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How did World War 2 affect religion?


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2008-11-07 12:36:36
2008-11-07 12:36:36

How did World War 2 affect religion


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Jews were persecuted in World War 2 by Adolf Hitler.

It did not affect television since there was no television during World War 2.

Yes, the increased acceptance of Catholicism led to less democratic policies in the US.

World War 2 brought down economy.

The sheer scale of World War 2 affected many countries.

Two nuclear weapons ended World War 2.

President Obama was born long after World War 2.

The United States emerged from the war as superpower.

the most religions that were attacked were the Jewish people that was very sad for them and bad.---But it is was the Jews as a 'race' (ethnicity) - not the Jewish religion - that the Nazis tried to eradicate. World War 2 was not a 'religious war' or' war of religion'.

1/2 at least of the worlds population

They caused World War 2

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WW2 prevented the total conquer of the Nazis over the world.

The Holocaust had no effect on the outcome of World War 2.

It marked the end of the war!

he didn't he would have to be very young to have done that. He did serve in the military, but not in World War 2

There dads were different and they were not accepted with normal society.

It didnt really affect the war that much. the attack was to small to affect it very much.

it didn't affect it politically

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