World War two became the most destructing and longest reaching conflict to go down in history. World War two was caused because of the ending of world was one. From my understanding of that Germany was humiliated for the lost of world war one and then the economy in Germany went down which then involved Adolf Hitler to take charge and secretly start an army. Then decided to blame it on the Jews which later ended up in almost to the extension of the Jews, due to concentration camps and the assassination of the Jews. It was extremely cruel and harsh many deaths occurred it had altered the image of war. world war two brought new devilish weapons and instruments of destruction were invented to destroy which included plastic explosives, proximity fuses,rockets,jet airplanes, and of course automatic weapons. The racist propaganda on both sides cause a lot of hatred towards one another. Over fifty million deaths resulted from this horrific war. More than two third of them were innocent civilians. This war was so horrific that it dismembered nations and whole cities were leveled. The world is still trying to cope with that war because of how destructive it was. In 1914 the United States was unprepared to face a world war. The United States army and navy was under staffed and under equipped. It would have to take months to be able to regain soldiers and money to be able to ship them off but time was of the essence and japan and Germany were ready to go and were on the move for war. The economy was already partially mobilized from the previous was world war, the United States paid scientist for making bombs and weapons. The pressure of war would mean spending double of the national product. America spent ten times more money than what was spent in world war one. The massive impact of government capital into the economy encouraged a great deal of centralization and consolidation in private industries. Large companies were making deals with the government contracts were coming in from left to right. The more they won the larger the companies became, with that said if you didn’t have a contract with the government then you were pretty much out of business. In 1942 alone three hundred thousand businesses closed down. The problem in America was no longer to find jobs for Americans to make a living. The problem then became to find workers that were willing to work for the booming ship yard and the air craft factories munitions plants. People who lived along side of the margins were now brought into work most of them were women. The economy did not get better the increase of family income and government spending during the war raised Americans worst fears. Everything was set for war; the little money that was left was used on war and or to purchase more power. One positive thing did come out of this war. Over six million women began to work. They worked for the army’s corps and also volunteered in the emergency service. Women became tool makers and machinists and riveters and crane operators and lumberjacks, blacksmiths and railroad workers. Also the African Americans were also brought in to defend the United States, from the very start black leaders demanded equality and respect from all other race that was involved in the war. Eventually over time one million African American joined and served in the arm forces. The Americans top priority was to defeat Hitler .The Pearl Harbor attack brought the British close to America and made a deal to have joint war. This then began the not always harmonious but successful war plan between the United States and the Great Britain. After much discussion, fears and observation and disagreements the United States and Great Britain came to an agreement and decided to invade French North Africa who then
The Atrocities of WW2 | December 3
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Article 147 of the Fourth Geneva Convention defines war crimes as wilful killing, torture or inhuman treatment, including... wilfully causing great suffering or serious injury to body or health, unlawful deportation or transfer or unlawful confinement of a protected person, compelling a protected person to serve in the forces of a hostile power, or wilfully depriving a protected person of the rights of fair and regular…
was able to counter this offensive. On June 4, 1942, US aircraft flying from USS Enterprise, USS Hornet, and USS Yorktown attacked and sunk four Japanese carriers, forcing Yamamoto to withdrawal. The Battle of Midway marked the turning point of World War II in the Pacific. The Battle of Midway was predominently fought on June 4, 1942, though operations did continue until June 7. At 04:30 on June 4, Vice Admiral Chuichi Nagumo, commanding the Japanese carriers, launched 108 planes to attack Midway…
World War II Response
When most people think about war they most commonly relate it to mass destruction with many lives lost. It is the reasons behind the war which make it able for us to wake up everyday in a diverse country with many different ethnics and races we meet everyday. The United States has become an melting pot which every race is allowed and accepted but it was the certain events and historic moments that allowed it to be this way. Freedom was a rallying cry and language of national…
World War II
By: Austin cole
World War II was a global conflict that was underway by 1939 and ended in 1945. It involved most of the world’s nations including all of the great power eventually forming two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis. It was the most widespread war in history, with more than 100 million military personnel mobilized. In a state of total war, the major participants placed their entire economic, industrial, and scientific capabilities at the…
Post World War II brought about great change in U.S. cities. These changes were occurred because of programs the government instituted after the war. The greatest change was seen with the demographics of a city. This change brought the movement of white Americas out of the inner city to the suburbs and the Africa Americas of the south migrating to northern cities. After the war many soldiers came back to their families with no where to live or work. There was no where to build…
World War 11
When the World War I broke out in 1914, with Austria-Hungary declaring war on Serbia. America’s first reaction was to stay out to conflict. President Wilson, in his speech to the Congress on August 19, 1914 said: "Every man who really loves America will act and speak in the true spirit of neutrality. The United States must be neutral in fact as well as in name during these days that are to try men’s souls. We must be impartial in thought as well as in action."
All American leaders…
World War II – 2
How did World War II change the lives of people at home in different countries?
1. Germany invaded the ________________ Union in 1941 even though the Soviets and the Nazis signed a
non________________ pact. Eventually Hitler ________________ most of Europe. Many Europeans
resisted Hitler in ________________” armies and helped the ____________when they liberated their
2. To the Nazis…
Physiological Impacts of World War Two
When a soldier enlists into the military forces they know they are going in to fight for their country and freedom for everyone. They spend months training and preparing for the war and what to come. They learn to fight, shoot, and kill enemies, but what they do not learn is how to cope with the after math of the war. Soldiers in war every year come home with many post traumatic effects from what they had witnessed. During world war two this was known as shell…
World War II was the mightiest struggle humankind has ever seen. It killed more people, cost more money, damaged more property, affected more people, and caused more far-reaching changes in nearly every country than any other war in history. The number of people killed, wounded, or missing between September 1939 and September 1945 can never be calculated, but it is estimated that more than 55 million people perished.
More than 50 countries took part in the war, and the whole world felt its effects…
During 1939-1945 was one of the worst wars America has ever seen this was World War II. During World War II, many Americans had to change their lives by doing more for the military than themselves for example they had to conserve energy and other important things, consider new jobs/relocate, and Ration their food.
In document 1 it’s showing how people would be encouraged to carpool, saying that if you didn’t you’d be riding with Hitler almost. They would say this because by car pulling that saved…