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What were the Results of Second World war?

In the Second World War there was loss of immense wealth. Experts estimate that the war costing the warring nation more than one lakh crore rupees in this war. Property worth about two thousand crore rupees was destroyed in Britain alone.
A fourth of the entire national wealth of the Soviet Union was destroyed in it. No estimate of the destruction of the national wealth of Germany, France, Poland has been made.

It is estimated that in this war more than 1.5 crore soldiers of both sides were killed and about one crore soldiers were horribly injured. More than one crore civilians died due to air raids and sinking of passenger ships

End of Colonial Empire - After the Second World War, the sovereignty of European nations from the continent of Asia almost ended, India, Lanka, Vama, Malaya, Hindeshia, Egypt etc. gained independence after the Second World War.

Loss of power in England and increase in power of Russia and America - direct form
Since Germany and Italy were defeated in this war, England was also indirectly defeated in this war. After the Second World War, England was no longer the world's largest power. The sun did not set in the Empire of the British before the war, but after the war
A situation arose that Britain had to liberate all its colonies one by one. His power was limited and in return the United States and the Soviet Union emerged as powerful countries in world politics with their immense economic means.

The construction of Anubam and the establishment of the United Nations - Second World War endangered world peace by building an annihilator-like destruction, on the one hand, and on the other hand, the creation of the United Nations (UNO), and the attempt to maintain world peace.
Of. Today the situation is that on the one hand there is a competition for the manufacture of weapons of destruction, on the other hand the United Nations is engaged in peace establishment. Therefore, it is rightly said that on the one hand, the Second World War invented more and more destructive weapons to destroy humanity and on the other side also established the United Nations to stop the war.

Three factions were formed in the world - England was dominated in the politics of the first world. However, after World War II, the world was divided into two communist and capitalist groups, one led by the US and the other by the Soviet Union. However, a third faction has emerged in these years, which can be called the union of non-aligncd states. Its members move away from the capitalist and communist camp and strive to advance the moneyless nations in the world and maintain world peace. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, only the United States remains the only world power, even though its economic condition has not been as strong as before.

Revenge of imperialism - World War II told the world that now it is not easy to fight and win a country and the invasion of any country can have serious consequences. As a result, the form of imperialism changed after World War II. Substantive nations began to agitate for freedom, and the imperialist nations were forced to free them. Nevertheless, the imperialist countries were not willing to give up their economic interests. For this new imperialism was born. Now
Imperialist nations indirectly indirectly exert their political influence on underdeveloped states and use that influence to obtain raw materials from there and sell their finished goods to those countries and serve other economic interests. The United States is following this policy in the oil-rich countries of the Middle East.


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