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Secrets of the Second World War

Espresso Logo By Ruby Pratka of Espresso | Slide 1 of 21: <p>It was humanity’s first experience with “<a href="https://www.msn.com/en-in/news/photos/20-lessons-learned-from-the-world-wars/ss-AAm9BQP">total <strong>war</strong></a>.” The brutal six-year war that pitted Britain, the <strong>United States</strong>, the <strong>USSR</strong> and their <strong>allies</strong> against <strong>Nazi Germany</strong>, Imperial <strong>Japan</strong>, and their allies transformed <strong>Europe</strong> and the world. Tens of millions died, not only in <strong>battle</strong> but through genocide. Six million <strong>Jews</strong>, along with millions of homosexuals, dissidents and other ethnic minorities, died in Nazi concentration camps. Whatever side you were on – or if you were trying to save yourself – secrecy was essential. Historians are just starting to resolve some of the war’s enduring mysteries. Let’s have a look.</p>

Secrets of the Second World War

It was humanity’s first experience with “total war.” The brutal six-year war that pitted Britain, the United States, the USSR and their allies against Nazi Germany, Imperial Japan, and their allies transformed Europe and the world. Tens of millions died, not only in battle but through genocide. Six million Jews, along with millions of homosexuals, dissidents and other ethnic minorities, died in Nazi concentration camps. Whatever side you were on – or if you were trying to save yourself – secrecy was essential. Historians are just starting to resolve some of the war’s enduring mysteries. Let’s have a look.

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