WWII_Debate_Slide_8 - Distinct conflicts Many nations that fought in WWII didn\u2019t even exist in WWI and vice versa In WWI countries like the Ottoman

WWII_Debate_Slide_8 - Distinct conflicts Many nations that...

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- Distinct conflicts - Many nations that fought in WWII didn’t even exist in WWI and vice versa - In WWI countries like the Ottoman empire, Austro- Hungary don’t exist in WWII - Countries like Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, estonia, Poland don’t exist in WWII - WWI was accidental, while WWII was planned Countries in WWI fought, due to their alliances they had made with others along with their own heavy nationalistiic ideals - WWII was planned by the Axis powers for land expansion like “new roman empire”, and Hitler wanting Lebensraum - Trench warfare didn’t really happen in WWII - Advancement of Aircraft and land vehicles - Blitzkrieg changed everything, helped contribute to successful nazi invasion of france - While WW2 was started and accelerated by German aggression while WW1 was started and accelerated by treaties made between countries - Viewing World War 1 as distinct conflicts let’s the viewer observe the evolution of the world over the period of time from World War 1 to World War 2. - Many problems in World War 2 were first caused by World War 1 such as the destruction of empires, creating a lot of new-nation states, encouraging independence movements in Europe's colonies for basic rights, made the United States become a world power and caused Soviet communism and the rise of Hitler. - Asia played a much lesser role in WW1 than it did in WW2 - Many new military technologies made the death counts higher for WW2

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