Effects of War Essays
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World War III has started! We have had World War (WW) I and WW II. The word “war” brings to mind machine guns, bombs and a battlefield. However, this is 21st century and rather than arms as the tool of war, trade is. This is because the nature of the world is one that shows that countries are interdependent as states are connected to each other and relations between two states can greatly affect the relation that exists among other...
Alexander C. McFarlane’s ‘The Impact of War on Mental Health: Lest We Forget’ is an article that uses the statistics and examples driven language to describe a sense of psychological trauma of people after the war. This article mainly describes the impact of war on mental health. In war, there are countless soldiers sacrificed, countless victims die of diseases and infections, the state is not functioning properly, and residents cannot live normally. The most terrible thing is that veterans and...
The imagery created when it comes across the term “war” often is related to the themes of hatred, death, and destruction, as the concept of war is seen as a symbol of evil by many. Though many believe that war is bad, it is not always true. There’s a saying that “the forest fire destroys everything including the forest itself, but from the ashes comes out new life.”(Studymode,2019) It reflects on how bad things can open doors for a fresh...
The senselessness of war affects even the best of people and turns them into people you wouldn't be able to recognize. In the novel, All Quiet On The Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque, the main character Paul Baumer gets sent to fight in the German war where they did not have the best fighting technology. This led to many tragic incidents taking place and Paul being severely affected by them. Throughout the novel, Paul starts questioning if war is...