WWII – Cold War – Ending

1.How did the situation in Europe and Asia at the end of the war contribute to the development of the Cold War?

Historian John Keegan concludes our text by stating:

“No statesman of the Second World War was foolish enough to claim, as those of the First had done, that it was being fought as ‘a war to end all wars’. That, nevertheless, may have been its abiding effect.” (Keegan, The Second World War, 595)

2. What did Keegan mean? And do you agree with him – particularly in light of recent international events?

  • pages 588-595
  • 100 words per question minimum
  • mla
  • one citation per question

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