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    World War 2 was a pivotal time period in American history. It is widely debated on why it began and when. Many believe it began when Germany and Fascist Italy began invading other nations to expand their nations. Although Germany and fascist Italy wanted to expand their nations and caused many casualties in the process, by doing so they laid the foundation for the end of European colonialism and civil rights in America. After the depression many countries felt the need to expand their nations. In the early and mid-1900’s Germany, Fascist Italy, Japan, and other small allies joined together to form the axis nation. In 1935 Fascist Italy invaded and defeated Ethiopia. While this is just one of the many invasions throughout the war, some people debate that this is the invasion that started the war. On the contrary people say in 1939 when Germany invaded Poland and Czechoslovakia is when the war started. In the axis nations chaotic quest for power they caused an extremely excessive amount of fatalities. There were an estimated total of 50 million casualties that ranged from leaders and soldiers to victims. One of the most member able periods of World War 2 was the holocaust. In 1933 Adolf Hitler came into power and formed the German Nazi Party. The German Nazis targeted Jewish people and other minorities to try to extinct so they…

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    World War 2 Outline

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    WORLD WAR II 6.2 I. Before the war A. Italy 1. Benito Mussolini was the leader of the fascist group in Italy. 2. Fascism is a revolt against democratic values. 3. This was the world’s first totalitarian dictatorship. B. Germany 1. The Treaty of Versailles (which was instituted following World War I) placed harsh conditions on Germany to stop them from rising up in war again. 2. Desperation and starvation caused many problems among the German people. 3. Adolf Hitler led the people with promises…

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    World War 2 Summary

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    The World Wars ravaged Europe in the 20th century and uprooted cultural and social norms. During the war’s, men and women challenged traditional gender norms in their desire to further national pride and the fighting effort. Nancy M. Wingfield and Marai Bucur wrote Gender and War in the 20th century as a case study to better understand the roles ordinary citizens played in the World Wars and the inter-war period. Gender and War in the 20th uses a collection of essays as a case study to…

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    World War 2 Women

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    The Effect of World War 2 on American Women They never saw it coming, but women's lives and roles in society would be forever altered by the second world war. Many women had to join the workforce for the very first time, and others had to fight for our country alongside their men. Because of these changes their home lives would also never be the same. Many women had to pay for child care because they had a full time job, which meant that they couldn’t watch after their children as much(Bryant).…

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    Symbolism In World War 2

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    In World War 2, American isn’t involved until the incident at Pearl Harbor. After the event at Pearl Harbor causing the death of many military men and women, America start to involve themselves into WW2. With the reason of taking revenge against the Japan, stop Germany to control the world, and spread democracy, many American journalist start to create propaganda to attract many America citizens to join the war. Journalist also attempt to persuade American citizen to spend their money on their…

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    World War 2 Essay

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    The war I decided to do research on is World War 2. This World War was very important period in the 20th century because new technology, weapons, women’s rights, and programs to explore outer space were all developed because of the war. Many historians have different opinions of when WW2 started because right after WW1 the battles continued on between nations. The years between the first and second World Wars were a time of instability because throughout the world there was a Great Depression…

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    Cause Of World War 2

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    The causes of World War 2 can be found in Treaty of Versailies, economic eollapse of the world economy,Europeans policies toward Fascist, United States policy of international isolationism, and the failure of the League of Nations.All of these event had a chance to stop World War 2 from happened. The did not because they were a flaw or they scared of doing anything to start another World War. The Treaty of Versailles ended The “Great” War (WW1). It was supposed to make sure that it would…

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    World War 2 Analysis

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    It is the same with World War II. Looking back generally, it is easy to pinpoint key moments as Hitler initially swept through Europe with little resistance from European powers Britain and France. Similarly, it is possible to identify an increase in Japanese aggression as they conquered Asian colonies. Regardless of the ease of identifying these moments, it is still sometimes difficult to determine the…

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    There is no real way of knowing whether or not World War 2 was inevitable because it is in the past and there is no changing the past, but it is still possible to think about the “What If”. There is a possibility that it could have been avoided, tracing all the way back to the creation of the Treaty of Versaille on June 28th, 1919 (Walsh 80). This document was created by Britain, France, and the U.S. President. The treaty was a peace document for the end of World War I and put many restrictions…

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    Introduction: Good morning teacher and my fellow students, today I will present to you all my speech topic: World War 2; a war that involved 12 countries and probably one of the bloodiest wars in all of history; a war that changed the world forever. Subtopic 1: When and How did World War 2 Start? World War 2 began on September 1, 1939; the Germans planned an unprovoked attack on Poland, then Britain and France got involved after Adolf Hitler – the German leader of the Nazis – refused to abort…

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