Totalitarianism in Interwar Europe (Causes of World War II)
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While Woodrow Wilson hoped that Europe would be made "safe for democracy" after World War I, interwar Europe was anything but safe for Democracy. Governmental collapse, nationalism, and economic ...

While Woodrow Wilson hoped that Europe would be made "safe for democracy" after World War I, interwar Europe was anything but safe for Democracy. Governmental collapse, nationalism, and economic problems all led to the rise of Totalitarian dictators in the USSR, Italy, Germany, and several other European nations. The rise of totalitarianism was one of the key causes of World War II.

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