Free Essays on Why Go People Go To War

  1. War Versus Peace

    paper: War versus Peace Should the United States have gone to war in Iraq? The United States has been in a war with Iraq for over a decade. They say they are in it for the protection of the American people. There are three groups of people whose decisions should be taken into consideration. People who...

  2. Surrender

    The Reasons Countries go to Wars Wars just bring suffer and misery to people. For example, in World War One millions people died during that war. In 1918, war finally ended, but this peace didn’t bring happiness to anyone. Hundreds thousands of people got mental health problems. There were some soldiers...

  3. Why Did The United States Go To War With Iraq?

    In the recent war with Iraq Americans wants to really know why did the United States go to war with Iraq? There are several conclusions that people have come to. Some of the main reasons that the United States went to war with Iraq was because of the belief that Saddam Hussein was harboring terrorists...

  4. Dfew

    Narrative Essay In "The Things They Carried," we read that the Vietnam War was closely associated with the physical, psychological, and emotional problems that the soldiers dealt with. This novel incorporated many different outlooks on the things the soldiers carried, dealt with, and were forced to...

  5. On the Rainy River

    has a vivid hallucination that encompasses all of his rivaling thoughts about going to war. The hallucination describes all of the reasons Tim feels embarrassed. He is embarrassed to go to war because he thinks war is somewhat barbaric and below his level of thinking. On the other hand, he will feel like...

  6. Us Involvement in the Vietnam War

    Vietnam War Source Based Vietnam in South East Asia had always been a desirable country. Since the 19th century, it was ruled by France and called Indo China. Apart form one rebellion in 1930, France had total control of the country until they surrendered to Germany in the Second World War in 1940...

  7. Info Report

    Info Report 1. Why did the Vietnam War start? The war began in 1965 (though conflict in the region stretched back to the mid-1940s), after the rise to power of Ho Chi Minh and his communist Viet Minh party in North Vietnam, and continued against the backdrop of an intense Cold War between two global...

  8. The Cellist of Sarajevo

    How did the constant confrontation of war and occupation affect Kenan, Arrow, and Dragan. Dragan changed very much during the war he totally cut himself off from people. He stopped talking to his friends, his afraid of dying. The only way of him holding onto things he loved and never wanted to lose...

  9. Gulf of Tonkin

    Gulf of Tonkin Resolution Guiding Questions Most history books say that the United States war in Vietnam began in 1964, after Congress passed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. However, it’s no secret that the United States had been very involved in the region for at least a decade before. By the...

  10. English Response

    this story. It brings together two people that usually wouldn’t be together and helps make their relationship stronger. Every Saturday, the father and daughter would get together to have any meal that they would be craving the week before. This gave them a reason to go out and spend quality time together...

  11. Alfred M. Green Speech Analysis

    The Civil War, a war fought during the 1860s, decided a great many things: slavery or freedom, south and north or unification. In the beginning of the war, the Northern African Americans were not allowed to join the Union Army and fight against the Southern oppressors. Alfred M. Green, while giving a...

  12. Why Countries Go to War

    By Tan Kabra April 29th, 2009 Why Countries Go To War There are many reasons why countries go to war. One country may want to go to war to take revenge on something that another country or countries did to them. Germany, for example, wanted to take revenge on the rest of the...

  13. Reinstating the Military Draft

    paper I will dispute this subject. The cons of a military draft are very substantial. Here are the reasons why we should not start a military draft: violating freedom, encouraging unpopular wars, wasteful avoidance behavior, forced soldiers fight poorly, and conscription is not equal. The definition of...

  14. Should Simpson Be Considered a WWI Hero?

    story is often told on Anzac Day, at schools and ceremonies and is told to demonstrate the spirit of Anzac. For many people, John Simpson Kirkpatrick is considered a hero of the first world war, but, like many other debatable topics their is often more than one side of the argument. There are many arguments...

  15. King Henry

    reason to go to war; I strongly believe that Henry was a good leader that thought it was absolutely necessary for him to go to war. Henry did not go to war because of his personal feelings or to get revenge. Henry went to war because he thought it was best for his people. Henry reluctant going to war, he...

