What was WW2 WW2 was a collection of many region conflicts that interacted with each other.There were many wars that made up WW2 they were the European war,The Pacific War,The Seconed Sino-Japanese War,The Desert War and the Atlantic War.
Who Participated? The Allies Were the United kingdom led by the Prime Minister Winston Churchill and the United States of America led by Franklin Roosevelt.The Axis were Japan led by Prime Minister Hideki Tojo and Germany by Adolf Hitler.The soviet Union was also involved.
What was the WW2 fought? The WW2 was fought because of axis agression.In Europe WW2 could be traced 20 years earlier.At the end of WW1 the Treaty of Versailles failed as an instrument to maintain peace as depriving Germany of her Sovereign nation.Many scholars note that Europe might have saved the Western Allies abandon the policy of Appeasement.
When was WW2 Fought? WW2 was fought on September 1,1939 when Germany invaded poland.
Where was WW2 fought? Most of the combat action was fought in Germany,East Asia,Poland,China,Russia,and Germany.
What legacies did WW2 leave the future generation? Human suffering was the key legacy of the future generation.Some of the war still impact our lives today