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Describe the effects of the World War I on the European society? socialstudies-cbse-class-9

Describe the effects of the World War I on the European society? 

Asked On2017-07-24 05:43:50 by:tarun101

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The shift that most Europeans saw in their world after the war was one of striking disillusionment.  There was a massive sense of abandonment which defined much of the post- war European landscape. What greeted Europe after the war reflected much in way of bitterness, resentment, and broken hope.  No European nation was spared in terms of excessive death count.  Nations like Russia, Germany, and England experienced military deaths at or over one million soldiers.  Injured soldiers exceeded these numbers, while some believe that civilian casualties equaled military deaths.  People who survived the war saw their nations cratered out and gutted of all life through a grueling period of war.  Children lost parents, while parents were forced to sift through rubble to find their little ones.  The survivors who were deformed through new modes of technology in war fighting saw a world that, itself, was distorted.  Even the peace treaty that sought to end the war, The Treaty of Versailles, was more of an armistice than an actual treaty.  Governments lacked the ability to care for their people, while citizens lost faith in their government.  Unemployment was high, inflation even higher.  Economic instability European society saw their own past power and prestige move across the Atlantic to upstart America, exuding its own sense of optimism and revelry in the 1920s.
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