EIGHT events have been identified by historians as being especially significant in causing war (click on the yellow pointers to see HOW they helped to cause war): Saar Plebsicite, 1935 • It broke the Treaty of Versailles • It started a rearmament race • It divided the nations opposing Germany.
Click here for the interpretation 5. Eight Steps to War [SCRAMCUP] In addition, the events leading up to the war played a part in starting the fighting. Each event created anger in the allies. This anger grew until Chamberlain declared war on Hitler on 3rd September 1939.
These could all be listed under the common heading "connectives", however I have provided them in categories. Logic e.g., as a result, alternatively, however, nonetheless, therefore, for example, despite this, although, in relation to this, notwithstanding, nontheless, regardless; Time : after, then , next, meanwhile, because, since, as a result, not only...
• Remember to PEE every paragraph, citing evidence, and explaining how each event helped to cause the war • Include logical connectives such as 'therefore', 'consequently' and 'because of this...'.
Note: this is not a concluding connective and also you can use "Furthermore", "Moreover" or "In addition" for the last argument if you wishMark the beginning of the three supporting arguments with connectives from the above listCheck your answer
Three common concluding connectives are:
Priest has long advocated his minimally inconsistent LP (viz., MiLP) as the 'universal logic' (for standard extensional connectives), which enjoys LP as its weaker (monotonic) core.
Now, can you adapt the information in this essay to write the essay in a slightly different form: 'Was the policy of appeasement the most important reason for the outbreak of the Second World War? Explain your answer.'