Differences Between World War I and World War II

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Differences Between World War I and World War II by Mind Map: Differences Between World War I and World War II

1. Time Period

1.1. I: 1914-1918

1.2. II: 1939-1945

2. Causes

2.1. I: Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, militarism, imperialism

2.2. II: Treaty of Versailles, political/economic instability in Germany, opposition to Soviet Union

3. Parties Involved

3.1. I: Central Powers vs. Allied Powers

3.2. II: Axis Powers vs. Allied Powers

4. Casualties

4.1. I: 10 million military, 7 million civilians

4.2. II: 38-55 million civilians, about 60 million total

5. Outcomes

5.1. I: German, Russian, Ottoman, and Austro-Hungarian empires were defeated, League of Nations formed

5.2. II: Victory of Allies over Germany/Japan, Soviet Union and USA emerged as rival powers, United Nations formed