Although the wars were very similar the wars did have a difference, world war one was more wester v.s. world war 2 which was more global. In world war 1 the war was fought in europe and most of the countries that were involved in world war 1 were in europe. Most other countries just helped out. In a picture of the rhineland it shows that the war was fought with france, germany, United Kingdom, and Holland.(doc 5) While in world war 2 way more countries not located in europe joined the war. The document about the yalta conference it shows the countries that were involved with world war 2.
During the years that led up to World War 1, many factors took place that potentially caused the war to occur, especially in the continent of Europe. In the Balkan peninsula, a belief called nationalism caused lots of chaos and tension between the nations (OI). Prideful Balkan countries would battle amongst themselves to prove their dominance as a culture. On top of this, countries formed alliances, creating an intricate alliance system that stretched throughout most of 20th century Europe
With so many people were dying already from the disease grief was high. Medication at the time was no wear near what it is in present times. The health statue of Europe was falling and the large masses of people who were dying began to raise horror in people. To correspond with that many people had little to no knowledge of cleanliness and how it can affect heath.
DBQ # 3 World War II was a major turning point for California and we were still in the Great Depression. Hitler’s invasion of Poland in September 1939 drove Great Britain and France to declare war on Germany, and that is when World War II begun. The conflict took many lives and destroyed a lot of land and property for the next six years. As a result of World War II there was a change in California with the labor for women, scrap metal, and the Japanese Americans.
“The second World War took place not so much because no one won the first, but because the Versailles Treaty did not acknowledge this truth”, (Paul Johnson). On July 28th, 1914 a life changing event occurred, World War 1(WW1). There have been many reasonable explanations for the cause of WW1. That really doesn’t matters except for the fact that many countries were fighting each other over the span of 4 years. There were two sides to the war.
World War II dramatically changed the United States turning it from an isolationist nation to a superpower, ready to lead the world. However, the war also affected the internal landscape of the country; as tensions increased between the United States and the Soviet Union, so did tensions between democracy and communism. During the 1940s and 1950s, a hysteric fear of communism swept the United States, as many Americans felt that communism was on a path of total take over, threatening the existence of the United States. Fear of the threat of communism filled the United States following World War II due to the planting of the roots of communist fears before the end of the war, the spread of communism throughout the world, and propaganda and internal
World War II had many outcomes, but not all of them affect the world today. Part of the outcomes that do affect the world today are affecting the world in different ways, for example the cold war, war crimes, division of Germany. One of the most important ones is the creation of UDHR (Universal Declaration of Human Rights), but one can argue that the most important one is is the creation of Israel. Israel is very impactful today as it affects the world politically, economically and socially, and the UDHR is supposed to prevent discrimination, slavery, and inequality. The UDHR was formed on December 1948, (History of the Document) three years after the war ended.
World War I is known as one of the most devastating wars in history, killing over millions of people. The conflict was between the Allied forces (Britain, France, Italy, Japan, Russia, United States) and the Central Powers (Austria-Hungry, Bulgaria, Germany, Ottoman Empire) which led to a split in nations. One of the causes of World War I was due to the assassination of Franz Ferdinand who is the archduke of Austria-Hungary in Sarajevo. As a result, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia and other European nations joined in. Women had many roles like persuading their husband to take part in the war, becoming nurses to aid for the injured soldiers, and taking care of their family.
World War I was a global war which mainly took place in Europe, involving countries on the Triple Alliance such as Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy and their opposing countries, Russia, France and Great Britain, also known as the Triple Entente. The war took place from 28 July, 1914 until 11 November, 1918, killing more than 9 million combatants and impacting many aspects of a nation. Three of the underlying causes of World War 1 were militarism, alliance systems and nationalism. Militarism is a belief that a country should maintain a strong army which is prepared to defend its country. Countries involved in World War I believed that militarism was important for a country’s pride, success, and honor.
What is the most effective way to stop a world war? On September 1, 1939, Germany invaded Poland (Timeline), going against the Treaty of Versailles but no one did anything. Every nation ignored the actions of Hitler, which in turn probably gave Hitler the message that he could do whatever he wanted and get away with it. As his actions become unbearable to ignore, the nations became angered and joined the war. The world was then split into two opposing teams: the Axis powers (which housed Germany, Japan, and Italy) and the Allied powers (Great Britain, the United States, China, and the Soviet Union).
World War One had many legacies after it ended. A legacy that the war left was power and authority in different countries effect after the war. The powers were the Nazis in Germany, the fascist in Italy,and the Bolsheviks in Russia. After the war many people were looking for hope,which made them join groups to make them feels apart of something.
The flu, incurable at the time, was being passed along in the U.S leaving thousands of citizens sick and being easily passed on. It all began with a small conflict between two countries that soon led into something much more drastic. Serbia was a new and independent country that was anxious to become a large Slavic country. (Doc 4) Serbia soon asked Austria-Hungary if they would like to combine their countries to become a larger country.
At the time WW1 was raging on and because of this Sadie also recalls that, “it was eerie for a child to watch the constant stream of wagons going to the graveyard to bury the soldiers and those who had died from the flu. ”(Cdc.gov, Sadie Afraid Of His Horses - Janis) She and her family called Influenza the,”Bad Sickness”.(Cdc.gov, Sadie Afraid Of His Horses - Janis) The future of Influenza is not as grand as it once was.