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  • The "Second Thirty Years' War" is a periodization scheme sometimes used to encompass the wars in Europe from 1914 to 1945. Just as the Thirty Years' War of 1618 to 1648 was not a single war but a series of conflicts in varied times and locations, later organized and named by historians into a single period, the Second Thirty Years' War has been seen as a "European Civil War", fought over the problem of Germany and exacerbated by new ideologies such as communism, fascism, and Nazism. The thesis of the Second Thirty Years' War is that WWI naturally led to WWII; the latter was the inevitable result of the former and thus they can be seen as a single conflict. Indeed policies that originated in the Bismarck era created an inevitable outcome. The thesis has been challenged and rejected by many historians who see it as too simple an explanation for the complex series of events that occurred during this period. They see WWII as a consequence of Hitler, whose rise to power was contingent on the Great Depression and thus not inevitable. The Second Thirty Years' War thesis is part of the larger debates over the causes of World War II and a European Civil War. (en)
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  • The "Second Thirty Years' War" is a periodization scheme sometimes used to encompass the wars in Europe from 1914 to 1945. Just as the Thirty Years' War of 1618 to 1648 was not a single war but a series of conflicts in varied times and locations, later organized and named by historians into a single period, the Second Thirty Years' War has been seen as a "European Civil War", fought over the problem of Germany and exacerbated by new ideologies such as communism, fascism, and Nazism. (en)
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