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The comparison and contrast of World War I (WWI) and World War II (WWII) causes have been for more than fifty years interesting topics of study. In addition, there are many causes of WWI and WWII, some similar and some different. I will discuss two similar and two major difference reasons for the outbreaks of the two wars.
The first reason of the wars is nationalism or the country's sense of pride and lust for power. In WWI, Germany wanted to expand its new boarders, strengthen their territory and challenge Britain to be the most powerful country on the planet. Germany had been created in 1871 and the German people had a building sense of pride for their new country. The same was true in WWII. Germany wanted to expand its empire throughout Europe, and have more 'living space'. The sense of national pride, which was tarnished by the War Guilt Clause from the Treaty of Versaille
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