World War IIBefore World War II broke out the worldtook a backseat ride during Hitler?s rise to power. The entireworld didn?t think that he would become as influential as he became.Hitler achieved his power by relying on the navieness of the world to sitback and allow him to do as he pleased. The world was too concernedabout political, economic and militant unrest to worry about a yellingGerman who thought we would rule the world.Before and during the war, the world wasconcerned about the economic system. Since ever since World War I,the world countries have been in and out of depressions, no one wantedanother costly war.
The United States, which was in the GreatestDepression of all, was deep engulfed in its isolationist policy.The US didn?t want war, especially after the last one they foughtwith huge causalities and huge amounts of money spent. The citizensof the US didn?t want another war because they knew that anotherwar would cause another depression and that was something that the peopledidn?t want. Even thought the war would create jobs, and putthe economy back into a war boom, the American public didn?t wantto have to deal with the downsides of a war. The major downside beingthe huge economic toll it would take on the government, which would befighting on two oceans on different sides of the world. It wouldbecome very costly to maintain war and win too.The world also had enormous politicalconcerns.
The US was in a period of isolationism and they wantedno part of anything else in the world, except the Western Hemisphere.With Germany?s rise of Nazism, the world responded with fascist partiespopping up in every nation across the world. Hitler has spread hisbeliefs into every county in the entire world, exactly what he wanted.These parties responded to every action that their leader took, they helpedhim scout out a specific country and infiltrate that country?s government.These parties believe in Hitler and did whatever he told them to do, includingin the United States. After the countries realized Hitler?spower they all formed different alliances.
The German?s alliedwith Italy and Japan. The US allied with Great Britain, France, andthe Soviet Union. It seemed as though each day another country wouldsign up with either side. Sometimes, even, countries would agreenot to fight each.The pre-war and during the war, militariesfrom all countries fought a war with superior equipment than in the lastwar. With the invention of the plane, tank, machine gun spread warsupplies all over the globe and allowed each country to empower itself.The US prepared for war by passing a series of congressional acts thatenabled the war budget to increase dramatically.
These acts alsoallowed for the US to help other countries without actually engaging inthe war. The US supplied Great Britain with supplies and ships withoutever declaring war on Germany. Germany?s invention of the Blitzkriegthey attacked nations and conquered them in single days. No nationhad ever seen tactics like this before, and they worked for Hitler.Hitler?s air force was the best in the world, he had the most planeswith the best pilots. They were unstoppable. Japan?sincrease in military power proved itself with the bombing of Pearl Harborin December.
Japan showed off its massive air force that dominatedand destroyed the majority of the United States Navy fleet.World War II was a war that brought theworld together. There wasn?t a place on the earth were thiswar wasn?t fought. There wasn?t a place on this earthwere people didn?t take sides, whether with the Allies or the Axispowers.
The war brought countries like the United States and theSoviet Union together. However, the war did bring mass destructionthe Europe and the massive demise of the people hated by the Nazi?s.Hitler almost wiped out an entire race; however, he failed because theon dominance and perseverance of democracy upon the world.