A good essay would talk about both issues raised in this question and talk about how they impact on each other.
Firstly, you'd write about whether WWII made people question their beliefs and if so, how their beliefs changed.
Of course, if one question is worth more points than the others you allow more time to write it.
Answers will come to mind immediately for some questions Write down key words, listings, etc. Otherwise these ideas may be blocked (or be unavailable) when the time comes to write the later questions.
The question is broad so you could answer it no matter what period of history you studied.
Specific questions Specific questions are usually quite long and clearly outline what you need to cover in your essay.
Then you would talk about whether questioning old beliefs led people to argue for change.
The key to answering this question well is exploring the idea of what it means to ‘win', and whether there are ever any real winners when societies come into conflict.
When the time is up for one question, stop writing and begin the next one.
There will be 15 minutes remaining when the last question is completed.