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07.09 The World At War And The Fires Between: Module Project
Transcript of 07.09 The World At War And The Fires Between: Module Project
WWII is not WWI.
WWII was not a continuation of World War I. WWII occured because of the aftermath of WWI, not directly because of WWI. World War I was from 1914 to 1918. World War II was from 1939 to 1945. It would not have been a continuation since they were 21 years apart from eachother. In WWI, the Nations were divided into the Allied Powers and the Central Powers. In World War II, the Nations were called The Axis and the Allies. World War II was also longer than WWI.
The wars also started in different ways. World War I started because of the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand. Meanwhile, World War II started because of politcal and economical instability. They started for two different reasons which means they were two different wars. There were also approximately 60 million more dead in World War II than World War I. Turkey carried out genocide of Armenians in World War I. In World War II, German Nazis carried out genocide for Jews and Gypsies.
World War II was not a continuation of World War I but it did contribute to the start of it. Without World War I, the economy wouldn't have been bad which would not have contibuted to the start of World War II. Although, the two wars did fight about two different problems which means they were two different wars so World War II was not a continuation of World War I.