World War One Day Character Analysis

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Quote: “You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it”.
Margaret Thatcher (first female British prime minister, 1925-2013)

In order to win any fight, battle or war, it may have to be fought more than once. It may even have to be fought more than two, three or four times. Not all fights can ever just end with one fight, they may take several fights whether they take days, weeks, months, or even years. This is because all battles are not the same. Some battles do not end quickly because when one side is attacked, the other side will respond with the same force they are attacked with, and each side will give their effort to win because that is the importance of winning, as long as you continue fighting and not giving up, it may take one baby step at a time or one humongous step. Throughout history, there are many notorious battles that are remembered even now and those battles will always be remembered because they made not only have they made history, but importance and meaning.

One example is the Civil War, the famous war between the North of the U.S and the South, mainly focusing over the slavery of
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The U.S, Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Japan took part in this four year war, sending thousands, upon thousands of people to risk their lives for their country. In this horrific war, over sixty million people died (more than the Civil War), which was about three percent of the world's population at the time. Some of the famous battles of World War Two are the battle of Iwo Jima, the battle of the bulge, the battle of stalingrad, pearl harbor, the battle of berlin and the battle of el alamein, each battle which ended in bloodshed and death. World War Two’s information and example of bravery (from the soldiers) is another magnificent example of Margaret Thatcher’s
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