Germany had great resentment from the result of World War I. The German leader Adolf Hitler was defiant on rebuilding Germany. In 1936, he broke the Treaty of Versailles and sent troops into western Germany. On September 3. 1939 France and England declared war on Germany to try to stop Hitler from taking over European countries.
After the attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom declared war on Japan. Then Germany and Italy declared war on the United States. At this point it was World War II.
In June 1944, The U.S., Canada, and Great Britain invaded France. This Normandy invas...
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...technology products. One of the current issues Japan has due to its rapid growth is its high population. Another issue is that other countries claim that their export ratio to import is not fair.
The two World Wars have many things in common. The League of Nations was formed from World War I and The United Nations was formed as a result of World War II. Both of these were formed with the knowledge gained from the world wars that as a body some sort of unity has to be agreed on to obtain peace instead world destruction.
Another similarity is that Countries need to respect each other’s right to its own culture. All cultures have a right to practice their own beliefs. And above all forms of government and leadership need to acknowledge human equality regardless of a person race. This is has not been accomplished and is the reason for turmoil still going in our world.
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