The Successful Impacts Of World War II And World War Two

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World War One would be the war that starts all wars. Malala Yousafzai said during her speech in the UN Assembly “In many parts of the world, especially Pakistan and Afghanistan, terrorism, war, and conflict stop children to go to their schools. We are really tired of these wars. Women and children are suffering.” As we all know, no war is better than other; all wars are brutal, in general. Until today, innocent civilians still remain as the victims of war. Both World War One and World War Two left devastating impacts all over the world. However, World War One was more disastrous compared to World War Two due to the first international war, economic loss, and the origin of the advancement of military technology that ultimately led to World War Two.
World War One is also known as the Total War or the Great War. It was the most horrific war that Europe ever experienced in the history. Hallock described that WW I began on July 28, 1914, by the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand (31). Gavrilo Princip, who is a Serbian nationalist, was the murderer of Franz Ferdinand. From there, Austria-Hungary released a war declaration against Serbia.
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The whole world went through bankruptcy, a real financial struggle, what people called, The Great Depression. According to the lecture video, the start of the Great Depression was noted on October 24, 1929, when the stock market fell in the United States Depression (Hildonen, “Self-Determination & the Great Depression”). Speculation and credit were some of the factors that pushed the crash of the stock market. This recession then extended worldwide and was not finished until the beginning of 1940s, which was the time that the Second World War erupted. The recovery of this crisis was clearly challenging because a large number of labors were slaughtered or injured; bombs or trenches ruined farms and

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