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After about twenty years of international peace, another great war came in 1939. This was the Second World War, which lasted until 1945. The Second World War was always regarded as a continuation of the First World War. The Germany was angry with the harsh terms of the treaty of Versailles. Italy was also dissatisfied because at the Paris Peace Conference, she failed to get the land she wanted. The discontent of both Germany and Italy paved the way for the rise of aggressive foreign policies in these countries.
1.Failure of the League of Nations to keep peace
In1919, President Wilson of the USSA persuaded other countries to form a peacemaking organization. This led to the setting up of the League of Nations in 1920. However, the League had its own weakness. It lacked an armed force to carry its decisions. It was short of funds. And it did not have the support of the USA though its formation was proposed by the USA President.
2.The Great Depression
For a few years after the First World War, there was increased production, and trade grew. The USA grew particularly rich. She granted loans to help Germany pay her war indemnity. Many countries also depended on the USA as a major market for their goods as well as a moneylender.
On 24th October, 1929, the New York stock market on Wall Street crashed, and millions of people lost all their savings. The crash of the Wall Street stock market marked the beginning of the Great Depression (1929-1933).
Since America had close economic ties with other countries, the Great Depression spread across the world. Industry slowed down or stopped, raw material price fall, and most countries in the world suffered. In 1929, more than 12 million Americans were unemployed. In Germany, inflation was serious.
主要係因為經濟衰退（The Great Depression）及League of Nations無權力阻止戰爭
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