How Did Ww2 Affect World War 2

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Over two and a half million civilians were evacuated for their safety during The Second World War (The Evacuation). Children were being evacuated, and families were separated because of the violence in the war. The fighting began in 1939, and it lasted until 1945. The two sides in the conflict were the Axis powers with Germany, Italy, and Japan and the Allied forces with Britain, China, the Soviet Union, and the United States. World War II affected not only soldiers but also the commoners. The war increased women’s work, caused children to evacuate, and affected British soldiers’ families.
Firstly, women in Britain took over jobs that men had before they joined the army. When the men joined the British Army, women stayed at home and were confronted with many obstacles. They had to work in factories. Women were a large factor in the production of clothes, materials, and other necessities for the army. In fact, one source
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In Great Britain, about 382,700 soldiers were killed throughout the war (World). While soldiers had to have tremendous bravery, their parents and family had to have tremendous faith and bravery to believe their loved ones would return. One lady named Lilia Goncharova said,”World War II had a devastating effect on my family. As a result of this war, I don’t have many relatives left. Five members of my family died during the Nazi occupation of the Soviet Union” (Euronews). Lilia and many others like her, suffered greatly even though they did not participate in the war. Some people believe that soldiers were the only people that were affected by World War II. While soldiers were affected by injuries, war memories, and death, soldiers families were affected by the loss of their loved ones. Every time a British soldier was killed or injured, someone related to them was grieved. World War II was a life-changing war for
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