Knowing they have lost, Hitler and many of his high ranking officers committed suicide, and Germany surrendered (The History Place, n.d.). At the end of the war, part of Asia and much of Europe laid in ruins. There was an uneasy peace; the United States and the Soviet Union became the most powerful, and the majority of the people was starving and homeless (Stokesbury, 2017). In conclusion, the end of the war was not a thing to rejoice
Eventually, a large coalition of many European countries declared war on France to stop Napoleon’s expansion that threatened to crush Napoleon’s France (cite 4). Toward the end of his reign, Napoleon realized his Anagnorisis and that had failed and tried to places his son on the throne (cite 3). Finally, at the battle of Waterloo as Napoleon almost broke the English lines, Prussian reinforcements arrived and broke Napoleon's army returning France to a monarchy. Afterward, he was forced into exile for the rest of his days to suffer(cite 5). Thus, Napoleon and his image of a united Europe under France were crushed as his armies had been.
World War II broke out and millions of Jewish people, Polish people, and many more died horrible deaths. Because of his actions, many bloodlines and families were lost. Adolf Hitler believed he was doing the world a favor, but the results were
Britain lost their power, France lost lives and land, Germany lost everything and Japan lost thousands of civilians in their suicidal attacks. Now, maybe if governments use the past as a guide to the future we won't have to fight such a bloody battle ever again. Especially with nuclear weapons so easily
They suffered a disastrous defeat at the Battle of the Kasserine Pass in Feb. 1943. There was internal bickering between the United States and Britain. However, this was a turning point for the war. President Roosevelt put General Patton in charge. The Allies stopped the advance of the German army in North Africa and began pushing back.
The American Civil War has gone down in the history as the war that contained the most bloodshed. Many people lost their lives, homes were destroyed and America was forced to stay at a standstill and unable to develop the government and society in an upward direction. Throughout the years the United States began to focus on a paradox of development; a proposition that leads to a conclusion that seems senseless, logically unacceptable, or self-contradictory of developing. The US turned all their time and energy to develop the country so they could compete with Europe by becoming an industrialised nation. The United States began their paradox of development by expanding their country west as well as beginning to transition from an agriculture
President Richard Nixon resigned on August ninth 1974 because too much was going on with the Watergate and the documents. On August eighth 1974 President Richard Nixon announced that he will resign the next day. After two very bad years with a public debate about the Watergate scandal. President Richard Nixon was the first president to resign in American history. Before President Richard Nixon resigned he said “By taking this action” he said seriously and dramatically from a televised advertisement "I hope that I will have hastened the start of the process of healing which is so desperately needed in America."
The mobs attacked the Tuileries ( doc 1). He decided to create the Second Republic. Socialists decided to take control of the government and set up workshops for the unemployed. Before this, many factories shut down, causing lost jobs to the France citizens ( pg. 220).
As a defeated country, Russia suffered a lot at the expense of ground, natural resources and its train system. When Lenin was dead, Stalin succeeded him and became the new leader of the state. As soon as Stalin came to power, he began to make a five-year economic plan for the sake of realizing Lenin’s dream of turning Soviet Union into an industrialized country. Meanwhile, he also took some measures within the party. He obliterated the party and got rid of the rivals.
All in all World War Two was the worst conflict in the entire history of the world. It brought out the worst in those who hated jews and caused the world to almost fall apart. Millions were killed and those who survived were scared for life. The war began Scruggs
World War I lasted for four years and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles marked the defeat of Germany. Adolf Hitler rose to power for his promise to rebuild Germany. His aggressive attitude initiates the Second World War when he arranged an unprovoked attack on Poland. While Germany reclaimed his land, Japan joined the Axis alliance with Germany and Italy in order to dominate Southeast Asia. The United States stay neutral in WWII until the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Europe was still very unstable because of the effects of World War I especially Germany. Their politics and economy were very unstable, so it was easy for a dictator to take the “throne”. Hitler and the Nazi party soonly took over. The Allied powers continually tried to get Hitler to stop expanding and conquering other lands. Hitler agreed, but continually disregarded them violating and denouncing the Treaty of Versailles, which ended World War I. Germany signed treaties with Japan and Italy to help them take over the world.
After multiple conflicts between Emperor and Chancellor in domestic and foreign affairs, Otto von Bismarck (the Iron Chancellor) resigned the post he had held for so long and was succeeded by General von Caprivi (Cecil 167). These arguments with the architect of German unification and a military genius only gave the Junkers more cause for concern about Wilhelm II 's rule. As the years passed into the new century, Wilhelm 's policies on both foreign and domestic fronts would further alienate his own people and many other
Toronto — On June 28th 1919 WW1 officially concluded after the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, however as a result of the war, Canada has suffered great losses, many that will change the fate of the nation. World War 1, a war that started in 1914 after the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, ended on November 11, 1918, and all the nations involved had agreed to terms of peace and formally stopped fighting. On June 28, 1919, Germany and the Allied Forces (Britain, France, Italy, and Russia) came together to sign the Treaty of Versailles and formally concluded the Great War. Although many soldiers held their head high in victory and praise just a year later, in present day Canada, our nation has started to feel the grief and dark path