Comparing and Contrast Article About Wwi & Wwii

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Table of contents:

1. Introduction

2. The First World War

3. The Second World War

4. Venn Diagram

5. Conclusion

1. Introduction:

In this article I’m going to compare World War One and World War Two with each other. I’m going to search for similarities and differences. Also I’m going to explain to you what actually happened in the First World War and the Second World War. This time, my information is not from the internet. I watched little movies about the First World War and the Second World War. In that way I understood the subject a lot better. Also from watching the little movies, it was sad to see how horrible the living conditions of the people were…

2. The First World War:

The First World War began in 1914 . The war started as a normal war between Serbia and Austria-Hungary. On July 28, 1914. Something happened between Serbia and Austria-Hungary. It transformed into a global war. Involving 32 nations. 28 of these nations split up and became known as the “ allies “. Who were the Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy and the US. The others were Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey, and Bulgaria. They were known as the central powers. Soldiers fought and died. Death, diseases and chaos was everywhere.

After that horrible war, the nations were very scared and changed. France was damaged by the war. Since most of the war was fought in France. It took a lot of money and time to rebuilt French cities and towns. The cost of the war was so big. Because of that they lost so much money, women started protest for their own rights. Women received the right to vote in a lot of countries in Europe.

The First World War made a new map of Europe and the Middle-East. Germany had entered World War One as the greatest power. With its people who were very proud of Germany’s actions over the years. Economic difficulties were created by the war and for paying reparations. When the World War One ended, more than 8.5 million...
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