THE CONTRAST BETWEEN WWI AND WWII
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|THE CONTRAST BETWEEN WWI AND WWII
2 SEP 2002
THE CONTRAST BETWEEN WWI AND WWII The First World War and Second World War have many similarities as well as differences. The similarities are the obvious of engaging many nations to stop the threat of Germany in both wars. The main difference was the goal of what was being fought for. The Germans in the First World War were looking to gain control of the trade routes of the sea and a rivalry with England. The Second World War was a battle against the fascist party of the Nazi Germans, and against the Japanese empire, which was expanding to possibly meet the Germans.
There were also differences in strategies. The First World War was started out as a offensive tactic by the Germans that overtook Belgium and then threatened to go into France, but was quickly turned to a defensive strategy after the death of Schlieffen. The Second World War was more than a border conflict or nation take-over, it was a regional takeover by Germany...
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