  16. Why We Can Not Win the War in Afghanistan

    Adrian Iwaskiw Why we can not win the War in Afghanistan The most important international challenge facing the United States over the next ten years is dealing with the war in Afghanistan. The war has been going on for ten years and we have gotten very little progress. As days go by more and more...

  17. draft age opinion

     People under the age of twenty one are not psychologically fit to go to war. Eighteen is the youngest age you can be to join the war without a parents’ permission, which is still a very young age in this society. The legal drinking age is only twenty one in America. If young adults can not drink legally...

  18. Episodic Critism of the South

    the readers to see the flaws presented in each area. These flaws are then used as way to portray the south as the perpetrators in starting the civil war. The first part of the south that falls under critism by Twain is the southern aristocracy. The Sheperdson- Grangerford episode is used to illustrate...

  19. The Horrors Accompanying War

    All Quiet on the Western Front People go to war for many valid reasons, but many ultimately join because they are ignorant to the horrors that accompany war. All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque clarifies that people are immensely patriotic so they feel the need to contribute...

  20. Why Nations Go To War

    WHY NATIONS GO TO WAR There are often people who ask the big question, “Why do nations feel the need to go to war?” One of the main reasons for this question comes from the loss of life that comes with it. However, on an opinionated theory I have concluded that a larger portion of why a nation decides...

  21. The Crusades and Their Influence

    1. Western Historians cite different reasons as to why thousands of Europeans embarked on the Crusades, but most identify spiritual motivations as the strongest. For many Muslim historians, the over-riding explanation for why Christians went on the Crusades was to pillage and destroy a civilization at...

  22. Mexican American War

    that is just what we are doing to Mexican settlers in California and New Mexico, if we go to war with them. I have some persuasive reasons why we shouldn’t. My first reason is that I don’t think Mexico is ready for war. They have just gained their independence from Spain; they are still in the process of...

  23. Interview on Civil Rights

    Civil Rights Many people would agree with me that war is never the answer, and war doesn’t create peace. My interview about the civil rights helped me understand why war is never the answer, and the consequence a war has is price less. The war took place in Iran, and it was for the population’s freedom...

  24. "All quiet on the western front" about World War I.

    of the war and how people are changed by it. The main character is Paul, who is the leader of a group of 19-year-old former university students. As we watch the film we can clearly see how his attitude towards the war and beliefs about the war change from him being proud and enthusiastic to go to the...

  25. Philippines

    Philippines    One of the most controversial events in the United States history is the occupation of  the  philippines following the Spanish American War and the events surrounding it. This event did  not just affect the United States history but also the way other countries viewed us and even the  way Americans viewed the United States...

  26. World War 1

    hy people go to war? People go to war for the following reasons: - economic reasons - natural resources - more land - expand its power on territory control - dragged into war due to alliance There are so many reason's why countries go to war the worst part about it is that known are good,...

  27. Is It Justified

    argue that the effects of war suffered by soldiers are not justified, however no matter what happens to these soldiers our decision to go to war is not based on this. War has always been part of the past and the way we feel about war is still the same. Even though years go by, everyone is still terrified...

  28. United States in Support If Afghanistan

    Chad Weber Ms. Lewis-Denney English 2H, Period 7 31 May 2012 United States in Support of Afghanistan When a father comes home from war with one leg, one arm, and can not hear out of his left ear, his little boy still crawls into his lap and says, “I love you daddy”. The little boy asks, “What...

  29. Why Nations Go to War

    Why Nations Go To War In John Stoessinger’s work on “Why Nations go to War” he examines ten wars that have occurred since 1914 and the one currently taking place today. These wars include World War One, World War Two, Korean War, Vietnam War, Yugoslavian War, Indo-Pakistani War, Arab-Israel War, Iran-Iraq...

  30. Comparison of a Woman in Berlin and the Diary of a Napoleonic Foot Soldier

    Walter, Confronting War by Ronald J. Glossup, Silent Night by Stanley Weintraub, and a good three or four more books to boot. Out of all the books, The Diary of a Napoleanic Foot Soldier and A Woman in Berlin, by Anonymous, are the only two which take a look at war and the results of war through an eyewitnesses...