Countries largely destroyed by world war 1?
Before WW1 Iraq, Syria, Lebannon, Israel, Arabia etc were all Ottoman Borders. The country that had lost biggest land is Ottoman Empire.
No countries were destroyed in WW2. Some nations were defeated and some borders redrawn.
The countries that bore the brunt of World War 1 most were Belgium and France. Most of the industries and infrastructure in the two countries were destroyed. The effect of Belgium is infamously referred to as 'The Rape of Belgium'.
There were no French cities destroy, but there were nine villages destroyed. Three of which have been rebuilt and the other six have been preserved. Germany also didn't have any real cities destroyed from fighting. There were no real countries destroyed,instead they were separated into individual ruling countries. For more specific information on World War I, see: http://www.answers.com/topic/world-war-i
Fascism as a mass movement only arose after World War 1, largely as a reaction to Bolshevism.
Many countries spent millions on war. And some countries where destroyed and took years to rebuild it all.
If by destroyed you mean, no longer existed directly after the war than Nazi Germany, The Kingdom of Italy and the Empire of Japan. However, if you mean destroyed as in buildings and infastructure than most of europe
beligium and france are two of the countries in which the countries fought. belgium was largly destroyed
I'm guessing you refer to the Spanish Armada in 1588: It was largely destroyed by the weather !
You do realize Europe isn't a country but group of countries including Germany.
because the economy that was already there was destroyed and so were the people so they had to restart
During US civil war blockade stopped selling to foreign countries. US troops destroyed crops. After civil war was because of the destruction of the war destroyed most of the crops.
it wasn't so great you had to try to buy less things or eat less things so that the allied countries can get food since the world was being destroyed by a war.
America joined the side of the Allies which were the countries of England, France, Italy, and then the U.S.. They went against the central powers of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Turkey. The allies won largely due to American support and the central powers loose. Germany is largely blamed for the war.
There were no new countries formed or destroyed on account of the Six Day War.
Prior to World War II the U.S. had adopted a largely isolationist policy, meaning there was little desire to get involved in the affairs of other countries unless they directly impacted the U.S.
Quite a lot of the country was destroyed, they had to rebuilt the countries mainly big cities like London, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff, Belfast etc It left the countries in quite a lot of debt as well as the debt for being in the war to begin with. And not a lot of countries where willing to help so they left the countries to help their self, which is why after the war Britain had a… Read More
1,750 were destroyed
I can quite understand your question. ++ I'm afraid I can't. Hitler did not "destroy" WW2, but was responsible for it through his annexation of other European countries. Britain declared war on Germany as a result.
There are no wars between any countries that are in the EU, meaning there is no military conflicts. The only kinds of conflict that there is are simple disagreements between politicians of different countries. One of the reasons for setting up what is now the European Union was to enable countries that had fought each other during World War I and World War II to work together for mutual benefit. That has been largely successful.
In WW1, Germany lost the war, they have lost many people and the country was destroyed Plus the had to repay the allies for the damage they have done, on the other hand, the allies also lostany men, and the countries were destroyed, but they won
The chances are slim . what with the technology and warfare material we have all the countries know that if we went to war the world could be destroyed 4 times over. There is a small possibility that war may happen , osama bin laden might well be the cause.
no synagogues where destroyed they were murdered
Spain was officially neutral World War II - none of its cities were destroyed during that conflict.
A list of the French villages destroyed in World War 2 was located. See the link below.
In world war 1, Serbians shot Austria-Hungary's leader witch started the whole thing, and Britain and the other Allies destroyed Germany's economy. And as for World War 2, Adolf Hitler and Japan started taking over many countries.
they were destroyed by the war.
Many educated people say that it is the U.S government repressing the world and bringing war across the globe that has led to many countries and individuals wanting revenge.
The US often provided funds and materials to help rebuild what was destroyed by the war, but the US also stayed in countries to help them rebuild - possibly restructure - the governments.
Japanese records were destroyed as the war was ending. Best estimates by some historians is approximately 50,000 aircraft built & destroyed.
The countries were destroyed and Germans were quite angry at the Treaty of Versailles. Germans had to pay £6,600 million for all of the damages from WW1. Many people had died and many were mourning for those who were lost and started to rebuild their countries.
The amount of houses destroyed in world war two in the whole of England is over 789 billion.
Dresden was attacked seven times between 1944 and 1945, and over ninety percent of the city centre was destroyed. The inner city of Dresden was largely destroyed by 650,000 incendiaries, 8,000lb of high explosives, and hundreds of 4,000lb bombs in two waves of attacks - approximately one bomb for every two people. - according to WikiPedia.
Over 8 million buildings were destroyed.
over 8 million buildings were destroyed
Short answer is all the countries of Europe were largely responsible. They all spent 30 years building treaties that pitted the sides against each other, conquering and coveting each others foreign colonies and indulging in arms races. The war was easily predicted by many for up to a decade in advance, but no one probably could have imagined the actual carnage. Germany is largely seen as being responisble for being to over eager to go… Read More
It had been destroyed by the war.
In Europe, the nations that managed to remain neutral were Sweden, Spain and Switzerland. In Africa, all countries were linked to either Italy, France or Britain so none of them remained neutral. The Latin American countries remained largely neutral. Asian countries were practically all dragged into the war, either because they were invaded by Japan or because they were colonies of Japan or one of the Allied nations.
Largely trench warfare.
Since the cold war wasn't actually a war (it was a TERM), nothing was destroyed.
Thousands of factories in Britain and Europe were destroyed in WW2.
2 lanchasters were destroyed in ww2
Bombs and fires destroyed much of London.
That bombing was in the last days of the war, it concisted or incendiary bombs which destroyed the place under a blanket of fire.
Michael Wittmann destroyed 138 tanks with his almighty Tiger I tank during the course of World War 2.
what was the countries which was defeated in world war one
what countries wre defeated in world war 1
Unemployment and a largely destroyed South (homes, cities, bridges, downtown buildings, railroads, farms, and families). Primarily Southerners headed west, to begin new lives...in a new land.
How was America able to make so many weapons and war materials than any other country during World War 2?
Because they weren't constantly bombed like ther countries which had their infrastructure destroyed. As far as I am aware, not a single bomb fell on mainland United States during World War 2.
A lot of people would die for little reason. Because of various pacts and agreements, World War 3 would begin. There is a good chance it would not stop until many countries had been destroyed.
Over 2 million