The outcome of World War I FAILED to bring about a world body, the "League of Nations." The U.S. Senate WOULD NOT ratify it. The outcome of World War II SUCCEEDED in bringing about a world body, the United Nations. The U.S. Senate DID ratify it. If you don't succeed the first time in starting us on the road to a one-world socialist oligarchy, you try again (if that's what you want!)
Ww2 was a war and iraq is stupid
world war 1 world war 2 - 1 1 is the answer
that theres different contrys in each war
they both sucked
One of the main differences between the two super powers after World War II was that the United States was a democracy and Russia was communist. America was also capitalist and Russia was socialist.
THE ATOMIC BOMB WAS USED IN WW2
long live hitler
The only similarities between the two wars is that they are both bloody and the only difference between them is that the machines used in the war in Iraq are much more advanced than the one used in World War 1
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they use the uranium 206 for the purpose of bom
some differences are that the first world war was that there fighting was mostly in trnches and they were postioned in one place in the second world war the war was fought in air planes and tanks and submarines and on land in battle atvs it was more movemnet also the holocaust was the main goal for the Germans was to
the women got to know more stuff about the war and life in the trenches the women got to know more stuff about the war and life in the trenches
world war is war between more then 2 countrys and war is between only 2
I think you are mixing up the nickname. World War I was called the "War to end all Wars". It was called that because they thought that all differences were settled between the countries. Obviously, that was false because later we had World War II.
AnswerThey were very different in their time in history, their location in world , the style of warfare conducted, as well as in the causes of the war. .
A hot war is actual fighting (actual killing). A cold war is not a war at all; the name "cold war" was simply a TERM chosen to title the "military stand-off" between the free world and the communist world.
Civil War was fighting amongst ourselves, not a declared war. WW1 was fighting against other countries, declared war.
Both world wars had Germany on one side and Britain, France, the United States, Russia, and China on the other. Differences include the fact that the Russia of World War I was the imperial Russian Empire while the Russia of World War II was the communist Soviet Union. Countries that changed sides include Turkey (for Germany in World War I, neutral in World War II), the Austro-Hungarian Empire (for Germany in World War I, no longer existed by the time of World War II), Italy (against Germany in World War I, for Germany in World War II), and Japan (against Germany in World War I, for Germany in World War II).
WWII had armored tanks and civilian casualties were higher than in WWI.
Well World War I was fought in the trenches and some under water. But in World War II we had improved bombs and aircraft the fight with. melissa
no he wasn't
About twenty years.
There were few differences except in basic design. Both sides built many excellent aircraft.
the difference is that they used olanes and tanks more and less trench warfare