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  • Great war

    Having read Winter et al's "The great war and the 20th century" I always wondered whether the problem of the European powers was economic or land. Were the disputes palliativly and temporarily fixed in the years leading to the war same in nature with the Casus belli of 1914. Or why the mighty League of Nations easily imposing the newly drawn map was so helpless against ANCHLUSS of 1938 and annexation of Sudentenland. There was a set system which Germany was not pleased with. I can see the same discontent among emerging powers towards the permanent security Council members at U.N .I have to read more. Clark,MacMillan and Hart may give me a idea whether it was avoidable.

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