World War II Essay | Dealing With a Crisis: WWII's Effect of Families

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Dealing With a Crisis: WWII's Effect of Families

Summary: This essay goes into the lives of three different people to illustrate the struggle that the second world war created.
Keeping Families in a Crisis:
World War Two's Effect on Families

"The days of mad irresponsible fun are so far away and took place in a previous existence. Such happiness could not be gone for ever and only pain and suffering endure." - Nella Last

Many things occurred from the 1930s to the 1950s. The United States were getting over and growing through the Great Depression, Great Britain and all of Europe's economy was going to rot, Nazism and Communism spread like wild fire through Europe, and World War Two claimed many lives.  

World War Two caused a lot of heartbreak all over the world. Yet, when most people think of the horrid war, all they think about is the Holocaust and the Jews.

In my study, I have chosen three different families and followed their pain and misery within the...




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