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Tag Archives: War

  • The Rules of War

    Soldiers firing guns

    It has long been humans natural instinct to solve conflict with violence. And unfortunately, that conflict isn’t always a true threat. That being said, since the beginning, others have desperately tried to limit the damage and hurt war inflicts, and it was with this humanitarian spirit that the Geneva Convention was created. Continue reading

  • Military Heroes: Sir Winston Churchill

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    In the second instalment of our Military Heroes series, we take a look at the life of Sir Winston Churchill. Although Churchill had been deployed to countries across the world, including Belgium, Sudan, Cuba and India, both serving on the front line and observing as a journalist, this is not what he is most commonly known for. Instead, he is famed for his heroic speeches and brave decisions as Prime Minister during WWII. In this article, we take a look at his early life and the road that led him to become one of the UK’s most renowned war time heroes.

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  • Interesting World War II Facts

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    World War II is one of, is not the most devastating conflicts ever to happen in the history of humanity. People from across the globe were affected by the events that occured between the years of 1939 – 1945, and we can only hope that something like this will never happen again. The war also shaped the modern world as we know it, allowing us our security, prosperity and, most importantly, our freedom. It’s important that we remember the importance of the conflict and those who served for their countries. We’ve looked back into our history books and put together a list of facts, that you may not already know, from those six years; perhaps as a starting point for you to explore the conflict in more detail and to fully understand its world-altering ramifications.

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