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After World War II, large areas of Europe were in ruins. This is because there was fighting all over, as well as bombing. Towns and cities were raided and destroyed.


yes and no, while there was much destruction, most battles were fought on open fields.


What areas outside of Europe were affected by the war


This was the end of World War I. Europe was devastated by the war and left in ruins. The economy went downhill and political boundaries changed, such as the deformation of Austria-Hungary.


which country dominated a large region in eastern europe after world war 2?


The Atlantic, the Dardanelles, Europe.


the whole of eastern europe, and over half of central europe.


The war in the Pacific had no similarity to the war in Europe. The Pacific war was largely a matter of 'Island hopping' -of large numbers of US troops and Marines fighting on beaches and to occupy islands, and of large naval battles involving aircraft carriers. -The war in Europe was a an air war in the beginning, and after D-Day a series of major land battles.The war in the Pacific had no similarity to the war in Europe. The Pacific war was largely a matter of 'Island hopping' -of large numbers of US troops and Marines fighting on beaches and to occupy islands, and of large naval battles involving aircraft carriers. -The war in Europe was a an air war in the beginning, and after D-Day a series of major land battles.



The were a large threat to countries in Europe.


Most of Europe and Asia lay in ruins, but in North America the economy was thriving and life was vibrant.


The war was coming to an end in May 1945. Most of the large cities were in ruins and people were displaced from their homes.


The country was still in ruins from WWI.The country was suffering social and political turmoil.


To a very large extent it was about whether Europe was to be dominated by Germany.


The term is used in connection with World War 2 and refers to Germany plus the areas under German control and their allies in Europe.


Depends on where you were after WW2. Most of Europe was in ruins and people were without homes, food, and were looking for relatives. The United States was better off since the war wasn't fought in the states. Where there is war there is destruction and death.


Europe/North Africa and Asia/South Pacific.



The war had caused the deaths of millions and the destruction of numerous cities and farms. The European economy was in ruins. It would take years to recover. Germany experienced political turmoil after the war.


Yes there was a Trojan war. The ruins of the Troy have been found.


World War II affected the entire world, as it was truly the only world war the world has ever seen. Dozens of countries declared war on each other due to invasions or simply because one was an ally of the other. About 75,000,000 died, most of whom were citizens. WWII left Europe in ruins, politically and physically.



Post war Europe means "after the war".


.well it was in ruins.


After World War 2, much of Europe was in ruins from being bombed. The Marshall Plan gave assistance for the rebuilding of factories to provide people with jobs to get people back to work. The factories were rebuilt in Western Europe and that area became prosperous. Eastern Europe was occupied by Russia. No Marshall Plan occurred in Eastern Europe. That area never recovered from World War 2.