3. Second World War: Practices (ATL)

IB History: 3. Second World War: Practices (ATL)

The Second World War is a case study of a war between states. It is also cross-regional case study. It is an example of a war where you can analyse and evaluate the relative importance of each theatre of war: land, sea and air in determining its outcome. It is also a war where technology had an effect on how the war was fought, and there is total mobilisation of human and economic resources by several of the main...

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