Terrorism is something that has influenced the lives of the American population in the United States in any event once in their lifetimes. It is something that Americans have found out about in history books and have seen on national TV. Terrorism has sadly been a part of the United States of America’s history since as early as the 1920s. Terrorism has caused the United States of America to have to make new laws or make some changes to how things are in the country. The fight against terrorism in the United States is an important issue for the safety of its civilians. The government addresses it by making laws against its weapons, having critical infrastructure security, and the government has a national terrorism advisory system. Although the government does everything that it can to try and prevent these types of incidents from occurring, people still have found ways to terrorist Americans. Most terrorist attacks are not from Americans, they are usually part of a terrorist group who try to gain power and want political attention. September 11, 2001, the most catastrophic date in the history of the United States of America, the ‘9/11 Attack’ occurred in New York City, Washington D.C, and Pennsylvania. The deadliest attack that the United States has ever experienced was on September 11, 2001, led by the Islamic extremist group Al-Qaeda.
World War I was an extraordinary misfortune both physically and inwardly. It was a contention between the Allies and the Central Powers from 1914 to 1918. In excess of 15 million individuals were executed in struggle, making it a standout amongst the most fatal clashes ever. Sadly the United States of America was a part of this horrible war. The United States President Woodrow Wilson looked to keep up the United States neutral yet was at last unfit to keep the United States out of the war, due to how aggressive the Germans were in the war. On May 7, 1915, the Germans sunk the British sea liner RMS Lusitania, which had over a hundred Americans ready. Wilson cautioned that the United States would not allow unrestricted submarine fighting or any further infringement of universal law. This was a warning to all the countries a part of World War 1 That the United States was not happy with what had happened and that it would not be tolerated. In January 1917, the Germans continued submarine fighting. A couple of days after this declaration, the Wilson organization acquired a duplicate of the Zimmermann Telegram, which encouraged Mexico to join the war as an ally to the Germans. Why would they agree to join the Germans and go against the United States? Germany informed Mexico that if they won the war Mexico will be given back the states that now belong to the United States which are Arizona, Texas, and New Mexico. This was somewhat of a treat to the United States who did not take it lightly. The continuation of German submarine assaults on US trader vessels drove the United States Congress to declare war on Germany on April 6, 1917. This is when the United States caused great terror to the whole entire country and had to now go to war. Of course, there were people who agreed with the decision on declaring war with Germany but no one thought about “ all the lives that will be lost.” or “ who is going to have to serve for this country to go to this war.” This then causes lots of problems in the future. After World War 1 was overcame all the effects on the civilians. The experience of the First World War was Traumatizing. The alleged 'cultivated' Western majority rules systems had dove into a brutal and lethal clash with questionable starting points and an unacceptable result. Causing many to wound up baffled by the qualities and standards of the American political majority rule government and shopper culture. The age that grew up amid the First World War and the '1920s is known as the 'Lost Generation.' Losing a Generation just because of a War is truly an act of terrorism due to all the lives lost not only american but all lives in general. This will certainly bring change in the view of the United States when it comes to Terror in America.
All Americans have the right to bear arms given to them by the second amendment. The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution reads: 'A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.'This amendment brings great honor to a lot of Americans, but with that honor, it also brings great terror to other Americans. There have been a lot of terrible tragedies due to this amendment. It is always people who are not in the correct state of mind and do not have good intentions to get a hold of a deadly weapon. Throughout the years there have been multiple acts in place to help avoid any incidents. The National Firearms Act of 1934 was one of the first restrictions on guns. The National Firearm Act of 1934 was put in place to avoid large massacres from happening. It covered the machine gun which was a deadly weapon used in most if not all killings at the time and also any short-barrel firearm. This controlled the activity with the usage of guns and how they aren’t safe for the environment. This occurring only a couple of years before the world war ll happened was a big act that was in place. This showed the country that no matter what was happening to prevent tragedies to happen they will still occur. The government's effort made no massive change in the way citizens would react to their problems.
The beginning of World War ll was in 1939 and the United States of America being a part of it brought great terror to the whole country. The country had gone through great change during the First World War. They would begin World War ll as a neutral country. As the country didn't want any more terror in the country as there was in the previous World War. Even as the country had a neutral position in this war they would soon get an unexpected surprise. On December 7, 1941, the Japanese propelled an unexpected assault on the US Naval Base Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, utilizing planes, torpedo aircraft, and diminutive person submarines. On December 8, President Franklin D. Roosevelt conveyed his 'Disgrace Speech' to American citizens, illuminating them this happened in spite of the way that the US was amidst converses with keeping harmony with Japan. On that equivalent day, with congressional endorsement, America went into World War II. This caused great tension in the country as the last time they went into a World War they lost thousands of lives. This would also be the case for this war as they feared. The attack made the whole country think twice about what would occur from that point forward as they didn’t expect Japan or anyone to attack them since they were a neutral country. The country was now going into yet another War that they didn't want to be in, last time by choice and this time by force. The fact that they went into this war because Japan attacked them for the only purpose is to get an advantage over the other countries made american citizens angry.
