Predicting what happened to countries after ww2 By: Ethan Lendo


At the end of World War 2 Germany was forced to an unconditional surrender
Due to this unconditional surrender, Germany would not have been guaranteed anything. They probably had to pay war reparations.


After the bombing on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan surrendered and ended WW2
Due to the bombing many lives were lost and much of the city was destroyed, Japan most likely tried to recover and rebuild from this disaster


After the invasion of France held control over half of France, this left France very weak for the rest of the war.
The conditional surrender of Germany caused France to regain power, and after the war they probably tried to reestablish power and stability within the counrty.
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Ethan Lendo


Created with images by baptiste_heschung - "soldier war normandy" • JordanHoliday - "kz kz dachau konzentrationslager" • PublicDomainPictures - "normandy beach war" • Moyan_Brenn - "Japan" • Sgt Garcia F - "Japan - Ōsaka-jō" • skeeze - "eiffel tower long exposure lights" • Unsplash - "paris france french"

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