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WWII ARTICLE

CRUZ GONZALEZ

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Wars can be really dangerous but WWII was one of the most dangerous wars ever. WWII lasted till 1939 through 1945 and in those 6 years 50 million people died. WWII was the axis vs the allies the allies won but after WWII was over, the 50 million people that died caused the great depression this made people look at point of views, it also changed lives and the world. WWII is a powerful example that illustrates one of the most deadliest moment in history.

 

   For a start an effect of WWII was the great depression. The website history.com addresses the idea that the great depression being one of the economic downturns in history. The website relies on information to explain facts and stuff that went on during the great depression. One key piece of information is “15 million americans were unemployed and nearly half the country’s banks failed” that was during the time the great depression was at its lowest points. There is a need to realize that the effects of WWII were severe.

 

  Secondly, WWII changed many lives and changed the world. One way WWII changed many lives and the world is there was an estimate of 50 to 85 million deaths through 1939 to 1945. Which means that many lives changed because many loved ones died. Another way WWII changed lives and the world is after the war many people were homeless in europe and the european economy collapsed. After WWII there aren’t many good things that happen but there are some good things that happened like the world’s first computer was built and gave us better radar.

 

  Lastly, you can clearly see that WWII was one of the most deadliest moments in history. The website history.com uses information to describe how WWII was one of the most deadliest moments in history. For example it states that there is an estimate of 85 million people dead. One key piece of information support that WWII was one of the deadliest moments in history is it states that there were 6 deadly years, so we can infer that WWII was one of the most deadliest moments in history and it clearly states that WWII was one of the most deadliest moments in history. Just think of an estimate of 85 million people died that seems like it would be one of the most deadliest moments in history.

 

In conclusion, there  are 3 reasons why WWII is one of the most deadliest moments in history, WWII changing lives and the world as well, and the great depression. Now after all these incredible things that WWII caused has been good and bad mostly bad. The good things came from the saying “you live and you learn”

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WWII ARTICLE