The battle of Stalingrad was one of the most significant battles because it was the Nazis first loss. This battle was the changing factor of the war and significantly changed the tide of the war for the Nazis. The Nazis had complete control of world war 2 and were simply unbeatable until their battle at Stalingrad. After that loss nothing went well for the Nazis and a chain of losses were caused. The battle of Stalingrad was easily one of the biggest blood bath in history with 841,000 German casualties and around 1,130,000 Soviet casualties adding to a total of 1,971,000 casualties; This is far greater than any battle.
WWI was often known as the ''great war'' or ''the war to end all wars'' because the stupidity and violence of the war was so horrific that people thought nothing like this would ever happen again. The war then ended with the signing of the ''treaty of versailles''thesis one of the reasons why the war went on for so long. Despite world hope that the end of the war would restore peace on a permanent basis, WWI actually provided the basis for an even more devastating conflict-WWII.
Through the years there were many conflicts that were thought to be the worst that ever was and the worst that would ever be (World War I in particular). World war two is said to be the war to end all wars, because of the leaders, the technology, and the effects the war had on the world. World War II began in 1939. The devastation and destruction caused in this conflict will have a total global effect. The war itself will require many countries to commit all of their military and financial assets in the production of war equipment and in fighting.
For instance, a few heroes take drugs. The synonymous events have released before several times and shocked the world. This kind of heroes brought their fans to grief. Those heroes disappointed fans deeply and fans even desire to die for their heroes. Other fans have already get too much brainwash by heroes were attempting to learn from the terrible behaviour.
Their leader, Benito Mussolini, was not reliable. They were no help to Germany so th... ... middle of paper ... ...t was very close between Germany and the Soviet Union but, Germany won the war only by a little. Germany winning the war would have changed our lives today drastically. If Germany had won, Hitler would have not killed himself and we would all live under a dictatorship. Religious persecution would still be around today.
World War II was the bloodiest global war ever exposed to simple society. It is generally considered to have lasted from 1939 to 1945, although several conflicts in Asia that are commonly linked as contributing factors towards the war had begun earlier than 1939. It concerned the vast majority of the world’s nations, including all of the great powers, finally forming two opposing military alliances: the Allied Powers and the Axis Powers. It was the most widespread war in history with fighting that raged constantly between fifty nations. In a state of total war, the major participating countries threw their entire social, political, and economic capabilities behind the war effort, eliminating the distinction between civilian and military resources.
World War II was no small matter. With such a large tally of deaths, it effected every living soul on the planet Earth. It wasn’t just World War II, however, World War I before and the Cold War after had major contributing factors to this dreaded war. Without any three of those major events, World War II may not have been the horrific war it is today. But no matter how horrific this war was, the result if Adolf Hitler would have been a hundred times worse.
To conclude, everyone was majorly affected by the World War I. Being that the World War I was one of the most deadly war in the history. People did not expect all of the excruciating violence that came with the war. They expected something honorable and natural, but it was unnatural. Families and people that aren’t even a part of the war was dying.
In the end, the “war to end all wars” led to nothing but violence. European economy crumbled to pieces, empires fell, and nations took decades to fix what had been damaged. Yet, the worst outcome of the conflict was not economic or political, but social. The conflict brought upon a lot more violence in the century that followed. The confrontation aggravated German hatred, especially because of the Treaty of Versailles, and that bitterness would eventually prompt the rise of one of the world’s darkest ideologies: Nazism.
Yet, for whatever reason, the human race continues to dive headfirst into wars repeatedly. World War I was a particularly brutal war and was one of the most expensive in terms of human lives in history. Very few soldiers on the front made it out alive, and Paul Bauman was no different. In Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front, Paul’s fate of death is decided by the beginning due to the physical and mental dangers. The physical dangers of the war made sure that it was nearly impossible for soldiers to make it out of the war alive.