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    Conscription is the compulsory enlistment of people in some sort of national service‚ most often military service.[1] Conscription dates back to antiquity and continues in some countries to the present day under various names. The modern system of near-universal national conscription for young men dates to the French Revolution in the 1790s‚ where it became the basis of a very large and powerful military. Most European nations later copied the system in peacetime‚ so that men at a certain age would

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    conscription‚ also called draft‚ compulsory enrollment for service in a country’s armed forces. It has existed at least from the time of the Egyptian Old Kingdom (27th century bce)‚ but there have been few instances—ancient or modern—of universal conscription (calling all those physically capable between certain ages). The usual form—even during total war—has been selective service. Modified forms of conscription were used by Prussia‚ Switzerland‚ Russia‚ and other European countries during the

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    and I believe that most of you take this for granted. However‚ thousands of innocent people have this choice taken away from them for no reason at all! This is an outrage. I am here to talk to you about why conscription‚ compulsory military service‚ should be completely abolished. Conscription is a violation of freedom because it completely removes the right that we have to make our own decisions and lead our own life. This right is taken away in over 30 countries and can last as long as 10 years

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    back conscription” and “Conscription? No way” 06/05/13 Summary In the articles “Bring back conscription” written by Colonel RJ Blythe (2010) and “Conscription? No way!” by Dennis De Souza (2010)‚ the authors present some arguments about the idea of bringing back compulsory military service. Blythe argues that there has been an important decrease on the personal of the Navy and Army‚ which is worrying in many aspects for society. For that reason‚ he claims that getting back conscription is really

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    What is conscription? Conscription was compulsory enlistment for military training and . This process to men who had to leave their friends and family and train and fight in the without a choice. However‚ women were also conscripted for auxiliary services e.g. nursing. This was usually as a result of the lack of in a country’s military. If the men were well and had the ability to fight and train‚ they

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    Mandatory Conscription In The U.S. Should the United States have mandatory military conscription‚ and if so‚ who shall be required to serve? Military conscription will make it mandatory for citizens to serve in the military‚ usually men and women among the ages of eighteen through twenty-five. They will be required to serve at least two years. Only the able-bodied will be forced to serve. It can help to solve the economic problems are country is facing. Plus‚ it will put us on equal ground with

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    A professional army versus conscription A professional army and universal conscription are the two major types of military service practised in the world. Evidently‚ both of them have their own benefits‚ but I presume that a conscript army is more efficient. On the one hand‚ in wartime mercenaries are far less motivated than conscripts. While the former have only their own material welfare at heart‚ the latter are guided by a stronger incentive‚ which is patriotic sentiment. Having

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    Conscription Rips Open the Countries Linguistic Divide The Conscription Crisis of 1917 is that there is a depleting amount of soldiers who are fighting and even less who are enlisting. This year was one of worry and despair. After the recruiting effort in Quebec failed Canada turned to its only unused option; conscription (Wikipedia). Conscription is the horrid act of a government forcing individuals to go to war. After countless years of discrimination Canada is now forcing French Canadian to

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    Conscription is the compulsory military service for young men. When world war one first broke out‚ a number of people enlisted‚ in 1914 it was a rate at 10000 people per month. By the end of 1916 Australians realised World war one wasn’t going to end any time soon and gained more knowledge about battlefront conditions and the high rates of casualties. The number of men enlisting for war decreased to less then half‚ the Australian Imperial Force faced a shortage of men and consisting entirely of volunteers

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    then another‚ the number of volunteering men started to decrease further and further. This rapid drop of soldiers led Prime Minister Borden to establish the Military Service Act‚ also known as the Conscription Act. This act made it mandatory for men in good condition to fight‚ to go to war. This conscription had a very bad impact on Canada‚ going against the freedom of citizens which Canada supported‚ having negative effects on the families and the soldiers and lastly‚ dividing the nation into two‚

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