World History II A Total War Notes
World History II A Total War Notes HIST 1020
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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Becky Stinchcomb on Monday March 21, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 1020 at Auburn University taught by Cari Casteel in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see World History II in History at Auburn University.
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Hist1020 March 3 2016 Effects of World War I Before World War I feeling of optimism and progress of Human Kind After the War feelings of pessimism and massive devastation War Casualties 17 million deaths approximately but not exacUy 0 10 million military deaths 0 7 million civilian deaths gt Most civilian deaths about 5 million are caused by illness and starvation Total War Absolute destruction of towns affected Devastation Destruction of the food Destroying elds and food to starve out places and make armies weaker Rationing Only allotted a certain amount of food in a certain amount of time from a speci c distributor What was rationed Meat potatoes tea sugar butter and margarine bread etc Rationing Propaganda quotBe Patrioticquot quotSave the products of the land for the soldiersquot quotPatriotic Canadians Don t Hoard Foodquot etc Line for coffee France 1918 Breadline in England Cookbooks Thirty Four ways to Use Potatoesquot Ersatz food Fake or substitute In uenza Epidemic H1N1 virus interesting because this strain came up again in the last ten years and affected a lot of young children March 1918june 1920 In the US the rst case found at Fort Reilly Kansas in 1918 Allies named it Spanish In uenza because received most press attention after moving from France to Spain in 1918 While WWI did not cause the u the close troop quarters and massive troop movements accelerated the pandemic increasing the transmission Food shortages help spread the u The Great In uenza was the source of much fear in citizens around the world In uenza Deaths Worldwide Over 50 million Total death are 67 million worldwide Those who survived 20 million injured soldiers returned home Prosthetics and Plastic Surgery First successful plastic surgeries completed New Technologies New Injuries Now we have medicine so people aren t dying from these injuries even though these injuries have been happening in previous wars Harold Gillies Father of plastic surgery Performed skin grafts on soldiers Walter Yeo ls badly burned and loses eyelids so skin graft performed and given eyelids The Psychological Effects of War Shell Shock PTSD