germany and put them in an economic spiral which they could never recover from We needed to look at the Japanese as a threat and not just worry about Hitler so much We should of given up isolationism a lot sooner It was understandable that we didnt want to get involved because of what the people of our country thought but we would have to join the war sometime We did not have get in the war right away but we could of helped the allies with weapons and send troops to help out We should of taken action right away instead of letting Hitler build his forces up We were so scared of losing lives that we didnt even stop to think that maybe Hitler or some other country would come and try to take us over We waited until Hitler was destroying the last and closest nation in Europe and thats when we got involved We should of made the treaty of Versailles less harsh on the Germans No matter how strongly they felt that Germany was to blame for the war they shouldnt of broken Germany as a country like they did The Treaty of Versailles blamed the whole war on Germany and demanded that they weaken there army give up territory and pay reparations for the war The country was already in economic hurt and this caused great shame and economic struggle on Germany If the Treaty
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