At this conference all of the major countries, excluding Russia, and many smaller countries agreed that war was not a national policy and stated that they would try to resolve problems through diplomatic means.
The third cause of world war II was the rise of Fascism.
Fascism was a movement that began before world war I, but did not become a serious political power until Benito Mussolini took control of the Italian government in 1922.
However, we know that this treaty failed because Germany invaded France during world war II.
The final failed peace effort was the Paris Peace Act.
Under Mussolini Italy became a Totalitarian government where labor unions were abolished and political opponents were killed or silenced.
This caused many things to happen to Italy’s social and economic problems.
The first of these problems was the lowered living standard of the Italian people.
The people lost their eight hour work day protection and their wages were lowered by the government.
Mussolini wanted women to have more children so that he could create a larger army in the future.
In this way he felt that he could have a large army by the time he was ready to go to war for more land.