World War II is correct. I don't think you have to capitalize when just referrring to "second world war". But I am not an English major so not sure. Sorry
quit school and smoke weed
It's not "how?" you should ask. It's "why?" let me help you it is my email you email@example.com can found me there
There's going to be some flexibility here. I consider it a proper noun, just like World War II, so I'd capitalize it as the Second World War. You may get some folks who insist "World War" is a proper noun and "second" is an adjective describing it -- "second World War." Really though, I prefer the first option, and every source I've seen has suggested the same.
second World War or World War II is fine.
Try World War II or Second World War. It's a proper noun in either case, since it identifies a special event (thing).
it's all capitalized no matter which way you say it. World War II or Second World War.
How do I know? I teach the subject.
Type it all into Microsoft Word and do a grammer check to see what it comes up with. Ha Ha
Second World War
World War II
All words with capitals.
This article contents is post by this website user, EduQnA.com doesn't promise its accuracy.
More Questions & Answers...