“Wars create more problems than what they solve”. Many wars lead too a tremendous amounts of casualties and deaths. Having a war doesn’t usually bring a resolution with two countries. It normally just brings more of a bigger conflict between the two. Wars don’t settle the basic altercation; they only prove who is the strongest. In the aftermath of a war, there is physical disruption, death, property destruction, personal hardship, and the difficulty of rebuilding cities and reforming governments.
In World War I it was directly triggered by the assassination of the Austrian archduke, Franz Ferdinand and his wife, on 28th June 1914. This event was the last piece to the puzzle to set off the declarations of war. This war led to many deaths, destruction, and a trouble for countries to rebuild.
In World War II another example of why “Wars create more problems than what they solve” is because when we, the United States, sent troops to Germany capture Hitler and end concentration camps, many US troops were killed because of this war. Maybe it wasn’t such a great idea for us to get involved in the war in the first place. From us also getting involved in the war, we had to help bring Germany back together.
In today’s society wars do create more problems then they resolve. President Barrack Obama claims he is going to bring our troops home. Keeping them there is just getting us involved in someone else’s problems. We never know when a troop of the United States will come to their death. When that occurs it brings harm to their family and us as a country. If we stay out of the problem then maybe we wont be affected.
Getting in the mix of a problem just brings more harm upon yourself. Wars don’t truly settle anything; they just create more problems than the original dispute.
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