The Second World War took 25% of the national wealth from Great Britain, the lives of about 384,000 military personnel and 70,000 civilians.
After the war, the British experienced an economic and fuel crisis, an increase in the national debt and a devaluation of the currency.
How did Great Britain manage to revive itself and become a country with one of the highest GDPs in the world? What recovery practices can Ukraine adopt?
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