[Essential question] Was World War Two a good war Why or why not

All that said, the question that we need to answer is. was WWII a good war? In this essay, I will argue that despite the good things brought about by WWII, it was not a good war as it resulted in the highest number of causalities in world history and also tremendous changes in people’s lives as some lost lives, others were displaced and the economies of countries destroyed forever due to bombings.
To begin with, the war was portrayed by Winston Churchill the Premier of Great Britain and Franklin D Roosevelt the president of U.S as a war against fascism rather than an imperialistic war. The war aims were outlined in the Atlantic Charter released when they met in Newfound land in August 1941. As such, the German Nazis and Japanese imperialists as well as Italian fascists were viewed as evil while Britain, France and America viewed themselves as good since they wanted to rid the world of tyrannical and fascist leaders like Adolph Hitler and Benito Mussolini of Italy. WWII was thus a war of good against evil. But was this the case? First, Britain and America sought to include Joseph Stalin of Russia in the fight against Germany yet he was the worst dictator himself compared to Hitler. Though America was a neutral nation, it offered lend-lease to Britain and Russia to fight against the Nazis. Before the, America had passed the neutrality Acts banning shipment of arms and munitions to any nation during war in 1935and also prohibiting loans to belligerents in 1936 (151). Despite the President Roosevelt claiming that the war was an arsenal for democracy, he helped Stalin fight against the Nazis though Russia was a communist nation. If somebody was fighting to eliminate communism, that was Hitler as his aim was to suppress communists (opposition) in Germany alongside defying the nations that defeated it in WWI (p. 149). Secondly, the main reason why America engaged Japan in a war in Asia was not to ensure democracy but an