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The following paper explores the effects of both world wars on society. The victories of World War I and II were defined by force. Even so, it did not prevail through society for long because of their harsh effects.
Firstly, the creation of priority in society occurred after the First World War. Because of the war, women at home had to save their resources and give everything they had to their husbands in the battlefield. Slowly, shortages of the great depression made luxuries impossible to reach and unfavorable for the rest of society. This is mainly why Europeans made clothes uniform and stylish garments became obsolete for many years after the First World War. Secondly, women contributed more to society instead of undertaking the job of being homemakers. After World War I, women assumed the professional and manual roles that men formerly dominated. For instance, women became office clerks, secretaries, teachers, and plant laborers.
Thirdly, governments granted women the right to vote, especially now that they could work alongside men in professional and manual workplace settings (Murrin et al 25). This right began in many war-stricken nations, including the United States. After the confirming of this right, numerous gender disparities disappeared from the social context of many European nations and the United States. Gradually, many societies allowed women to have their own homes, smoke cigarettes in public, and travel without chaperones.
Fourthly, men were superior to women when it came to war. This meant the government prioritized the needs of men who were at war than women at home. A week after former president Woodrow Wilson declared war, he no longer accepted African American volunteers as recruits. This is because army spaces for blacks were full. As a result, the marines did not enroll African Americans anymore. Blacks accepted into the government just assumed the minor positions of works that
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10). Both wars were fought by groups, each against the other. Each of the opposing sides each had their own allies fighting in strategic parts of the world. The two wars also had profound effect on society and world politics. The victorious countries in both wars later emerged to be the world’s superpowers, such as the US and Russia (p.15).
World War I and World War II. The two World Wars were events that included within their ambit a great number of the most populated and influential nations of the world. The battles affiliated to these two wars were fought in varied theaters spread across many countries and almost all the continents.
World War II, Cold War and Post-War America Part 1: The World War II, Involvement and Interests of America: America tried its level best to remain in complete isolation during the war time though; America feared that Axis powers might overcome the major portion of the globe.
World War II through the 1970s. The period from World War II through 1970s was critical to American history owing to groundbreaking political and philosophical concepts that arose at the time, as well as dramatic military engagements. In the period, there were massive social movements as well as significant developments in the political, technological and scientific arena.
World War II Through The 1970s. The period after the world war two is also known as the as the “post war economic boom”. There are various other names assigned to this time period based on the activities that took place in this span of time and such activities are of great significance in the history of many nations.
The Consequences of World War I. The average students of today probably know very little about the WWI. They know there were Germans, Americans, British, and Japanese, but very little of the sides they were on or the roles they played In fact, in is very likely that they would mix-up events that took place in WWII with many of the events that took place in World War I.
For the entire 20th century, he estimates 130-142 million war-related deaths and a chilling 214-226 million if government killings in non-war situations are included." In the 1950s, the globe averaged 13 wars each year. In the 1960s, the globe averaged 19 wars each year.
It was not uncommon prior to World War Two for the schools in Brooklyn to close for the annual Sunday School Parade. 90,000 students participated in the 117th annual Sunday School Union Parade. Pretty much all the youngsters in the neighborhood participated with parents, politicians, and any other significant persons lining the sidewalks waving affectionately.
Hitler was also a decorated and famous veteran of the First World War. In the sources reviewed in this paper, the authors commonly present Hitler as being part of the First World War since he was a soldier in World War 1 (WW1), and served as a runner in Belgium and