I am not being facetious: The biggest effect of World War I was World War II.
They sent men over at world war 1.
What cities in england were bombed in world war 2?
Children in England were taught about the war and Germany. Many were shown propaganda and asked to write essays to express their feeling towards missing parents and the effect of the war. Children were emotionally involved in the war and many young boys went off to fight.
England and Germany did fight in world war one and two
world war 2 started when England didn't like the ways of the Germans so they bombed their harbor and started world war 2. world war 2 started when England didn't like the ways of the Germans so they bombed their harbor and started world war 2.
The England Enemies were Germany in War 1.
it has no effect
There were a number of political, cultural and social changes in England after World War I. The economy was severely hurt as so much money had been used to fund the war which made England to be one of the biggest debtors in the world.
World War I and World War II
couse and and effect of first world war
it wasn't in england
England does not have a president.
King George VI was King of England during the course of World War 2.
England and France declared war on Germany September 1939
a dominoe effect resulted in world war one
England entered the war when Germany invaded Poland in 1939.
Maybe Europe or England if they were in world war 2.
The taxes in England were raised due to the war expenses, and caused a revolt from the citizens.
During the Second World War, England was allied with Soviet Russia, Canada, the free French, the United States and many other countries in Europe and throughout the world. The Allies (including England) were at war with Germany, Italy, and Japan, which formed the Axis Powers.
how did war effect people
the revolutionary war
The Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain declared England was at a state of war with Germany on September 3rd 1939. This was the beginning of World war 2.
world war 1 had a profound effect on the british class system due to traditional roles having to change to adapt to the war.