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For questions spanning a significant proportion of the 20th century. Questions focused on the latter decades should consider using the contemporary-history tag. Individual tags exist for specific decades.

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The Horror of another large scale war. Many believed that another large war would be much more horrific than ww1. There was a belief that "the bomber always gets through" it was thought that in any ma …
answered Mar 8 '14 by pugsville
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Italy had a much smaller population, much less resources, (coal, iron ore etc) which meant Italy would have to pay for and import much the materials required to run their industrial economy, much les …
answered Oct 30 '16 by pugsville
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Fairly early in the war techniques and tactics were developed that meant trench systems could be successfully assaulted and many offensives were initially successful. They relied on large amounts of a …
answered Mar 8 '14 by pugsville
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The Allied forces had more or less developed a pretty successful system of attacking by the end of the war. It did rely on having greater material resources than the Germans. Constant pressure and a l …
answered Mar 8 '14 by pugsville
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Germany was not held solely responsible for the War. The Treaty of Versailles only covered Germany, each of the other treaties with the various Central powers also contained a "war guilt" clause. In …
answered Mar 9 '18 by pugsville
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Effective political lobbying and influence by political activists by the Czechs and the Yugoslav committee. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yugoslav_Committee Both Yugoslav Committee and the Czech alre …
answered Aug 26 '14 by pugsville
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The Time lag between the initial naval operations in feb/march and the landings in april telegraphed a probable landing and gave the turks time to reinforce the area. Why didn't the allies use over r …
answered Apr 10 '14 by pugsville
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Many of the Early Zionist Leadership advocated Ideas like 'transfer' (removal of the ran population) and 'Jewish Labour' the idea that Jews needed to be involved in agriculture and industry and the Je …
answered Mar 4 '14 by pugsville
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1/ Hitler wanted to invade the soviet union and he was not a think things through throughly and take his time sort of guy,he lacked patience 2/he underestimated the difficulties in invading the sovie …
answered Jul 27 '16 by pugsville