A vicious blood bath encaptured the world in 1914, and would leave almost 9 million dead before it ended in 1919. They called it the War to End All Wars. They said it would never happen again. They were wrong. Dead wrong. In twenty years, the world would once again witness the horror and mass destruction of a world war. But, for ten years, the world would pretend to live in harmony. Then, the unthinkable happened. A day the world would forever remember as Black Thursday - the day the stock market crashed. The depression would last many years, ultimately leading to Germany's strife for power, a goal which would cause turmoil to engulf the world for six years as the world faced battle once more.
This page is dedicated to the years between the two world wars, the time when the world was celebrating victory and peace. This page is dedicated to those Inter-War Years.