WHY IS WAR A NECESSARY EVIL
There is no double that war is evil, human suffering in the biggest man-made disaster. It brings death and destruction, hunger and dieses, and run in its wake. If looking back to the havoc war only brings destructive effects to social and economic of this world. However, according to Richard Gabriel nations normally just customarily measure the ‘costs of war’ in dollars, lost production, or the number of soldiers killed or wounded. Rarely do military establishments attempt to measure the costs of war in terms of individual human suffering. Psychiatric breakdown remains one of the most costly items of war when expressed in human terms. During World War II, research conducted by US Army Brigadier General S.L.A. Marshall found that, on average, only 15% to 20% of American riflemen in WWII combat fired at the enemy. In 1955 years Cold War-era proxy war that occurred in Vietnam, Laos, and the Cambodia. This war is the First Indochina war and was fought between North Vietnam supported by the United States and other anti-communism allies to suppress the Party of Khmer Rouge. About 18% to 54% of Vietnam War veterans suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The Vietnam War (aka. the Second Indochina War or the American War) began on 1 November 1955 in Cold War-era proxy war that occurred in Vietnam, Laos, and the Cambodia. This war was fought between North Vietnam supported by the United States and other anti-communism allies to suppress the Party of Khmer Rouge. Khmer Rouge party for orchestrating the Cambodia genocide, this resulted from enforcement of social engineering policies. Khmer Rouge also attempts at agricultural reform led to widespread famine. President Nixon took the opportunity to launch a massive bombing campaign, called operation menu, to oppose the Communist Party refuge, in the Kampuchea and Vietnam border.
For the U.S. government viewed American involvement in the war as a way to prevent a Communist...
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