Research Paper: Inequalities of Combat Representation During the World Wars

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Treatment of Africans in World War I Versus World War II

The Treatment that the Africans Received in World War I versus World War II

The First and Second World War had a significant effect on the Africans who took part in them. Africans were subjected to significant suffering that affected their health and health outcomes during and after the world. Significant evidence shows that the Africans Soldiers and other participants of the first and the second World Wars suffered from psychological disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder after the war. Civil rights bodies played a significant role in ensuring that Africans soldiers received fair treatment from their superior colonies during the World War II. This was not possible in the First World War. The roles of the civil bodies can be easily traced throughout the two wars; hence, the need for its analysis (Gaines 62). This study analyzes two articles trying to create a comparison of the civil rights activities of the World War I and II that fostered the fair treatment the Africans during the wars.

Civil rights and efforts contributed significantly to improving the treatment the Africans received during the World War I and II. Narratives from the civil right bodies during the World War I and II showed that the black veterans' were involved in the activities with the intention of countering the unfair treatment they received during the wars. The black veterans made an intuitive contribution by mobilizing the adoption of strategies that safeguarded the rights of blacks in the war. The black veterans were always among the members considered active in the most of the civil rights organizations where the insurgency was launched. The Africans in the World War one faced significant challenges in the war as compared to those in the World War II. For example, they suffered lack of political recognition of their contribution to the war alongside violation of the fundamental human rights.

However, presence of civil bodies such as NAACP fought for equity among the participants of the World War I. World… [END OF PREVIEW]

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