As many may know the war was a total massacre hundreds of thousands died in the war but no one will ever believe the unthinkable bombing that the United States had done to Japan. On the sixth of August 1945, the US dropped a nuclear bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima, ushering in the atomic age. The bomb caused the passing of more than 100,000 people, with the greater part of the devastation relating to guiltless regular folks. After three days, the Americans rehashed their activity at Nagasaki. The point of the US was not, to cause complete annihilation of the Japanese, but to cause total obliteration of the Japanese, yet to catch the wild patriotism inside Japan. This was a terrorizing event for all the people in Japan but also for all of the world showing that the United States just did the unthinkable and destroyed 2 whole cities, killing thousands of people in a matter of 3 days. This would be the end of the Second World War. But this did not mean that everything would now be okay has now the world became aware of the type of weapons one can make which will lead the United States into yet another one of these awful and traumatizing wars. This would now bring up the cold war for the United States.
‘The Cold War became a dominant influence on many aspects of American society for much of the second half of the 20th century. It escalated due to antagonist values between the United States, representing capitalism and democracy, and the Soviet Union, representing communism and authoritarianism.’ Being the two prevailing world powers after WWII, the dispute between the Americans and the Soviets turned into a worldwide clash. The Cold War varied from most wars in that it was quite a bit of a purposeful publicity war as a war with military commitment. The Cold War was not an actual war that was fought with the military but mostly just threats being said from one to another. Saying this doesn’t make it a nun important time of terror in the United States. Most people believed that since the United States had bombed Japan with nuclear weapons maybe Russia would do the same. This is very critical due to the fact that if they were to be attacked with would kill thousands of people, innocent people. In spite of the fact that the Cold War had many negative impacts on worldwide society, it likewise made a stable political world, as proven by the way that amid the Cold War time, common wars, nationalistic uprisings, and ethnic cleansings were nearly non-existent. Too, the world's financial circumstance was thusly enormously improved by the military development brought about by the Cold War. The execution of the American 'Marshall Plan' and the Communist 'Molotov Plan', the atomic weapons contest, and the worldwide military development all served to make worldwide political solidness and monetary thriving. At the end of the day this war was completely unnecessary but ended up with a couple of good things. So not only was the Cold War terror it helped in a way.
The attack on September 11, 2001, is defined as a group of Islamic terrorists who are believed to be members of al-Qaeda, attacking the Pentagon and the World Trade Center, also known as the Twin Towers, by hijacking four commercial airlines. Only three of the four attacks succeed. This is considered a terrorist attack by most of us. From this incident, we can define terrorism as a well-planned violent attack that targets innocent people to send a political message by planting fear not just in the country or government but also in civilians. However, terrorism cannot and should not be easily defined in this way. The definition of terrorism defined above is defined from America’s point of view and not al-Qaeda’s perspective. If we put ourselves in al-Qaeda’s shoes, our definition of terrorism is going to change. Al-Qaeda declared war on America because they felt that the Muslims were threatened by the U.S. as well as their freedom. It is not to be said that the actions of al-Qaeda should be justified, but we should try to understand them before making assumptions. Al-Qaeda dealt with their situation to the extreme by planning massive attacks but it could be considered as a method of protection instead of a terrorist attack.
The most unexpected horrifying day in the United States can be said to be the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, which killed approximately 3,000 and injured almost 10,000 people. As most already know, the attack was carried out by 19 Islamic members on November 11th of 2001. The al-Qaeda group hijacked four airplanes and it also send suicide people with bombs to create an explosion and kill people. Two of the airplanes were flown into the famous United States towers known as the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, the third plane hit the Pentagon outside Washington, D.C, and the fourth plane crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. The emotional ascent in psychological oppression started the unscrupulous headway of cross-examination strategies so as to be all the more successful procure data. The development of the 'War on Terror' required government authorities to procure insight in another manner subsequently bringing forth the rise of 'improved cross examination' strategies, notwithstanding, the profound quality of these systems would come into inquiry as they were uncovered to general society. Psychological oppression was another danger not at all like the United States had ever experienced. Several fear-based oppressor bunches grouped together with the shared objective of devastating America which was an accomplishment that recently had never been cultivated to that scale.