Probably WWII was more of an economic war than WWI. Japan, for example, went to war almost entirely because the USA, Britain and the Netherlands had frozen the Japanese foreign assets (bank accounts). This meant Japan was unable to buy anything overseas, the most critical need being oil. Germany, led by Hitler in WWII, had only marginal interest in the goals set forth by the Kaiser in WWI, that being an increase in African colonies. These colonies were sought as much as anything for their prestige. Hitler's goal was to expand Germany east so that they would grow stronger economically at the expense of the Slavic peoples. Germany and Japan both had over stimulated (inflation) economies in WWII. Both were on a path economically that led to either war or reduction in military spending. In WWI Germany was very strong economically leading into the war and inflation was not an issue. In both wars money was important but in WWII, Britain did not have the financial resources to fight the war more than a year or so. As such America had to lend vast sums to Britain to keep them in the war. Had the USA not intervened in 1940, Britain would have had to sue for peace by 1941 and the war in Western Europe would have been over. In both wars the USA got involved partially because America wanted more free trade in the world. America's desire was crushed by the English and French in WWI (this probably contributing more than any other single factor to the Great Depression). In WWII, with the French conquered and Britain on American financial life support, they were in no position to hobble the USA. After WWII, the USA began promoting free trade throughout the world, a process that continues to this day. This is the primary reason why the world has had no more depressions, with economic expansion worldwide on a greater scale than at any time in world history.
There were several causes of the Civil War including slavery. The social and economic differences between the North and South was an other contributing factor.Economic and social differences between the North and the South and the controversy of slavery caused the Civil War.
cultural differences,economic differences,economic interest,ideology,and industry
Ww2 was a war and iraq is stupid
that theres different contrys in each war
What the differences between Iraq war and Vietnam war?
they both sucked
Both had underlying causes of Militarism and Nationalism. However, other causes of World War 1 included Imperialism and economic rivalries. Whereas, with world war 2 other causes included the rise of Facism and Mussolini's desire to attain French territories.
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
After World War Two, the two nations of the USSR and the USA had major political and economic differences. The term "cold war" is a play on the term of a "hot war" meaning a conflict. There were no battles between the US & the USSR, the conflict was called a cold war.
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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The North depended on free workers while the South depended on slaves.
The Cold war continuing state of tension and hostility between the United States and the Soviet Union after 1945 because of differences in political and economic philosophies
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World War 1 change economic power the right way
what were the social, political, and economic causes of world war 2
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. .
The tie between USA and Australia (ANZUS) is a military tie. It has nothing to do with or impact on Australia's economic growth post World War II. The USA is not a major trading partner of Australia.
Transportation systems were more developed in the North than in the South.