Chad Loo, our award winning wartime correspondent reports directly from Germany on why they went to war!

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1939, September 1st , Adolf Hitler took parts of Poland which ended up starting the war because Great Britain and France had guaranteed military support to Poland if it was attacked by Germany.

RationinRationing was started by the British government in may 1942with sugar. Coffee was added to the list that November, followed by meats, canned fish, cheese, and canned milk the following March. They started rationing because they wanted everyone to have a fair share.

 

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WW2 changed the lives of women and men in many ways. Most women

Germany invaded France, capturing Paris. Germany bombed London and the Battle of Britain began. The United States gave Britain war supplies and old naval warships in return for military bases in Bermuda and the Caribbean. Japan bombed Pearl Harbor.

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Some time after World War II, Germany was split in half; the western half was controlled by the Western Allies and the eastern half by the Soviet Union. Adolf Hitler committed suicide in a bunker on April 30, 1945 when he realized that Germany would lose the war.

  • The first German serviceman killed in the war was killed by the Japans army.
  • The first American serviceman killed was killed by the Russians.
  • Over 100,000 Allied bomber crewmen were killed over Europe.
  • More U.S. servicemen died in the Air Corps that the Marine.

The time when World War II began there were around 190000 men in the US Army. By the time the war ended in 1945, there were over 10 million. They took on tough physical labor jobs that previously had been done mostly by men.since men cant do the job because of the war,so the women did the job that the men did.

They give all people only two things if someone ask for more, they say no. America's involvement in world war2 had a significant impact on the economy and work force united states

Campaigns were launched to help civilians cope with the day-to-day impact of total war from bombing, rationing, blackouts and evacuation.

ww2 changed the lives of women and men in many ways. ... Most women

labored in the clerical and service.

Food, gas and clothing were rationed. Communities conducted scrap metal drives. To help build the armaments necessary to win the war,

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Source 1 wikipedia

Source 2 End of WW1

Source 3 Crushing debt