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Hello, my name is Nour! My name is Ghalya! And today we’re going to be teaching you more about the changes of the European borders before and after world war 2.
The map of Europe changed significantly after the First World War. The war brought the monarchies in Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia and the Ottoman Empire to their knees. The older nations and the new republics were unable to establish a stable political order. Smoldering territorial conflicts were compounded by boundary disputes, as the borders of such countries as Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes had been drawn arbitrarily and with little regard for national or ethnic integrity.
Today we're going to be going back in time to see the borders for ourselves!
TO 1939 AND 1945 WE GO!
Now, in order for you to fully understand the difference of the european borders before and after the war we have decided to orgnaize it in 2 ways.
#1- A timeline with before and after pictures #2- A timeline with information that further analyzes the cause of the changes in each country
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