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The violent deaths of a large number of people because so many Jews died all
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The major world wars were not originally called world wars. At the time, what is now called World War I, no one was expecting a second war so there was no need to designate it as the first. For many years, in fact, until the 1940’s, the British referred to World War I as the Great War....Read More

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The USSR and the US were at crossroads following the world wars for many reasons. From just after the end of World War II until about 1991, this period was known as the Cold War. Neither country wanted to get involved in another physical war. But political ideologies, culture clashes,...Read More

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There were eight countries that remained neutral during World War I: Argentina, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Venezuela, Sweden and Switzerland. There were fourteen countries that remained neutral during World War II: Afghanistan, Andorra, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Portugal, San...Read More

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Many historians believe Germany lost World War I because they had to fight two frontlines, one on the east with Russia, and one on the west with England and France. Another reason cited by historians is that when the German U-boats began sinking supply ships the English people were better...Read More

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It is said, “Don’t attack Russia in winters” because both Napoleon and Hitler were defeated when they tried to invade and conquer Russia. The average temperature around Moscow and its surrounding area is typically -10 degrees Celsius. Both Napoleon and Hitler underestimated...Read More

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Hitler did not surrender even when Germany was being invaded from both fronts clearly because he was insane. In Mein Kampf, Hitler wrote, “Obstacles do not exist to be surrendered to, but only to be broken. It’s also been reported that Hitler often remarked that the way World War I...Read More

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Japan did not aggressively attack the mainland United States of America because they were already fighting on two fronts in China and South East Asia. There were however some small attacks of the mainland by the Japanese. In 1942, Japan launched an attack on the Aleutian Islands of Alaska,...Read More

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The Nazi’s ultimate goal was to make room for and unite the Germanic people by colonizing Eastern Europe, especially France, and Russia. This goal also included returning the land that was taken away from Germany after the Treaty of Versailles. This belief was called Lebensraum or...Read More

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I would measure the brutality of the Worlds Wars by the number of deaths. Of course all statistics of military, civilian, and prisoner of war casualties are estimates. For World War I these estimates range from 9 million to over 15 million. For World War II, estimates range from 50 million to...Read More

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