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having long dresses and wide-brimmed hats to more fitting dresses and cutting their hairinto short bobs to seem more masculine. Culturally, new models of life were introducedlike the emergence of pronatalism. After WWI, more European societies promoted amore traditional model of family and motherhood. With this, scientific management ofsociety was more imperative. For example, the government would intervene families toraise birthrates and ensure the healthy upbringing of children. Things like fertilitymanagement and abortion were topics that were focused on. For example, from the1920s-1930s, places like France, Germany, and Britain had abortion outlawed while otherplaces like Sweden, Denmark, and Iceland has abortion restricted, but not completelybanned. Now, reproduction was seen as something more societal rather than individual.Bonuses for each child a family had started to be offered as well in places like France,Italy, Germany, and more in order to encourage pronatalism. Politically after WWI, theTreaty of Versailles that ended the wat caused a lot of dissent in Europe amongst thecountries, especially for Germany being that they had to take most of the blame and paythe most money for reparations. As a result of WWI, political movements such as theWeimar Republic of Germany eventually being taken over by Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Partyas well as the Russian Revolution in 1917 by Vladimir Lenin would come about due todiscontent with the war. It is said that harsh outcomes of the Treaty of Versailles towardsGermany led directly to the rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party, which is something thatchanged history in Europe forever. Also, politically, the League of Nations was created toform peace treaties and such to deal with future international disputes.Both the U.S. and the Soviet Union wanted to create stability in Europe after World War II. Howdid each of them do this in the parts of Europe that they dominated? What were some of themajor differences and/or similarities between Western and Eastern Europe during the Cold War?