World War 2
Britain in WW2
What were the short term effects of world war 2?
I guess many people lost lives,countries lost a lot of money during the war, and Germany was weaken during the war for a while.
I am not really sure about this.I wonder if this reason is correct or not.
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World War 2 short term effects?
The short term effects were on Britain, Japan and Germany and the islands of the Pacific. While Africa had warring it was mostly in the desert and the general populace of the African nations did not have as many short term effects as did Europe and the Pacific Asian nations and islands. Abyssinia was the exception to that however. The short term effects were: Bomb out cities Loss of homes and business Loss of income and food goods Loss of ships and cargo in the Battle of the Atlantic and Britain Strict Food and product rationing Evacuation of civilians in Australia and Britain Loss of family members killed in the war Loss of high morale Fear, hopelessness, and grief Loss of planes and other war equipment and people