World War 2 In George Orwell's 1984

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World War II in 1984 World War II was a terrible war that lasted six years and was fought in many different places and involved many different countries. 1984 was a book written by George Orwell towards the end of World War II that told the story of what Orwell thought the year 1984 was going to be like for the citizens of London. In 1984, Orwell tells the story of a dystopian society where three superstates are always at war with each other, and no single state will ever win the war. These two concepts, a war and a book, can be compared to each other. World War II was fought in a variety of locations around the world. The war was mainly fought in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and many Pacific Islands. In Europe, many important battles,…show more content…
Other battles, such as the Battle of Midway were fought in islands located in the Pacific. These two battles, were not the only two important battles fought in this war, but are only two examples of important battles in World War II. World War II involved many different countries fighting on two sides of this war. On the side of the Allies, there were countries such as Canada, Great Britain, The United States, Australia, The Soviet Union, and China. On the Axis, there was Italy, Nazi Germany, and Japan. Milbrath 2 In the beginning of the war, Romania fought with the Axis until 1944, when they switched sides and helped the Allies. Places including France, Poland, Denmark, Norway, and other European countries had been captured by the Nazis throughout the war (Historynet). During this war, many countries paid the ultimate price. While the world was at war, roughly 60 million people lost their lives (Historynet). Those who died ranged from those in Nazi Concentration Camps, people in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and soldiers who died on the battlefield and in captivity. World War II is similar to 1984 because it seemed like it was never going to end, much like the war that is being fought in the novel written by Orwell. Another way that both the
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