In the Italo-Turkish War or Turco-Italian War Italy defeated the Ottoman Empire in North Africa in 1911-12.  Italy easily captured the important coastal cities but its army failed to advance far into the interior. Italy captured the Ottoman Tripolitania Vilayet (province), of which the most notable sub-provinces (sanjaks) were Fezzan , Cyrenaica , and Tripoli itself. These territories together formed what became known as Italian Libya . The main significance for the First World War was that this war made it clear that no Great Power appeared to wish to support the Ottoman Empire any longer and this paved the way for the Balkan Wars . Christopher Clark stated: "Italy launched a war of conquest on an African province of the Ottoman Empire, triggering a chain of opportunistic assaults on Ottoman territories across the Balkans. The system of geographical balances that had enabled local conflicts to be contained was swept away." 
As far as the economic effects of World War 2 are concerned, it did have some positives but they were by no means a match for the chaos this war created. The numerous jobs created during the war brought an end to the crisis of unemployment during the Great Depression. While those industries which manufactured various products required during the war flourished, other industries suffered a major setback. The European economy was almost brought to a standstill during the Second World War. It took quite a few years for the world to revive after the war came to an end in 1945. After all was said and done, in the end as many as 24,000,000 soldiers and 49,000,000 civilians lost their lives on both the sides.
I’m sorry brother, but you are quite and truly wrong about the book of Revelation.
As Dr, E. W. Bullinger in a master work “The apocalypse made persuasively clear, the Church of God is not the subject of Revelation, but Israel is its presiding subject. And the return of the 12 tribes of greater Israel in the 2nd Exodus unto the Mighty God of Jacob during the Great Tribulation to the land of their forefathers in Israel.
This is also why the first three chapters cannot be about “The Church”. How one earth does one pick out which of the so-called seven churches to join if that was even possible? Some don’t qualify to go to heaven is no corporate body here but 7.
No, instead they are the seven periods of Israel’s own well-known history in view here.
There is nothing of Christianity in either its style, which is of the same kind Jewish apocalyptism of those found in the Dead Sea scrolls. And from end to end the book is like an old Testament prophecy.
Lasty here, those addressed in this book are under a covenant of law, as individuals, where works and not Grace is seen everywhere both indirectly and quite directly. And one could say that the entire book is addressed to one person. Whoever is reading it, or those who hear the one reading and not any Christian who have better promises, from the One Who has paid the price for them.
That’s why I believe it is of profound and absolute importance for Christian ministers to pay close attention to this last book of the Bible, for its place in the cannon alone, shows it to be after the Epistles, where everything is about the Church’s end-time apostacy and failure—then God takes up the Dispensation of His people Israel again.