The first world war, also known as the Great War, was fought between European countries in partnership with some nations of the Middle East, Russia. And the American army and Central Powers had the inclusion in Germany, Austria, Hungary, and Turkey from 1914 to 1918. It was eventually won by the Allied Forces. There were so many casualties and damage during the war which has not happened before. Let us know through this blog about some of the Interesting Facts About World War.
Killings In The World War
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria had killed before the start of World war 1 in 1914, which was continued till 1918. The first world war was fighting between the Central Powers, which comprises of Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire and the Allied Powers, the combination of England, France, Russia, Italy, Romania, Japan, and American forces.
Trench warfare was adopted by both the enemies during the first world war. Thousands of people were killed, and a huge loss of properties was reported on both sides. Allied Powers won the war but had to pay a massive price for it. Approximately sixteen million, both military men and civilians, laid their lives during the hard-fought battle.
World War Two
Both world war first and second were essential events of twentieth-century history geopolitically, which marked the beginning of the new era. The Soviet Union became more powerful, and many nations of eastern Europe joined the Soviet Union of Russia, communist parties came to power in China. Many countries in western Europe shifted their allegiance towards America and the Soviet Union.
Hitler Prime Element Of The War
There were many vital segments of the war. But one of the main people who was very prominent in the war was Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler, the premier of Germany, decided to attack and capture Poland at the beginning of 1939. The military forces of France and the UK were protecting the borders of Poland from the German attack. Hitler was the person to invade Poland in all circumstances, but at the same time. He wanted to assure that the Soviet Union would not attack Poland. The treaty of Non-aggression was on the 23rd and 24th of August between Germany and the Soviet Union in Moscow. There was a secret clause that the territory of Poland would be sharing between them. With one-third of western Poland goes to Germany. And two-third of eastern Poland is by the United States of the Sovereign Republic of Russia.
Wars have always been so distracting, and so has both the world wars have put the world into significant grief. It has caused a lot of death and destruction in the world as a whole. Moreover, all the fighting countries stood at the battlefield and competed with different plans. But the result of everything was death. It was such a devastating event that has taken millions of lives and destruction to property. Which has caused economic losses to many nations with a lesson which was huge?