-A J P Taylor is unequivocal in his condemnation of Hitler for his destruction of German democracy, the concentration camps, and for the extermination of peoples during the Second World War. “In international affairs”, however, he writes, “there was nothing wrong with Hitler except that he was a German”. -Basing your answer on A J P Taylor’s “The Origins of the Second World War” as well as on at least four of the essays in Gordon Martel’s “The Origins of the Second World War Reconsidered”, write an essay in which you argue the case – for or against – Taylor’s thesis on the origins of the Second World War.