Effects of Wars and Conflicts on Generations Essay

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In this world there are many challenges that generations of people have had to face over the many years. In previous generations some of the challenges included WW1, WW2, and the Cold War. What are the greatest challenges facing our generation today (Mark Thomas, 2012)? Is it technology competitions, economy prices rising, or natural resources decreasing? The following information will discuss the effects the wars had on the soldiers, family members, and friends and how they dealt with it. It will also discuss the fears of the different challenges my generation will face including the decreasing availability of natural resources.
World War I sparked from the assassination of Austria’s Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie on June
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Whether the men did or didn’t come home affected the families just the same. Children were confused when their dad would not share their experiences in the war and most times the women had to support the family (Jennifer Rosenberg, 2012).
World War II was a major turning point in world history (Valaree Allen, unknown date).It should have never been repeated after World War I ended just fifteen years before it. It was declared on September 3rd, 1939 when Neville Chamberlin, Prime Minister of Britain declared war on Germany and lasted for about six years till 1945. The Axis Powers Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, and Japan were fighting against the Allied nations of Great Britain, France, China, the United States, and Soviet Union. At the end of the war a man by the name of Adolf Hitler gained control of the political party. He re-named the party National Socialist German Workers or NAZI for short. He used his three major ideas for the future of Germany to get people on his side so they would choose him to be their leader. The only obstacles to becoming the leader of Germany were the position of President was occupied and the lack of support in the parliament building. He called for another election to get more support for his party just a week before the parliament building burnt down. His party was to blame. He demanded a new law be made called “The Law for the Protection of People and State”. He won the election for

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