World War II is important for many reasons. First, it stopped the spread of dictatorships ruling both in Asia and Europe. Had Hitler and Japan been victorious, North and South America would be surrounded by enemies to the democratic institutions represented in those areas. The United States would be surrounded by hostile forces bent upon complete world domination. Second, the war ushered in the Atomic Age. The dropping of the Atomic bombs not only signaled an escalation of war weaponry, but it also ushered in an era that could be beneficial to mankind, via the peaceful uses of atomic and nuclear know how. Thirdly, the end of World War II saw the beginning of the Cold War and the conflict between the east (Soviet Union) and the west (United States) and the allies of each. The war also saw how nations could effectively help one another as example in the Marshall Plan, begun during the Truman administration. And, the United States saw the need for an effective world organization to help prevent future wars and try to solve disputes between nations. The creation of the United Nations was an attempt to solve problems that President Wilson had hoped would be accomplished by the League of Nations. MrV
The importance of World War I is that it changed the way that countries negotiated with each other. The war also created the Treaty of Versailles which led to World War 2.
The Cold War was a result of WWII, so there was no importance of it "in WWII" as seeing that it would be impossible.
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It was the ultimate weapon to end the war.
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It was of critical importance not just for its troop strength, but for the military production it provided.
the importance and consequences of gallipoli war
to kill all the jews, and take over the world.
oil and control of the mediteranean
because in the Egypt there is a lot of gold
Could go further, faster, and do more damage.
With the atomic bombs dropped over those cities, the war ended.
Egypt was of strategic importance as it guarded the Suez Canal
head of US forces in europe in 1945
Vietnam was a separate war fought many years after WWII had ended. It had no importance in WWII. The aftermath of WWII did have significant effects on the vietnam war however, but that is another topic.
The importance of D-day in World war 2 was to celebrate the peoples victory. Alternative answer: D-Day was the day that the allies landed in Europe (France) in force and began to push German forces back into Germany.
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Benito Mussolini was in charge of Italy during world war 2.
Radar......they say Germany had it but failed to use it and see its importance.
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Well you see here the importance was that since it was a battle its very important because it also happened in world war 2
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VE stood for 'victory in europe' which meant the end of the war in europe.......