You May Be Twenty Years Apart In Age From Someone And Be

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You may be twenty years apart in age from someone and be like twins or you may also be very different from another person. World War One and World War Two are somewhat of a clash between these two extremes. World War One is the definition of a bandwagon effect, it was a bandwagon war. While World War Two starts for more serious reasons and groups are formed on ideals and ethics. The two wars are also very similar in sense of the outcomes each war brought. World War One and World War Two had many more similarities and differences in thoughts of why the United States got involved into each war, the weapons and tactics used to fight, and all the refugees created do to the before, beginning, and after of each war. The United States took its…show more content…
So “six Japanese aircraft carriers and other warships leave northern Japan and head for Pearl Harbor” (World War II Timeline). The carriers and warships reach Pearl Harbor and attack on December 7. A day later in response to Japan’s attack, the U.S declares war against Japan. Then three days following the U.S’s declaration of war, Germany declares war on the U.S (World War II Timeline). Both World War One and World War Two caused a massive amount of death and agony. This came from new and improved weapons and fighting tactics. In both wars every side came up with a new way to get that edge on the opposing side. In World War One, one of the biggest inventions was chemical warfare “the first chlorine gas attack on April 22, 1915… this chlorine attack killed more than 1,100 soldiers and injured many more” (Everts par.1&3). After this first attack it became a race to create these chemicals to kill more men. Even though chemical warfare was not a big cause of the fatalities in World War One it was a very good psychological scare tactic.” (Everts). With the improvement of weapons by World War Two, the tactic for offensive warfare between both the warring parties were to use aircraft, tanks, and trucks (Overy 210). Japan created a team of kamikazes, otherwise known as suicide planes, to use against American naval ships (Peck and Heilbrunn). On the other hand, “the German and
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