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Nobody needs any further clarification to the meaning of war everyone knows what war is It is a physical conflict between two or more countries World War 1 World War 2 The Vietnam War and The Gulf War each of these are historical wars they bring about widespread famine misery destruction and death just like any other war would When a war sweeps through a continent or country nothing is left intact in its wake If war brings about such negative effects then why do countries still go to war Since the beginning of time Man has learnt to solve their problems and conflicts by the use of violence - cavemen using clubs and stones fighting against each other for possession of women food and territory is an everyday affair Countries use war as a last resort when all else fails it seems that by the use of military might they hope to be able to suppress the weaker countries and make them conform Some countries go to war when they do not like each other when one country gets in the way of the other in territorial or economical conquest it is time for someone to be obliterated No one seems to be willing to give way or to accept resolutions as offered by third party nations The phrase Action speaks louder than words does have its place here What better way to solve a problem other than solving it yourself Perhaps that is why the League of Nations or the now United Nations never seems to be able to stop all wars War seems like a likely solution to inter-country conflicts When we talk about war the two greatest wars that ever happened in history that will immediately come to ones mind are World War One 1914 1918 and World War Two 1935-1949 World War One was a war without parallel - its scale of destruction eclipsed all
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