Read the passage and then answer the question pestilence, that old follower of warfare, did not arrive until the very end of world war i] in 1918. for four years medical science staved off any general epidemic, then came a great outbreak of influenza about the world which destroyed many millions of people. famine also was staved off for some time. by the beginning of 1918 however most of europe was in a state of mitigated and regulated famine. the production of food throughout the world had fallen very greatly through the calling off of peasant mankind to the fronts, and the distribution of such food as was produced was impeded by the havoc wrought by the submarine, by the rupture of customary routes through the closing of frontiers, and by the disorganization of the transport system of the by the fourth year the whole world was suffering from shortages of clothing and housing and of most of the normal gear of life as well as of food. business and economic life were profoundly disorganized. everyone was worried, and most people were leading lives discomfort. which of these statements is true? o a. there was a causal relationship between economic chaos and improved shipping technology o b. there was a causal relationship between influenza outbreaks and the closing of frontiers. o c. there was a causal relationship between world war i and an international food shortage. o d. there was a causal relationship between submarine warfare and medical advancements
D. World War I created conditions in Russia that helped trigger a revolution.
During World War I, Vladimir Lenin grouped up with the Bolshevik party to overthrow Tsar Nicholas II. This was due to the fact that Germany recruited Lenin to overthrow Nicholas II and take Russia out of the war.
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Decolonization of Asia and Africa, mainly occurred during years 1945–1960.
World War II set the scenario for countries to seek independent movements that demanded autonomy.
Many former colonies had provided a significant source of soldiers and sources to the war effort in return for the promise of obtaining political independence.
Once the war was over, many revolutionary movements were supported by the Soviet Union, that saw this as an opportunity to spread socialist and communist influence on the former capitalist colonies.
Examples of this are Cuba, that directly received aid from the USSR, and Algeria, in Africa, with India as well in Asia as new countries that formed.
The Europeans were devastated and had to concentrate in recovering and reestablishing Europe so they did, in turn, were weakened and recognized the newly created and independent states as part of a more inclusive international policy.
There was a casual relationship between Word War 1 and an international food shortage.
(I am pretty sure, I am going off of memory here)
They were also fought differently because there were two different presidents during both wars.
In WW2 was the first base we had ever had bombed, ever in WW1 we didn’t.
There are some similarities and differences there. Hope this helps?