Many people died, in the cause of this war. Militarism was the main cause but alliance,and imperialism was also the cause. Militarism was the main cause of the horrifying large war. So “What was the Underlying Cause of World War I?” all four, but militarism was the main
The allies were Russia, France, and Great Britain (Doc A). The control power countries are Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Turkey. In 1915 Italy switched sides, hurting France and Russia. The countries started pointing fingers for war. Another underlying cause is militarism.
Soldiers were fighting in trenches, and they died there as if the trench itself became their grave. It was a war where many great nations were involved, the U.S., Great Britain, France, Germany, etc. This war was not like previous wars where they used swords or horses. Soldiers were shooting each other with more advance guns, throwing grenades, and also used chemical warfare. We had lost so many soldiers.
t get afraid. Courage means you don\\\'t let fear stop you”-Bethany Hamilton this quote represents people in war they are always afraid but it never stops them. Courage of the Fallen Angels For some people in war they they just follow and for some people they are the leaders but some are the ones that see their buddy fall right next to them and are to scared to run back and save him they just follow. But for the people that show courage the ones that doesn\\\'t let fear stop them they are the heroes the ones that take more risks to save a buddy from being killed. In the book Fallen Angels Peewee shows that kind of courage.
Not wanting their men falling over dead without even being in battle, generals decided to try different tactics and variations to try take land quicker through trench warfare. They used a guerillastyle type of technique in which the land in between both armies, endorsed with the name No Man’s Land, would be sprinted through in order to get into the enemy’s trench, and then would kill as many enemies as possible. During this, they’d also try to destroy as much of the bunker as they could, and then would sprint back over to the ‘safety’ of their own trench. It was a petty way of fighting, and many good men died because of this brutal fighting type.
Tim imagined how much of a great life or how he may have lived his life up until the day that he was killed by Tim O’Brien. Tim felt both the responsibility and guilt of the person that he killed while saving his own life in the process. Seeing a body as it is lying down in front of you nearly dying and there is not a chance of saving them could leave a scaring memory that would never go away all due to the fact that it happened right in front of your eyes and mostly because of you. Tim may have tried to forget or not think of what had happened but the death of someone usually never goes away and is somehow always a lingering memory that could not be
War and death go together like lightning and thunder. With one comes the other. Each death impacts the soldiers who are left behind. Some of the deaths include Lavender, Kiowa, love, and distractions. Ted Lavender is killed outside of Than Khe, this is one of the first deaths, and it
Reading Seymour Hersh 's article, there is a ditch in the village of My Lai. Crowded with dead bodies, dozens of women, old people and children by the American soldiers. Those people fighting in armed conflict. I feel like every war in the past and every war in the future is all the same, but if war resulted in peace now it would be better after hundreds years of death and wars. The crazy part of the war is that people went and made the same mistake over and over again.
During war, as seen in We Were Soldiers a soldier can see some very disturbing things. It is these things, such as seeing a close friend get shot, killed or blown up that can cause severe mental trauma. The way the American soldiers always took care of their own, while heroic, was costly. The American motto is “No man left behind”, this means that no matter what shape the soldier is in, his body will not be left where he died. Seeing someone get shot, and then trying to recover him while being shot at, or holding the injured soldier as he’s bleeding to death, will cause the memories to be ingrained in a soldier 's mind for the rest of his life.
Imperialism has affected the world in various ways. Imperialism has many benefits that we still use today. The world wouldn't be as advanced today if it weren't for spread of technology, healthcare, and language. One example is that health care got deadly diseases under control. With language spread, more cultures were influenced.