America in World War II – Experiences and Impacts

This paper examines experiences and impacts of the World War II. Second world war was a moment when United States and there allies like China, Soviet Union, United Kingdom and France battle against Japan, Germany and Italy. Actually, this paper is significant to the social and historical context in human progress.

Indeed, what contributed to this mess was the fact that Adolf Hitler wanted to unite Germans to dominate other races in the world. “In order attain such policy, Hitler and Nazi party opposes the Treaty of Versailles. In response, United States and other allies reacted against Germany’s intention to oppose treaty of Versailles” (Johnson 187).

Johnson (2001) asserted that:

Other several issues that contributed to World War II were bitterness, nationalistic tautness and unresolved cases that aroused from the First World War. Moreover, the causes of the Second World War were led by intrusion of Germany to Poland and infringement of Japan in China. Such aggressions were decision reached by both Japanese authority and Nazi regime of Germany led to the Second World War (193).

Roosevelt Franklin was the American president during that world war experience and economic downfall in America. Indeed, President Roosevelt Franklin worked with other allies to battle against Japan and Germany during World War II (Johnson, 194).

In 1939, President Roosevelt Franklin provided both financial and diplomatic collaboration to United Kingdom and China as a joint effort to defeat Japan and Germany. For sure, President Roosevelt remained neutral but ensured to promote democracy in United States while working with allies to defeat their enemy.

Indeed, together with allies, President Roosevelt battle against Nazi party of Germany. In fact, it was a moment after Japanese invaded Pearl Harbor in 1941, when United Kingdom and America battled aggressively against Germany and Japan (Johnson 195). Furthermore, President Roosevelt supervised American economy to contribute aides that ensured defeat against intention of Japan and Germany.

America organized active military and effective war strategy in inventing the initial atom bombs that led to defeat of Japan and Germany. Indeed, President Roosevelt was determined to embrace peace and negotiation; he formed effective strategies to form alliance with other nations as a way to defeat mischievous deeds of Italy, Japan and Germany.

In Germany, holocaust happened when Jews community was persecuted and killed by the Nazi party of Germany. For sure, according to Johnson, holocaust was a term that meant sacrifice when Jews were sacrificed and persecuted by the Nazi party (193). Johnson (2001) explained that:

The Nazi party, who came into power through support from Adolf Hitler, perceived that Germans were superior to other communities. Indeed, the Nazi party sacrificed other inferior communities like Jews and gypsies. In fact, other communities were condemned on ideological and political factors such as socialists and communists (191).

During the World War II, aggression of Adolf Hitler and Nazi party led to persecution of Jews who lived in Germany. This was due to the fact that Nazi party felt that Jews community was a threat in their nation.

Moreover, the Germans continued to condemn many other people when Nazi tyranny developed in entire Europe. For example, “the Germans persecuted Soviet and Polish citizens for slavery” (Johnson 194). Furthermore, the Nazi party condemned homosexuals who did not act according to expected social norms.

Johnson reflected that the Nazi regime, also, persecuted religious repels (Jehovah’s Witness) and political dissidents; like, trade unionists, socialists and communists (196). In fact, several condemned people died because of human abuse and detention. Nazi regime formed slavery and detention camps to incarcerate the Jews and other dissident groups. The World War II was contributed by hostility of the Nazi party and Japanese intrusion against China.

Works Cited

Johnson, Michael, P. Reading the American Past: Selected Historical Documents. New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2001. Print.