Expository Essay (Compare and Contrast)

             Imagine that you and family lives in Washington D.C. and out of nowhere you heard an air raid siren. Before you can even have time to think you see a flash coming out the sky, then ten milliseconds later the deafening roar of a sonic boom. After that all you feel is intense heat and see fire all around you. The fire is 10,000°C and spreads out in a 20 mile radius destroy everything in it’s path. Washington D.C has been completely wiped of the map. That is what would happen if an U.S. enemy launched a nuclear weapon at D.C. That is what could happen during war. War is a conflict carried on by force of arms, as between nations or between two parties within a nation; warfare; as by land, sea, or air
             On July 28, 1914 Austria declared war on Serbia because of the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinad by a Serbian nationalist. Because of countless allies on both sides, other counties were forced into this war. What was seemingly a simple problem between two countries turned into what is known as World War I, also called The Great War. It started in 1914 and ended on November 11, 1981 when Germany surrendered. In end 10 million people were, 21 million wounded, and another 7.7 million missing
             September 1, 1939 Germany invaded Poland and two days later France and Britain declared war on Germany. Two years later On December 7, 1941 the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor pulling the United States into WW II. For the second time the entire world was engulfed in war. World War II started out as a one sided campaign. Germany was moving from country to country in both directions and taking over everyone in the way. By 1941 Germany controlled all of Europe, except of one small country named Great Britain. The turning point in the war came on June 6, 1944 when the Allies launched an assault called D-Day. On May 7, 1945 Germany had finally had enough and surrendered. Although Germany surrendered, the U.S. and Japan were still at war...

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