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A few original words to summarize the content on our page is war is filled with consequences.
There is death on both sides of the battlefront, money get's blown on stupid things, ammunition and missles.
The only real benefit of fighting war is the end of it, after everything is settled.
Our awsomely wonderful Consequences of War definition is: "War is inevidible. Past, present, future,
war is going to be the only way to settle issues. Until we all unite, which is probably going to be never,
we should keep stocking our missles."
What does this definition have to do with the consequences of war?

Poetry: Almost as long as there has been life, war has been a part of it.
Mankind continues to wage war even though the consequences often breed nothing but misery.
However, when a person is called to defend his or her country, or protect other defenseless people, it is his duty to fight.
There is no question that there is evil in the world and we must not rest on our laurels and say it is none of our business.
We cannot stand by and watch while others are being persecuted.
It is the duty of mankind to uphold justice.

  • The poem above is related to the consequences of war. It talks about how when there is war, the only outcome is misery. "If you want peace, prepare for war."

- The cruel nature of war affects everyone. Innocent people have to suffer the consequences of decisions that may have not been their choice to begin with. -What is this from?

Effects of War:
Many people who have witnessed war, or have been involved in war, have PTSD. It is a mental disorder that occurs because of a traumatic event. "I remember the first rape victim I talked to, she was willing to talk - but it was impossible for her to talk about what happened to her. She could not stop shaking. It then occured to me that for the first time, her story was precisely in what she could not say."
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War in Films:
In the movie, The Boy In the Striped Pajamas, the main character Bruno wants to befriend a boy who is about to be exterminated in a camp for Jews during World War II. He faces the consequences of what is happening in the world, even though he is just a boy.


http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/video/lieberman-warns-of-consequences-in-iraq/6qtsvbd - Consequences of Iraq
Foer, Jonathan. Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2006.
If you are going to include all of your source links at the bottom of the page, please do so using MLA citation format so that your reader knows what you are citing.

You did include a summary and analysis of your topic, but it doesn't adequately tie together all the material on your wiki. How does your definition of what it means to be a soldier change when you take into account the different points of view shown through each of your books as well as the perspectives demonstrated through everything else you have added to this page?

And, where are your book quotes? There is A LOT missing from this page!