The Events Of World War 2

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World War 2 was undoubtedly one of the most important events in history not only for what happened throughout the six years of war but also the aftermath of the war. Beyond the casualties and deaths this devastating war would open new doors for technology advancement, medicine innovations and creations also changes in music ,art ,sports and culture. Furthermore back home in the United States the role of women was beginning to shape up during the conflict at the other side of the world . Previous verbal arguments between countries escalated and led to previous physical encounters.Such as that of the first world war which took place from July 28, 1919 until November 11,1918 with an estimated 16.5 million deaths in both military and civilian…show more content…
A war that would last from 1939 to 1945 six years of breathtaking battles tense and suspense not knowing whether or not that day would be your last wearing the uniform that represents the country you defend. To illustrate even further this war was divided into two groups the allies and the axis. The allies were composed of the United States, France, England and the U.S.S.R (Soviet union) led by Franklin D.Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin also known as “the big three” and behalf of the axis powers countries such as Italy, Japan and Germany which were led by some of the most gruesome leaders of all time such as Benito Mussolini , Hideki Tojo and undoubtedly the mastermind behind the start of World War 2 the german dictator Adolf Hitler. A leader like Adolf Hitler who used his aggressive speeches, driving force and central point amongst the faith crowd that believed in all he said thinking that he would bring back the great germany and make germany a super power but instead blinded people of what was really going on during the war the germans were killing jews creating a mass genocide of the race of jews killing almost 7 million civilians this included kids,adults,and elders this being done in the concentration camps in a span of only six years from 1933-1939 where people would be detained or confined, usually under harsh conditions and without regard to legal norms of arrest and imprisonment many
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