What was the attitude of people toward World War l?
they hated it at the end, but were pumped in the beginning
What was the United States' attitude toward the outbreak of World War 1 and how and why did it change by April 1917?
spata's attidude to art and learning was very imoportant to them because they like to oner there heroes , gods or goddess with arts like statues and paintings. Truly, Sparta's attitude toward art and learning was as if they didn't exist and they actually didn't care what so ever and cared more about war and strong warriors.
During and also prior to World War II, Hitler's attitude (and actions) toward the Jews of Germany, Europe, and the world as a whole can be described with many negative terms. The most important include the following: prejudiced, discriminatory, hateful, violent, vengeful, and (perhaps most importantly) irrational.
The attitude of Americans toward the rest of the world starting before the great war was that of isolationism. This was further affirmed after the horrible casualties, including the living who returned with psychological (shell shock) and physical scars. The years leading up to WWII the feelings of isolationism were increased due to the stock market crash. There were even pro-Nazi sentiments and a Nazi party formed. Many people felt the British were trying to…