The destruction of Germany. It took two world wars, two gigantic coalitions, and millions of dead but the goal of Russia, France and Britain to destroy German power was at last accomplished. This had been the goal for centuries, possibly even back to Roman times. This goal had been accomplished via two methods. First - Militarily. The French with Napoleon sought to keep Germany divided and fought many a campaign to accomplish that. The Thirty Years war, on the surface a religious war, was fought almost entirely on German territory and resulted in the deaths of about 30% of the German peoples. There were many others. Second - Political. France in particular meddled in German internal affairs for centuries trying to keep Germany disunited and weak. When Bismark/Prussia finally gathered enough strength to fight the French in 1871 the French immediately began forming coalitions with other states to limit German power, said policy leading directly to a confrontation in WWI. Otherwise the western nations refused to allow Germany more than a few scraps of colonial territory, less even that Portugal. The German navy was regarded as a threat even though it was only half the size of the British. German militarism was talked up constantly as a huge threat to world peace although between 1871 and 1914 hardly any German troops were involved in foreign battles. Meanwhile the British and Russian armies ran roughshod over numerous third world nations, adding them to their already immense empires. WWII ended all this. German power was crushed. Its territory shrunked. Its men killed or enslaved. Its economy wrecked. Its women raped. It cities plundered or burned. This took a huge effort and pretty well set the stage for the collapse of the French and English imperial empires, which were bankrupted by the expense of it all. The Russian empire stood for a few decades longer. The American supremacy over global events became acknowledged by all, like it or not.
There were many effects of ww2. Two major effects were that over 40 million people died and that Germany had to sign the Molotov-Ribbontrop Pact that said that Germany could not have a major national guard.
there was no WWIII (world war 3)
One effect/legacy is Pearl Harbor. Pear Harbor was attacked by the Japanese on Sunday December 7th, 1941. I only know more about world war 2 than 1.
The NATO , Warsaw pact, Korean and Vietnam war
Douse Any One Know Some Negative And positive Effects guns Had In World War 1 ?
what were effects of the leaders for japan
There were many different effects that World War One had on African Americans. Some of which were good, and some that were bad. African Americans had just been freed from slavery not to long ago. They were however segregated because of their color. Most African Americans had trouble voting and most people would blame them for crimes that they did not do.
No, it did not.
The idea that World War 1 had religious effects is novel.
Depends. Which world war?
The use of digging trenches as a defensive operation became a war practice in the Napoleonic era. It continued on through the US Civil War. World War One also saw the extensive use of trenches. The lasting affect on trench warfare simply established and continue to establish that in wars, a strong defense can dissuade opposing armies from attacking.
Korea remains a divided nation with a communist North and a free South.
The effects of the civil war is by weapons.
Becoming a widow.
The war was now a WORLD war.
It lasted about 20 years. Ever hear of world war two?
What were the side effects of the sicily campaign in world war 2?
germany was hated by all of the countries in the world
what were the effects of a trench
Here are some effects:Cities grew quicklyWomen gained the right to vote
Some of the effects are the growth of fascism, economic problems, growth of socialism, World War II, the conference/treaty of versialles, and the League of Nations which was ineffective and lead to the United Nations.
World War One lasted from 1914 - 1918World War Two started in 1939 and ended in 1945 lasting six years.