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The social and economic costs of World War 2 exceed $1 trillion dollars in 1945. Some of the social costs of World War 2 later resulted in the Civil Rights Movement, however, directly after the war this was an increase in violence towards women and other minorities.
The only 2 I can think of at the moment are: lives lost, and the role of women changing (they started working jobs when the men were away at war)

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Economicly, each country which was involved in the war lost a lot amout of money. Emotionally soldiers were in a bad mood, because when they came back they saw that the women, immigrants and even unmature men took over their job. Politicaly, Treaty of Versailles made division between countries and Germany was under a huge pressure.

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