The Cause and Effect of World War Ii
Germany had invaded Poland and introduced its self to the world as a powerful war machine. World War II not only involved Germany but most of central and Western Europe, the Soviet Union, United Kingdom, Japan, China, and eventually the United States. There are many things that cause World War II such as economic problems, nationalism, and the rise of dictatorships in certain countries. Some believe that many of the causes were due to problems left unsolved by World War 1. World War 1 damaged the economies of European countries. All the countries that came out of the war were deeply in debt. The effect was most of the world being involved in a war and millions of people being killed especially the Jews in the Holocaust.
As far as the economic effects of World War II are concerned, it did have some positives but they were by no means a match for the havoc this war created. The numerous jobs created during the war brought an end to the crisis of unemployment during the Great Depression. While those industries which manufactured various products required during the war flourished, other industries suffered a major setback. World War II finally came to an end on the 8th of May 1945, when Adolf Hitler had committed