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  • The Causes Of War In The Korean War

    The Korean War was an avoidable war that we didn’t need to intervene in. The Domino effect was still an acceptable cause to go to war. It was the thought that if one country’s government fell to communism, then more would follow in its path. We had a tough time fighting them though, because of physical geography. That’s most of the reason we didn’t win the war, we weren’t ready for the terrain. The battle of pork chop hill was one of the most important battles. Being in the mountain’s it provided a challenge for American troops, but for Korean troops who grew up there it was like second nature navigating through the terrain. It took place on a mountainous peninsula, which in my opinion is the worst place to have a battle because if you get backed up your cornered, also they know there way around the mountains better than we did. Fighting a war on a peninsula that was never mapped by the Americans was the worst decision. We won the battle since they backed themselves into the corner and we had a more strategic attack, but we shouldn’t have had that battle. We surged up the peninsula by the main…

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  • The Purpose Of War In Clausewitz's On War

    According to Clausewitz book 1 chapter 1, On War there are a few purpose of war. Where is for political objectives, war is a mere continuation of policy by other means, Utmost use of force, military objectives and utmost exertion of powers. The idea that Clausewitz outlined to explain were useful until today. There are many advantage that military todays can use from a very talented leader like Clausewitz. Political Objective The political object, as the original motive of the war, will be…

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  • Absolute War And Real War: The Categories Of War

    War throughout history has been limited as opposed to absolute. Limited war by its nature is the opposite of absolute war, and absolute war is a theory that fails as a construct. This essay discusses the two groups or types of war (absolute and limited) and the category subsets of those two groups that Carl von Clausewitz first discussed in his treatise On War. Categories of war, as defined by Carl von Clausewitz, are absolute war, ideal war, limited war, real war, war to disarm the enemy, war…

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  • The Importance Of Media On War

    Media has the power to change people’s opinion on war, but it is up to those people to decide whether or not they want to be influenced. I think that most people hold firm beliefs regarding war, whether they are against it, or for it. When they go to see a movie, or watch a television show, they do not necessarily go with the intention of changing their opinion, so they just tend to block out any ideas that are contradicting to their beliefs. However, the few that actually absorb the information…

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  • The Importance Of War On War

    It is an undisputed fact that war brings peace: made obvious through many feats within history. Although many struggle with this fact, due to the stigma that surrounds war. As a result of this stigma, it is common for people to focus exclusively on the immoral aspects of war without considering the positives. Typically, Western society does not contemplate how altered our culture would be without war. We do not focus on the fact that our tranquil civilization has been forged through war. Imagine…

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  • The Bargaining Approach To War: The Aspects Of War?

    War seems to constantly be ravaging some part of the international community in a manner that makes it almost commonplace; however, upon analysis, the frequent recurrence of war is found to be completely irrational. The costs of war, both in terms of the depletion of financial resources and in terms of lives lost, nearly always outweighs any winnings. This confusion can be unraveled using the bargaining model of war as well as many other theories that outline certain types of dispute that some…

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  • War In The Bible

    does mention is war. War is defined as “a state of armed conflict between different nations or states or different groups within a nation or state.” (dictionary.com) War does not only have to be between nations, states or groups; war can also be between people, and in our every day challenges with ourselves. The biblical position on war is not written as right or wrong, but can be narrowed down with different that theologians have studied the specific subject of war within the bible. “The issues…

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  • The Anglo-American War: The War Of 1812

    social problems. Between the years 1775 and 1783 there was what was the First War of US independence, where the United States sought to be independent and stop relying on Britain, there were positive results. After that war 29 years passed and another conflict between the United States and Great Britain emerged, this conflict led to a war called the War of 1812 or the Anglo-American War in which the United States defended trade law freely with other countries. During this war there were…

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  • The Trojan War: An Introduction To The Trojan War

    Introduction to the Trojan War For the longest time the trojan war was thought to be only a myth, that is until about 100 years ago when archeologists found the reminence of ruins in the place that was traditionally Troy in Homer 's stories. the timelines of the ruins was around the year 1250 B.C.E. which matches the timeline of the trojan war story beginnings. The story is used the most in Homer’s the Iliad and the Odyssey, although other poets before him added to the stories and legends of…

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  • The Forgotten War: The Korean War

    The Korean War is known as the ‘Forgotten War’, but to the countries that were impacted by this war it was anything but forgotten. The Korean War took place on June 25, 1950 and did not end until July, 1953 (History, 2015). There were twenty-one members of the United Nations, commonly known as UN, that sent military forces and aid to South Korea. This war is a ‘world war’ because it included several countries around the world help either North or South Korea. North Korea was under the influence…

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