Which governments remained in power after World War 2?
The nazi government was taken from power
It remained about the same as private industry cooperated in government programs.
No, he had no political power or influence over the governments
governments in the united states increased their plolitical power
The country remained united and became a world power.
The U.S. remained involved in World affairs and kept its place as a world power.
After World War II, anti-democratic governments rose to power in numerous nations in Europe and in Asia for a variety of reasons. In part, these governments gained power due to support from the anti-democratic governments of the Soviet Union and China. In addition, many of these governments gained power due to the fact that stressful post-war conditions could be dealt with more efficiently by autocratic (non-democratic) governing powers than by democratic governing bodies.
The leader of Japan during World War 2 was Emperor Hirohito, he was brainwashed at a young age about war and battles and remained in power until his death in 1989.
It became a World Power and remained one until the Atomic Bomb which elevated it to Super Power status.
General MacArthur let Japan keep its Emperor after World War 2. The Emperor was made a figurehead without power, but he remained.
Appeasement. This did not become a 'dirty word' until it was used in the propaganda war to vilify Neville Chamberlain's policy. It has remained so ever since.
No, Switzerland remained neutral during the First world War.
What are the types of government that took power in russia Italy Germany and japan after World War 1?
Dictatorships took power in Russia, Italy and Germany. Japan remained the monarchy it had been for centuries.
No one led Russia after Lenin in World War I. Lenin ended Russia's involvement in World War I by signing the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk in 1918. World War I ended several months later in 1919. Lenin remained fully in power after the war ended.
In world war two, Turkey remained neutral.
After World War I, the British government was relatively unchanged. Britain remained a parliamentary monarchy with most power vested in the Houses of Congress. The major changes that weakened the House of Lords would not be vested until after World War II.
During World War I, Switzerland, Spain, and the Scandinavian nations remained totally neutral.
The purpose of the Congress of Vienna was to establish peace after the Napoleonic Wars. It led to a balance of power that mostly remained in place until World War I.
the balance of power between federal and states governments was unchange.
they remained parasic
During the Revolutionary War, the Continental Congress had no direct taxing power. Money for the war had to collected from the governments of the 13 individual colonies.
Switzerland remained neutral through both world wars.
They all remained Russian.
The United States remained neutral in the beginning of WW2 as they did at the beginning of WW1.
States maintained their own governments during the US Civil War, it's just that their respective federal/confederate governments held alittle bit more power over them than usual...being in a state of war an all (an undeclared war...but a war none the less).
Sweden remained neutral the entire war.
Answer Mussolini rose to power in 1922 and remained in control of the country until he was forced to resign in July 1943.
The Union and Confederate governments handled their dissents by going to war and fighting for their believes. After the Union won the war against the Confederacy, the Union took power and established law in the Northern and Southern states.
engage in war unless invaded. coin money. make treaties with foreign governments.
In the beginning Ngo Dinh Diem, but they went throught many governments.
Treaty that ended the war and economic depression.
Yes. World War I falls into the category of total war because the major focus of the governments involved was the war.
Intergovernmental organizations (IGOs)
No, Spain remained neutral
Switzerland and Sweden
Josef Stalin remained the leader of the Soviet Union until his death in 1953, in middle of the Korean War. After a power struggle, Nikita Khrushchev became the new leader in 1955.
North Korea is communist, and South Korea is democratic. The Korean War had ended in a stalemate (when neither side gets a victory) so they remained split apart, and with different governments.
All wars are started by governments or organizations intending to create governments.
Fewer manufactured goods were produced after the war.
Countries that remained nominally neutral * Ireland * Portugal * Spain * Sweden (with exception for the Winter War) * Switzerland Norway was taken over by Germany in 1940.
to conserve materials
What European country known for its banking services remained neutral durning World war 1 and world war 2?
the governments were unable to solve seriouse problems in these nations