Russia-Ukraine War: In the midst of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, the danger of World War III is also increasing in the world. Britain says that Russia is preparing for the biggest war since World War II. 

The war between Russia and Ukraine has intensified. Ukraine is now in the grip of attacks from all around. Russian Army has entered Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent tanks via Belarus. According to the Daily Mail report, the Interior Ministry in Kiev has been quoted as saying that many people have been killed in the Russian attack. At the same time, the horrors of the attack can be seen in many videos on social media.

The sound of the third world war!

The war between Russia and Ukraine has increased the risk of Third World War. The threat to the great war between Russia and Ukraine is also increasing because Russia has tightened its hold on Ukraine to a great extent. On the other hand, NATO countries like America, France, Britain and Germany can take joint action to protect Ukraine. The world has suffered two world wars. During that time, there were not only crores of deaths in the whole world but also conditions like starvation were created.

Why did the first world war happen?

No country takes responsibility for this war. However, the cause of the First World War is believed to be the murder of the heir to the Austria-Hungary Empire and his wife. About 108 years ago, in June 1914, Archduke Ferdinand, the heir to the Austria-Hungary Empire, visited Saraevo in Bosnia with his wife. He was assassinated on 28 June 1914. Serbia was accused of murder. A month later, Austria waged war against Serbia. Gradually many countries jumped into it. In this way the war of two countries turned into the First World War. Countries like Germany, France, Britain and America were active in this fight. After four years of fighting, the First World War ended with the surrender of Germany on 11 November 1918. Germany signed a treaty on 28 June 1919. Under which he had to lose his large part.

World War II Outline

The responsibility of the First World War was imposed on Germany and it was said that it was forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles. 20 years after the end of the First World War, Adolf Hitler, the leader of the German National Socialist (Nazism) party, announced the reversal of the Treaty of Versailles. Germany and Austria united in March 1938. Then Hitler’s army occupied Czechoslovakia in 1939. On 1 September 1939, when the German army entered Poland, the Second World War began. Then the world was divided into two parts.

On the one hand there were the Allied countries which included America, France, Britain, Soviet Union and on the other hand the Axis countries which included Germany, Japan and Italy. Hitler’s army started capturing countries like Norway, Denmark, Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands. Suddenly the German army also waged war against the Soviet Union. However, the German soldiers could not stand before the forces of the Soviet Union. 

Hitler committed suicide on 30 April 1945 and Germany surrendered on 8 May 1945. Despite the surrender of Germany, Japan was not ready for this. Then the US attacked Hiroshima on 6 August 1945 and Nagasaki on 9 August 1945 with atomic bombs. When Japan surrendered under compulsion, the Second World War ended on 2 September 1945.


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