Second Thirty Years War

Second Thirty Years War

The "Second Thirty Years' War" is a heavily criticized periodization sometimes used by historians to encompass the wars in Europe from 1914–1945 emphasizing the similarities of the period as an integral whole. Just as the Thirty Years' War (1618–1648) 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 exacerbated by new ideologies such as communism, fascism and nazism.

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