Point of View of World War II
All wars throughout our world history have stemmed from at least two differing opinions, or points of view; thus resulting in a war. World War II is no exception to this rule. In fact, there were many more points of view in this war because it involved so many different ideologies, religions, beliefs, and practices throughout the world. When these ideas and beliefs begin clashing and infringing on others, war is usually the end result.
In this activity, each member will take on a role of an individual involved in World War II from various countries. In doing this, you will consume their point of view of the war itself through research and reflect this in writing an essay. In the essay, you should include reasons for the countries' involvement. Listed below are the individuals you may choose from to research and become!!
http://rpsec.usca.edu/Classwork/731sp2008/Quest/Haechten/ (April, 2008)
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