World War 2 and Wars of Today

Relation of World War 2 and Wars of Today

The First World War was a calamity for Europe and Germany. The World War 2 was a bigger calamity for Germany and Europe. However, without World War I and II, there would be not European Union (EU) today.  Today, the Middle East Theatre of World War II is largely referenced to the British Middle East Command, that ruled North Africa and Southwest Asia allied forces[1]. The World War II was fueled by the tinderbox of Eastern Europe despite Hitler’s ambitions to spark it. Towards half of the 20th Century (1939-1945), the European geopolitics contributed to a lot of instability in the Middle East. During the last few months of 1940 to the 1941 summer, the high number of conflicts among nations initiated the Second World War. Among the major causes of World War II include; appeasement, threat of communism, unclear German leadership, dissatisfaction with Versailles Treaty and Hitler’s party with Nazi. Until today, the Second World War remains of great importance as a lesson to humanity among the Middle East countries. The goal of this essay is connecting World War II the war in the Middle East to find out how they are related in terms of democracy, troop’s mobilization and how individual roles have changed since World War II. ORDER YOUR PAPER NOW

The Second World War will never lose importance in today’s war in the Middle East. Over the decades, the existence of Eastern question has spark political interests through which France, Britain, and Russia started reaching out to protect their national imperial interests in the Middle East. The Middle East countries have been marked by both small and large occasional wars in struggle for diplomacy and democracy just like the World War II was oriented. The unclear German leadership is a major cause of World War II; likewise, the empires in the Middle East countries have been revolted by people through war. The greatest stories of oil in the Middle East continues to attract the Western nations who still want to colonize Egypt, Syria, Iraq  among other nations- this has not been welcomed by the Middle East societies given their being transformed by social and technological change from the backward nature of colonialism[2]. The forces that work among the Middle East, the great Russian land Mass of southward pressure as well as Britain’s desire to preserve the World Empire clearly explain this conflict. In the context of World War II, its effects on these three forces and their interrelationship set the phase of the Theatre, which opens the current wars and conflicts among the Middle East nations…..Show More….

[1] Duffield, M. (2014). Global governance and the new wars: the merging of development and security. Zed Books Ltd.

[2] Rothschild, J. (2017). East Central Europe between the two world wars. University of Washington Press.

 

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