Comparison between WW1 and WW2. Ali Hamza 5B (4) 1.How and why they began One of the differences between World War 1 and 2 is how and why they began. World War 1 started when assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinandwhich created an explosive reaction from Europe because of years of built up hostility and distrust. When World War 2 broke out it was because Germany began invading neighbouring countries like Austria and Yugoslavia. When Germany then invaded Poland a group of countries called the allies united to defeat Germany and its friends, who are referred to as the Axis powers.
How did The Blitz affect British society? The Blitz was a period in the early stage of World War 2. Those who remember it today describes it as a never-ending nightmare, with massive loads of bombs dropped on the entire UK. It was a part of the war that altered many human lives in the UK. When Adolf Hitler won the German election in 1932, he triggered what many believe to be the beginning of a new world war.
This is a universal refugee experience because many people were forced to leave their families behind in order to survive. This relates to Anne because she also lost many things. For instance, she lost freedom, as mentioned before in this paragraph, which may seem abstract compared to the loss of family, but important nonetheless. This shows how Anne had lost many possessions because of war, just like the man in the article. Ha also lost her father because of the war.
Women had to take on the men’s jobs because they left to go fight in the war. Women’s fashion choices had to change to accommodate their needs because of their new jobs. Their lifestyles changed as a result of the war. Women realized that the deserved more than what they were getting. They were doing the same jobs and they wanted equal pay and equal rights.
The Nazis would choose whether they were capable of doing difficult outdoor work or if they should be sent to the gas chambers. 865,000 people did upon arrival, mainly due to gassing (Killing Centers). Thousands of people died from exhaustion from working since they were already weak from having no food (Byers 112). In 1941 Hitler came up with the final solution. He set up killing centers to quickly kill as many Jews as possible.
World War II went on for six years and would destroy more land and property around the world and kill more people than any other war before. The war would unite countries around the world and cause many advances in technology and advances in battle tactics. It would also prove extremely costly for the entire world. World War II began on September 1, 1939 when Germany invaded poland which caused Britain and France to declare
Afraid of the American troops finding the work camps; Hitler ordered all work camps to be evacuated to death camps deep in Germany. Death Marches Death marches began when enemy forces invaded Germany finding work camps. Hitler didn't want his enemy's finding even more work camps and liberate them, so he decided to get rid of the evidence. The death marches
Lera Ramsay Hour 5 District Performance Event The year 1939 wasn’t a good year for anyone. In 1939, France and England declared war on the Axis Powers, Germany, Italy, and Japan, starting World War II. During this time Nazi Concentration Camps formed under Hitler’s command and Japanese Internment Camps formed in America. While both camps were horrible things, they were not the same thing. Japanese Internment Camps and Nazi Concentration Camps, essentially, were not the same thing because of the reasons why they were formed, the outcome of the camps, and the effects they had on people.
World War 1 had a huge impact on women´s lives, it was the spark that lead women have their rights and make a change in society’s perceptions towards women. The reason of this is because during World War 1 men had to go to the war and quit their jobs, this gave women the opportunity to take men’s jobs. More than a million women were able to join the workforce between 1914 and 1918, and they perform many different jobs. Some examples were: postal workers, police patrols, they learned how to produce parts of war machines, they had jobs in the area of engineering and chemical industries, and they were even soldiers. Some of this jobs were also dangerous.
Women had a challenging time getting their place permanently in the workforce. Women and jobs are still a problem in today 's day and age. Apart from education, it was jobs that helped them create their identity in the world. Furthermore, the 1920 's were booming years for women in general. Women were taking on roles that were female-oriented as well as male-oriented like athletes, lawyers, and even nurses.
For example, Poland was defeated on April 9, 1940, and they started invading neutral countries; along with other countries like Italy creating an alliance called the Axis. As time passed, more invasions happened like the Battle of Britain. Along with violating the Treaty of Versailles, Germany also violated the German-Soviet Pact by invading the Union, but they drove the Germans out (Holocaust Museum, n.d.). In June 1941, mass murder began. While on July 3, Joseph Stalin, the Soviet leader, called for a scorched earth policy.