anonymous
  • anonymous
Long Answer: How did World War 2 impact France, Europe, England and the USSR (Include Stalin and Hitler's plan for Poland)
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Opcode
  • Opcode
This is a very interesting question. You see World War II involved \(all\) the major powers. After World War II ended people looked at the ending of it as a 'new era'. Since World War II ended on a bad not there was a mutual distrust between the western and the eastern bloc. Because of this distrust there became something called a 'nuclear arms race'. About Stalin and Hitler's plan for Poland, I believe Hitler was possible the more worse one. Because some good things did developed under Stalin, like as in a decent educational system. And Hitlers plan for Poland is of the crudest sort. Hitler was to deported the people to become slaves. Honestly I don't think I gave a good enough of an answer, but it's a bit late. I'll try to add more later. :-).
anonymous
  • anonymous
I forgot to add that I meant the early years of WW2. Thanks though.

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