What was the ideological and philosophical underpinnings of World War II? How does imperialism fit into the causes of the war?
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WWII was an ideological conflict between different imperial power blocs within international capitalism, and in a few instances with colonised powers with local bourgeois who wished to be imperialist. Chiefly, the capacity of existing blocs of capital to sustain themselves and their growth reached limits.