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    The world has experienced many wars; however, none were as horrific as World War II. Approximately 50 million people were killed during World War II, as an illustration, this is about 1 out of every 6 people that make up the United State’s population today. This tragedy is a direct consequence of the results of World War I, Hitler’s rise to power, and the expansion of Japan and Italy. By the end of World War I in 1917, the war had become a struggle of attrition. Both sides were trying to bleed the

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    World War II,1939-1945, caused lots of destruction to many people and many countries.The war was fought between two groups,the axis power and the allied power.The axis power included Germany,Italy, and Japan while the allied power included Britain,France,Canada,New Zealand,The Soviet Union,China and the United States.There were many different events that could be linked to the start of the war including the Germans invasion of Poland.The Germans invasion of Poland led Britain and France to declare

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    World War II is argumentatively one of the largest events in war history. World War II changed that world and everyone who lived during those six years. Many people believe that Adolf Hitler was the central cause for the war, however, it is important to understand that there are many other causes. These include: Treaty of Versailles, Fascism, Hitler and the Nazi party, the Great Depression, and appeasement. It would be extremely difficult to place blame on only one specific person or event for World

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    The World Of World War II

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    World War II has been considered one of the worst things to ever occur in history. Violence, death and aggression took place in the 1930s and 1940s in certain European nations. German leader, Hitler played an important, yet a very big role during this time. With the rise and domination of fascism in Germany and Italy, the goal was to maintain peace, established by the Treaty of Versailles ended up in major disaster. World War II began with the poor economic conditions in Europe after World War I

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    different levels of the educational system most everyone has talked about the Second World War in great detail. The European and Pacific Theaters were the main focus of many historians and their writing, because war pertained to the audience of the time. WWII revolved around the idea of freedom and liberating the fascist governments of Europe, the homefront back in the states was the war machine that kept the war churning. Millions of pages have been written about the experiences and battles during

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    The World Of World War II

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    World War II was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945. It led to millions of deaths, and devastation across the world. Nazi Germany took control of many European countries, and Japan declared war on the United States. American soldiers were deployed and took action to protect the nation. The United States was in a constant limbo between being safe, and having war on its doorstep. Life for citizens, in the United States and other countries, was affected tremendously by the war, and has shaped

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    The War Of World War II

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    Introduction World War II was the second major war that broke out across the world. It was fought between the Axis Powers and the Allied Powers. The Axis Powers originally consisted of Germany, Italy, Japan, and later were joined by Hungary, Bulgaria, and Romania. The Allied Powers were the United States, Britain, France, Soviet Union, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Greece, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Africa, and Yugoslavia. The United States involvement in World War

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    great global conflict, the Second World War was the most extensive and lethal war in history, which involved more than 30 countries. It marked more than 50 million military and civilian deaths. Though dumbfounded by the events of December 7, Americans were also determined. President Roosevelt asked Congress to declare war against Japan On December 8. The declaration passed with just one rebel vote. After three days, Germany and Italy, connected with Japan, declared war on the United States. America was

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    effected the world is World War II. It is an event that will never be forgotten because of how many different countries were involved and how it affected the Jews as well. During the war, the United States started to put up posters to get people to join the army and there were other countries that convinced the people to invest money into the war. Without the propaganda and the use of artwork on posters and flyers that they used to influence people in the U.S. they may have never won the war. One of the

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    events that could bring so many people together while simultaneously tearing them apart-- World War II is one of those events. While the beginning is not set in stone, many will argue that the war all started with the unwarranted German attack on Poland in September of 1939. As tensions rose between countries, conflict began to swell. Over 20 countries were involved, and alliances were established. The war was fought between two major alliances; the Allied powers and the Axis powers. The Allied powers

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