The Causes And Effects Of World War II

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World war two was the deadliest and global war that started from 1939 – 1945, although hand to hand combat started later in the years. This war included almost all the nations in the world, as well as all the “greatest nations”, eventually becoming two great sides forming the Axis and Allies. It’s been the biggest worldwide war in history. It involved more than one- hundred thousand people, including millions of civilians that died innocently in many occasions like the Holocaust (were about eleven million people were killed) and the industrial bombing of cities including the (Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan), the estimate of casualties of innocent people was around fifty- million too eighty five- million victims. These cases made World War …show more content…
For the next three years many allied forces, along with U.S. air force, bombed industrial plants and cities all over the German states and gained much of the land taken away, back. During 1942 to 1943, allied forces won many important battles in North Africa. In May 1943, Axis forces in Africa, nearly 150,000 troops in all, surrendered. On June 6, 1944, (D- Day) a part of a massive military operation, over 150,000 allied soldiers landed in France (which was now in the hands of the Germans) was liberated at the end of august; it was one of the bloodiest battles in history of world war. On September 11, 1944, U.S. troops crossed into Germany. In mid December the Germans launched an unsuccessful counter attack, it was starting to be obvious that the Germans were losing power and soon it would be the end of the war. Air forces attacked German industrial plants and cities, plus one of the Auschwitz camps. The soviets launched several attacks on January 1945, setting free part of Poland. In mid February they bombed the German city of Dresden, killing about 35,000 innocent civilians. On April 16, a final attack was made; they surrounded the German capital and threatened to destroy it. Hitler committed suicide on April 30, 1945. The Nazi Germany finally admitted they had no chance and surrendered; but on the pacific the only …show more content…
The estimate of casualties of this war was 24,000,000 military and 49,000,000 civilians with the total of 73,000,000. With the rest of our fellow Christians we pray that never would there be another world

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