World war ii could have been prevented posted by mltoday | oct 18, 2013 | socialism today according to the daily telegraph (uk) correspondent in moscow, nick holdsworth, new documents show joseph stalin was ‘prepared to move more than a million soviet troops to the german border to deter hitler’s aggression just before the second world war. One could say that if germany had been treated more fairly at versailles then there would have been no need of a second world war one could say that if czar alexander ii had not been assassinated, then russia would have been reformed. The new documents, copies of which have been seen by the sunday telegraph, show the vast numbers of infantry, artillery and airborne forces which stalin’s generals said could be dispatched, if polish objections to the red army crossing its territory could first be overcome. The european theater of world war ii seems positively simplistic when compared to the conflict in the pacific and east asia in europe, the essential reason for the start of hostilities was straightforward britain and france had given a war guarantee to poland, germany invaded poland and so britain and france declared war and “the great war, take two” was underway. World war two – causes world war two world war two began in september 1939 when britain and france declared war on germany following germany’s invasion of poland at this point the german army was not very strong and could have been easily defeated yet neither france nor britain was prepared to start another war.
The main cause of ww2 is the treaty of versailles germany was furious about it and wanted to get revenge the allie s could have and should have been more merciful to germany germany wasn't the cause of ww1, all the countries involved should share the blame if germany were treated more fairly, maybe ww2 could have been prevented. The war that could have been prevented from the beginning it was clear that hitler’s goal was to conquer the world by eliezer shenvald may 6, 2015 22:31 in the case of world war ii, the. Britain and france's political approach to germany in the aftermath of world war i likely opened the door for the aggression that caused world war ii, according to the stanford history education group.
World war 2 cost over 60 million lives and trillions of dollars, however many people believe that this war could have been avoided changes to the treaty of versailles, the league of nations, and the foreign policy of england, france, germany, japan and russia many have prevented world war 2. Could world war 2 have been prevented world war 2 was one of the bloodiest wars fought ever in the history of mankind world war 2 cost over 60 million lives and trillions of dollars, however many people believe that this war could have been avoided. Yes, indeed, there is a way wwii could have never happened simply by thinking about what could have prevented the causes for wwii in the first place, we can give an answer to this and how could wwii be prevented with international cooperation.
During world war ii, one of nazi germany’s huge mistakes was declaring war on the united states if germany had exercised caution in this regard, there is a chance that the us would not have formally declared war on germany even if the us had eventually done so, it would have been much later and the germans would have bought themselves adequate time to confront their enemy. It has been, in the other answers, suggested that if treaty of versailles could have been less punitive for germans, or the wwi could have been avoided, then the wwii could be avoided to occur in the large scale it came to affect europe.
The war could have been avoided and should have been as it brought nothing but misery and left ruin in its wake for almost everyone involved whether the different courses of action detailed above would have prevented further warfare entirely is a debatable point. The precise form world war ii took was not inevitable but from the moment the reparations were set and the maps were redrawn, there was going to be another massive european conflict, and germany was going to be one of the belligerent powers.
World war ii could easily have been won without the united states, at least in europe american involvement simply guaranteed a democratic west, and that britain would not be the only free nation in a communist-dominated europe. Hitler was not inevitable the precise form world war ii took was not inevitable but from the moment the reparations were set and the maps were redrawn, there was going to be another massive european conflict, and germany was going to be one of the belligerent powers.