The cause of World War II, that is, the fuse. Blitz Poland for Germany, provoking the war across Europe. So far, World War II broke out.
The second World War, that is, World War II, can also be called the World War against Fascism. It began on September 1, 1939 and ended on September 2, 1945. It lasted six years. We all know that there is always a cause before anything happens, so what is the cause of World War II?
On September 1, 1931, the German army gathered a huge force, using aircraft and tanks. Poland launched a sudden attack on it without knowing it. Because the equipment of the Polish army was too old to compete with Germany, the Polish army was forced to retreat. A large part of the land fell. This is the famous “German flash Poland” incident, also known as the “Polish Campaign”, Britain and France declared war on Germany. It was this move that ignited the fuse of the war, and the Second World War broke out.
On June 22, 1941, German forces launched a surprise attack on the Soviet Union, beginning the Great Patriotic War. Enlarging the fireworks of war. The incident began when Japanese troops attacked Pearl Harbor, then the largest U.S. military base in the Pacific, in December of that year. Thus further expanding the scope of the Second World War.
On July 17, 1942, the Battle of Stalingrad broke out, with the Soviet Union winning and Germany suffering a crushing defeat. At the same time this battle had a crucial role. It was not only a turning point in the Soviet-German War, but also a turning point in World War II. After the Battle of Midway, the United States successfully repelled the Japanese navy’s attack on the midway atoll, and the most important thing was that it took the initiative in the Pacific theater and reversed the situation of the Asia-Pacific War. Next year, other countries also began to counter-attack one after another.
On May 8,1945, the German delegates declared their surrender and signed the Unconditional surrender that ended the Second World War in Europe. On August 15 of the same year, the Emperor of Japan announced his unconditional surrender to the Allies. On September 2, the Japanese government officially signed the surrender. Thus, the end of World War II.
It can be said that the Second World War was the largest, most fiercely fought and most brutal disaster in human history. Although it is a thing of the past, the great losses brought by it are irreparable by the feelings of the country and the people of the world, and we must bear in mind the bitter lessons of history, seek a long-term path of peaceful development and achieve world peace.