World War I ended in 1918 with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. The treaty became possible when Germany surrendered on November 11, 1918. All warring countries stopped the fighting while the terms of peace were discussed. The Treaty was signed by the winning countries in 1919.
The Fall of Berlin and the atomic bombing of Japan .
The Battle of Midway and the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki led to the end of World War II.
World War II
What events led up to the Vietnam War
What events led up to the Vietnam war
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was the main event that led up to the outbreak of World War 1.
There were many political events that led to the collapse of Communism in Europe and the end of the Cold War. However, it was not politics but economics that ultimately led to the downfall of both.
One of the events that led to The Revolutionary War is the closing of the Boston Harbor.
WW2 was a total war.
Pearl harbour got blown up
The Chernobyl disaster Brought about perestroika
Events of 1911 that led to World War 1 include the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife by a Serbian. The tension between Austria-Hungary and Russia and Serbia led to it.
what three events led to united states entry into the war
The events that led to World War 2 was: We treated Germany badly, they had to take full blame of WW 1, and the had a depression and Hitler came to power
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The two military options that led to the end of World War 2 were the victory in Berlin and the use of atomic bombs in Japan.
The Unites States was neutral in the conflict of World War 2 until the attack of Pearl Harbor. A lot for marines were killed in the process and in the end the nuclear bomb served to end the war and to end the means for Japan to make war.
it was the holocoust. when everyone blamed the Jews for the black plague.
World War I was known as a war without end because many of the aims of the war ending failed, resulting in weakened states, renewed European nationalism and Germany's humiliation that led to the rise of fascism. These all eventually led to World War II.