Reading Creative Writing Book Review Research Paper (Book Review Sample)
A Short History of World War II, James Stokesbury (1990) [ISBN-10: 0688085873]
Road to War: Chapters, 1 2 3, (1919 to 1929)
Decide what five facts for each chapter or theme you think are important.
The book “A Short History of World War II” by James Stokesbury provides comprehensive events that happened prior, during, and after World War II. The first three chapters explain some of the facts that later led to the war's breakout in 1939.
Chapter 1: Peace and Rearmament
Fact One: The end of the First World War resulted in the signing of treaties between the victorious Allies and defeated powers.
Fact Two: From 1924 to the late 1920s, Europe was characterized by stability and little conflicts among nations.
Fact Three: With the help of the League of Nations, countries were involved in conferences that would oversee disarmament programs to prevent another world war from taking place.
Fact four: In the 1920s, most European countries such as Germany, Britain, and France were involved in creating private-alliance systems against their perceived rivals.
Fact Five: The Second World War began due to the German Wehrmacht crossing to Poland, r
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