In 1918 Europe was rebuilding after the First World War.
Rebuilding and memorials.
it was about $7 million
Reconstruction is a word that refers to post-war rebuilding.Reconstruction is the term for the period of rebuilding after the Civil War.
Britain and France were not involved in the American Civil War. The Confederacy asked for Britain's help but they did not get involved.
His plans were to capture and control all of Europe and then the world
Reconstruction means rebuilding. During the Civil War, much of the South was destroyed. Reconstruction was rebuilding AFTER the war- both physical rebuilding, and rebuilding the government in the former Confederate States.
There wasn't one single set of plans for WW1. The war was spread around the world and different plans were used depending on where the battles were waged.
what was france position prior to world war I?
france was invaded by Germany and Italy during world war 2
Military spending proved to be a great economic stimulus, as did the subsequent rebuilding of a world shattered by war.
The rebuilding of Japan
the German plans to invade France through belgium and overwhelm them before russia mobilized on the eastern front (used in world war one)
France was on the Allies side during the second world war. However, Germany invaded France early in the war.
France was NOT powerful in World War 2.
Because a lot of its infrastructure had been destroyed by bombing during the war.
Reconstruction was what the period of rebuilding the south was after the civil war.
The rebuilding of the US after the Civil War was called the "Reconstruction Period".
No, France gave in to Germany, and Germany then took over France. We did not help them. Not in World War I, the war the question asks about. Britain joined France in its fight againt Germany during the first World War.
France went into World War 1 because it had an alliance with Russia. When Germany declared war on Russia, France went to help its ally.
In 1946 Stalin announced plans for a new Five Year Plan. Its goal was to rebuild all the World War Two damaged areas and to accelerate industrial expansion. The plan was not quite complete and was disrupted by the advent of the Korean War in 1950.