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Slide 1 (years of the war, where it takes place) The persian gulf war took place in Kuwait.
It took place from 1990 to 1991
The Persian gulf war was a political and economic war. Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in search for political and economic power and control. If Hussein seized gulf nations and Saudi Arabia after Kuwait, he’d control more than one half of the world’s oil reserves. This would’ve changed the tides of the world as we know it, because he’d build his army extremely strong and he’d have tons of political power.
Slide 3 The Iranian government became revolutionary to show the rest of Iran that they can revolt against the invaders to get their independence back.. Some of the borders with major tensions were the border between Iraq and Kuwait, and, Saddam and Israel.
big groups involved in this big war/conflict are Iraq, The US, Israel, Saddam, and the Kuwait rebels (Sunnis and Shia).
The US and the UN got involved because Saddam was trying to launch missiles at Israel, but the US and the UN pledged to protect Israel.
Slide 4 Basically how it played out was that the US came into the conflict and helped Israel fight Iraq and Iran which started the Persian gulf war. That war lasted for and while, and after that war, it started even more wars which we are still fighting today.
Slide 5 Iraq's relationship with its neighbors was different, Iraq claimed that Kuwait was their ...
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