WK5Disc-HIST 2005 - Week 5 Discussion Hist-2005-2 World History 1900-1945 By the end of World War I a lot of the countries saw where they fell short in

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Week 5 Discussion Hist-2005-2, World History: 1900-1945 By the end of World War I a lot of the countries saw where they fell short in the war and therefore put a lot of focus into stocking the military. For several months after the war ended, diplomats argued and compromised together in order to come up with the Versailles treaty (Chapter 11, Pg.156), this peace treaty was what officially ended World War I; however, due to controversial terms of the treaty it also set up the stage for the 2nd war. While the world struggled to "return to normalcy" Japan and Germany started moving forward with the increased nationalism, militarism, and cultural superiority. (Chapter 9, Pg. 132). Movements that seemed to pick up where they left off before the war was the political rights of women. Suffragists mobilized growing support for equal political rights for women. (Chapter 9, Pg. 129). By 1918 over 37 percent of the workforce in the Krupp

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