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referat: end of second world war

Frage: referat: end of second world war
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Hallo :)
könnte sich jemand den text mal durchlesen und auf grammatik und zeit achten? muss das referat am dienstag halten...*angst*
gegen verbesserungs vorschläge hab ich auch nichts ;)

dankeschön schonmal :)

hier der text:

End of the Second World War

The Second World War ended with the capitulation of Germany and Japan 1945.
About 1,7 billion people from 61 nations were involved in the fights in Europe, East Asia, Southeast Asia, North Africa and the Pacific Islands.

At the end of the Second World War the German used for the first time rockets against England.
Because of the bad situation of the war the resistance inside of Germany grew. It reached the climax when Hitler was affected on the 20. July 1944.
After that, every normal thinking person count the war for lost but Hitler appeal for the “Volkssturm”. There, men between 16 and 60 years were getting to know how to use some weapons and German cities were now forts which had to be defend all time long.

In the last month of the war, the Allies began to destroy everything in the biggest cities like Dresden, Hamburg or Frankfurt and German troops capitulated in Italy.
After this Hitler committed suicide in Berlin on the 30.April.
So Germany finally lost the war and at the same time the “NS-Terror regime” ended.
In Europe ended the war when Germany capitulated on the 7. and 8. May 1945.

The last part of the Second World War was the atomic bombs at Japan.
After Japan didn’t agree to capitulate but put up a fight America decided the use of a horrible weapon: The atomic bomb. On the 6. and 9. August 1945 they dropped them on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
122000 people died and 100000 were hurt. Many more died later of radiation poisoning.
Japan capitulated on the 2. September 1945.

After the Second World War there was a peace conference, called “Potsdamer Konferenz”in August 1945.
There were made a lot of decisions.
One is for example the splitting in occupied zones like a Russian, English, or a French zone. Another decision was that Germany has to stay an economic unit.
German displaced persons should be given a chance to come back, too.
Some points at the conference were also the elimination of factories, to cancel the army or that decisions could also be made by the people who weren’t at the top of the government.

At the end of the Second World War nearly everything was destroyed. About 55 Million people died, 35 Million people disappeared and 3 Million were missed till today.
Furthermore 6 Million Jews were killed in concentration camps other 30 Million dead were innocent people.
About 1500 Billion US-Dollar were spend for the war. 21% of that from the USA, 20% from Great Britain, 18% from Germany and 13% from the UdSSR.

The Second World War left a sign of destruction and elimination like it was never happened before.
a big problem was also starvation Many people lost their families and.

The play “An Inspector Calls” was written in 1945, which was just at the end of the Second World War.
The play is set in 1912, just before the First World War so that Priestley could get his message across more clearly.
The message was that we all have to take responsibility for our actions, which can have consequences.
Frage von MYXX (ehem. Mitglied) | am 14.06.2009 - 19:45

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Antwort von Geissbock | 14.06.2009 - 21:59
Dann mal los:

About 1.7 billion people ...
... the Germans used rockets against England for the first time ...
... inside Germany ... (ohne `of`)
... Hitler was affected on the 20th of July 1944 ... (meinst du wirklich `affected` --> to affect = beeinflussen ?)
... every normally thinking person counted the war for lost but Hitler appealed ...
... on the 30th of April ...
... 7th and 8th of May ...
... On August the 6th and 9th ...
... died later on ...
... September the 2nd ...
... Germany had to stay ...
... missed until today ...
... Furthermore 6 Million Jews were killed in concentration camps -- und die 2. Hälfte des Satzes versteh ich nicht.
... like it never happened before ... -- und ich glaube dadrunter fehlt ein bisschen was. ;)
... message more clearly across ...

So, das war alles, was ich an Rechtschreibung und Grammatik finden konnte. Ich denke der Rest wird so durchgehen, obwohl man manche Sätze natürlich noch verbessern könnte. Aber danach hast du ja nicht gefragt ... ;)
Ich hoffe ich konnte helfen.

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Antwort von MYXX (ehem. Mitglied) | 14.06.2009 - 22:21
gaaanz dickes dankeschön :)

also mit affected des soll heißen das der höhepunkt erreicht wurde mit dem attentat auf hitler...
stand so in der übersetzung bei angreifen...

dann die 2. hälfte vom satz soll heißen das andere 30Mio.Tote unschuldige leute waren. bei unschuldig stand innocent...

dooch :P "gegen verbesserungs vorschläge hab ich auch nichts" ;)
als her mit verbesserungen ;) kann nur besser werden^^ xD

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