World War II : The Deadliest And Most Widely Spread War Essay

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World War II was the deadliest and most widely spread war in our history, which involved 30 countries and resulted in the death of 50 million military and innocent civilian deaths or more (some websites and books even estimate higher). The war had been dragged on for 6 deadly years until the final defeat of both Nazi Germany and Japan in 1945 that it came to an end. No one historic event can be said to have been the origin of World War II because so much had happened from all spectrums of every country. From Japan seizing Manchuria from China, Marco Polo Bridge, Adolf Hitler 's remitarization of Germany, Italy 's invasion and defeat of Abyssinia, dropping of atomic bombs, to harsh military occupations in the World War II period, the past experiences from World War II are still present in the Asian Pacific. The United States had actually remained out of the for the most part up until the end of 1941. They provided aid to the Soviet Union and Britain throughout the war. It wasn 't until the Japanese attacked and bombed Pearl Harbon, December 7, 1941 that they had been an actual fighting cause in the war. At that point, The United States entered the war with Congress declaring war on Japan. Then Germany who had a honoring pact with Japan, then decided to declare war on the United States. This only was a timing fuse for the other countires to do the same. There was a European alliace throughout Italy, Romania, and other countries that also declared war. "America was now at…

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