World War 2 Leaders A complete list of the national leaders of the countries which participated in the war In every country and government type, there is always one person at the political top who makes the key decisions and determines the national policy, or leads to it - the national leader. This essay lists the national leaders of the countries which participated in World War 2. Some of these leaders were clearly the aggressors, while others led the war against aggression.
I just wanted to express my enthusiasm, not just about the great content, and clean design of this website, but in the very well-executed user-experience. Well worth a look for anyone interested in the bomber war. What a great achievement so far Martin. Some of your followers might also be interested in this: This modest project soon became all-consuming, led to contact being made with all bar one of the families of his crew and enabled me to tell some incredible stories of courage, sacrifice and betrayal.
Michael Foley July 11, at 1: I know it must seem a slog to post something of high quality every day. That you have done so almost every day for the past 6 years is astonishing.
Thanks for all you do. Martin I have just found your website today. Thank you so much for putting all this information together.
I knew that he had been reported missing in action on 25 April but have only recently found out that he and the rest of his crew were lost on a mission to Kiel. He was twenty-four and had been married a month at the time. His widow never remarried and my mother always deeply mourned the loss of her brother and best friend.
It is useful to find out at least some details of his last hours. If anyone else knows any more, I would be really grateful to hear of it. John Hargreaves May 15, at 1: Was taken to a crash site aged 6ish.
Your day-by-day chronology imparts a real-time context to events as they unfolded during my parents childhood. Long transported from the British Isles and out of touch with my people, this has helped me understand my cultural roots. Yvonne Knight May 14, at 2: Sometimes it appears that doors keep closing.
Michael May 14, at 9: It is a piece of canvas or flannel nailed to a broom handle, and it is spotted with a wounded soldiers blood.
Seeing the bloodstains in the photograph, I instantly recognized it as the flag from the Rijksmuseum exhibit, still bloody 75 years later.
Connie Hamilton May 14, at I lived in Earls Court in London during Ww2, and have tried to find out whether it was a V1 or V2 rocket that fell there on Nevern Square one sunny Sunday afternoon, it demolished several blocks of mansion flats nd blew all our windows in, luckily there were few casualties because due the lovely weather most people who lived there were out.
The only casualty we had was a bowl of tinned fruit on the table which was covered in dust and glass, my grandmother had left it there and gone into he kitchen to fetch something when the explosion happened, she was furious as it was a precious rationed luxury only opened for my aunt on leave from the ATS.
Look forward to reading more from you Editor May 13, at 3: Conveniently the war in Europe ended on 8th Mayit had begun in earnest on 10th May I realise the Poles, Danes and Norwegians might not wholly agree — although the stories from the first months of the war remain accessible in the WWII Today archives.
I hope many of you will wish to keep following the war as I add more pictures, newsreels and new stories in the coming months and years. I shall also be developing new ways of exploring the hundreds of different stories already here. Thank you to all those who have sent words of support over the years — your encouragement has kept me going and is much appreciated.
It has been a fascinating journey of exploration for me — and it is far from over yet! I realise it is a bit awkward to have a cross-over period of a few months covering both and Nevertheless it does seem to be the most natural point to make a break.8 Factors that have Changed International Relations after World War II.
The Second World War, a great change in the concept of sovereignty, nature of conflict among nations, concept of national interest, and means to achieving it has occurred. GERMANY AFTER WORLD WAR II The reconstruction of Germany was a long process. After World War II, Germany had suffered heavy losses, both in lives and industrial power.
million Germans had been killed, roughly 11 percent of the population (see also World War II casualties). Losing the War. Man is a bubble, and all the world is a stormJeremy Taylor, Holy Dying () My father owned a gorgeous porcelain tiger about half the size of a house cat.
Through this historical shaping of the female gender, it's clear that World War II got women's foot in the door in the industrial world and changed the idea of gender roles in American Society. In the end I believe that the ideas of women changes dramatically during and after World War II.
After World War II, Germany had suffered heavy losses, both in lives and industrial power. million Germans had been killed, roughly 11 percent of the population (see also World War II casualties).
Well, world war II had six major causes: anger over the Versailles Treaty, the failure of peace efforts after world war I, the rise of Fascism, the goals of Hitler, the isolationism by America and Britain, and the re-armament of Europe.