Before the war started in 1938, there was no strategy in place to undertake air strikes against Britain. Later that year, Reich Lutwaffe required the General, who land comprised of Reich’s North Sea coast, to come up with ways for action incase Britain attacked. Focus on these contingency would be steps against armament based in London and English bases in Norfolk, and Sussex. After the war, reason as to why the plan fell to the General, was that, there was much to do. Additionally, there was great reason to stop air strikes as this could have notable disturbance and short-range bombers that would prove ineffective.
The movement from isolationist foreign policy to intervention was a step in the right direction. The change spread everywhere most notable during the Second World War. The policy was a progression one with the desire to safeguard the interests of the citizens; impact of the military and threat of communism. In the 19th century, America took possession of Texas, California, and Hawaii and warned external influence (Wynn, 2010). The intervention policy sought to protect the resources of the country from other nations. Most notable was the high unemployment level and poverty, while industrialization and financial crisis started to affect the rural parts of US.
The varied demographics phased several challenges due to most of the resources going to other nations. The African Americans, women and those of the lower class faced increased levels of unemployment and poverty was souring; the rates for labor were worsening, this pushed for massive protests. There was need to put in place structures that would protected the needs of the locals. This situation sought to pull the resources of the country towards it and limit resources going to other nations. Wealth would hence be concentrated in the country and allow the locals benefit from it.
The war had notable impact to the global community in terms of the relation between several nations. For instance, this led to division of the countries in the world in terms of NATO, Warsaw and those not related to either (Wynn, 2010). The rivalry spread to other nations with nations campaigning for other nations to join it. Hence, the war affected the international stability. Moreover, the powerful nations sort to use confrontation method and this replicated itself in other nations.
The economic impact of the War led to focus in ammunitions and other industrial innovations. This allowed the nations to improve their level of security. There was notable rise in the number of trade unions, which allowed worker to join and settle issues relating to their work conditions. These issues revolved around poor pay. Similarly, focus was directed to food production where governments sought to have increase their supplies.
There is a notable difference between countries before the war and after the war. Before the war, nations work as a one. However, the war broke these relations and led to the formation of groups. Additionally, there were notable developments in terms of focus on food security and rise of unions. Similarities revolved around focus on development of the country in terms of available resources. Additionally, there is was a sense of uncertainty as most nations have formed enemies and this meant that the possibility of war was imminent and nations and its locals had to improve their level of security.