This is a four page essay on the interwar period between WWI and WWII, and the European advancements in warfare at that point in history.
The Inter-war period between World War I and World War II was a time that governments relied on treaties and pacts to maintain peace rather than wage war. Some of these treaties and pacts did more to instigate war than to help deter it. Some examples of these are the Versailles Treaty, which basically all but dismantled the German military structure, another example is that of the Paris Peace Act of 1928, which was " a voluntary renunciation of war as an instrument of national policy". Because treaties such as these, the reciprocal effect of any deviation caused tensions which eventuall…
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