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Justifications of WW1
Countless wars waged have been waged throughout the course of human existence that have killed millions of people. Two World Wars alone can account for a fair share of double-digit slayings. At any given time there may be numerous smaller wars being waged through out the world and given the enormous loss in human life, the issue arises as to whether, and under what conditions is war justifiable.
Justifying the atrocities of war is an arduous task because there seems to be only one ethical and moral justification available in defense for an act of war: one must show that the alternatives…
- Justifications of WW1
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