1.People affected by war give too much importance to color,race and language of the people.Their attitudes changed accordingly.
2.After war ,movement of labor from one country to another becomes difficult.
3. The war is a decisive moment in women’s ‘emancipation’ or in relations between the genders.The subsequent emergence of gender history (often practised by feminist scholars coming from literary or cultural studies) reframed the ‘watershed’ view by presenting the war as a pivotal moment in cultural representations of femininity and masculinity. While this did not necessarily lead to an optimistic view of the war’s impact on women, it placed the tensions of gender at the heart of the war and its impact on society – with men both emasculated by war and seeking to ‘remasculinise’ society, and women sensing emancipation while accommodating themselves to the preeminence of male sacrifice.