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Table of Contents Introduction 2 The Vietnam as a landmark 3 The war in Iraq; is there is a difference? 4 Depiction of war in Hollywood 5 Which movie indicates the situations of war better? 7 Conclusion 8 References 10
The concept of war is a very interesting area that needs to be examined. This is due to the fact that the concept indicates that it is the war which makes nations great. For instance, the countries which are powerful ion the economic front are the countries which are ahead of the others on the war front. This discussion indicates the fact that the war has a national importance and the different parties will have different ideas about it. However, over the long term it is clear that the results of war are not positive on the human society. While there are many discussions on the war based on the movies, it is clear not all the movies depict war in the same light. This indicates the different points of views that the people have on the wars.
This is very much the case on the context of Unites States. The country is no doubt the most powerful nation in the world. Thus the country has been engaged in many wars through United Nations as well as without the permission of the United Nations. The country has been able to make sure that they will somehow justify the wars that they are engaged in. It is evident that while US is trying their level best to justify some of the wars, it is in reality not possible to justi9fy them due to the fact that they do not serve the purpose that they claim this to serve.
However, this does not stop certain directors from
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