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While World War One was considered the war to end all wars World War Two made men out of countries that were formerly boys Darwins evolutionary theory proved true in the world of global politics the strong did survive and move on to fight a cold war while the weak either took a back seat to the stronger countries rise to power or came back to make billions in the personal electronics industryThe United States still suffering form the after effects of World War One did not want to enter the war but to profit from it by staying neutral and providing the weapons of war to the other countries involved in the war Of course on December 71941 all of that changed The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor hoping to destroy any chance for future US involvement This error in judgement secured Americas involvement and unbalanced the power structure of the warAs the Americans began the to prepare for war the minds of the American political leaders also began to do some overtime A propaganda campaign was begun Americans were urged to invest in US Savings Bonds to strengthen the national economy the war was made to seem patriotic and the enemy was even made to appear as the devil incarnate or even rounded up and put into prison type establishment based solely on their heritageSo of course when you ask a person born and raised in this era if World War Two was necessary the answer will be a yes Looking at the war now the answer may still be the same but the reasoning may be different Still the answer from a veteran of that war will be a hell yes and I would do it again or die trying if I have too or at least that is what one veteran told me World War Two was a growing experience for America and the world Everyone realized that in order to keep
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