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World War I - The Aftermath

World War I - The Aftermath As a direct result of the First World War, over 16 million people across the world lost their lives. Aside from this massive loss of life, the world felt the aftermath of the war in their pockets, with national economies taking a big hit. Women had joined the workforce during the war, and decided to stay there once the fighting was over. And finally, political lines were redrawn, making the world a very different place than it had been prior to the battle. In Part 5 of our series on WWI, WatchMojo.com explores this and other lasting effects of the war.

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