These people leave place for improvements, but sometimes vote for the change of things that are not supposed to be changed. The battle over the voting age was fought much like any other argument about laws. It was just one of many full out battles of conservatives versus liberals. For many years in the past, people have died in wars without getting a decision on their deaths through voting. The debate began in World War II, when people began to realize that hundreds of thousands of fine young men are dying, half of which don’t even have a say on whether they supported their death and the war, or they opposed the war and the sacrifice of their lives.
In 1917 Robert Borden made terrible mistakes into which caused the Country separating Conscription Crisis of 1917. When Prime Minister Borden was elected he promised that there would be no obligatory conscription applied in any event. In the beginning of the war more than 400,000 soldiers volunteered for service overseas, one in 20 of them were Québécois. The low interest of the French Canadian's vividly shown they were not interested in the war at all. By 1917 there have been very high amount of causalities; more people were dying then volunteering.
Yossarian refuses to the two corporals to fly any more missions continuing his care only for his safety. In response the two corporals devise a plan to get Yossarian grounded by lying and making him to appear as a hero. This truly illustrates how greedy these two men were. First they would do this so they could get rid of Yossarian because he was a pain to them so they would have it easier without him their. Also if they did not send him off a fake hero they would have to court martial him.
If it becomes a danger to our country and the people in our country then I think we need to intervene because we don’t want to have the people in the U.S.A to be in danger and have to go through the dangers of war in their own country. I don’t think that these soldiers deserve to go to a country to die because we are too selfish to keep our nose out of other countries business I think they deserve way better than that and should be fighting for our country not someone else.
The age to join the army was 19, but many of the soliders how wanted to fight were must younger than 18 but the British government never completed any real checks; men went to one of many medical examination places, one was at Marylebone grammer school in London, here they had a medical examination and if you past were posted of to fight. Hundred and Thousands of men sighed up in the first few months after being told it would only last till christmas and then you would come home as heroes, but it fact it lasted much longer, for four years. On the outbreak of war in August 1914, Britain had 247,432 regular troops. About 120,000 of these were in the British Expeditionary Army and the rest were stationed abroad.
Both boys were at a very young age when they were exposed to World War 1. The war was getting worse as the days went by, and the soldiers were dying quickly. The commanding officers felt it was best to convince young men to enter the war to support and fight for their country. They were not told whom they were really fighting for, or the cause. In Paul’s case, Germany was under attack from many sides, and it was best for him to head for the front lines and defend his fatherland.
This affected the number of men enlisting. People's attitudes to war depended on their experiences. Men who were fighting would have a different approach, because they experienced the poor conditions, horrific injuries and bitter weather. Many women would have had a more positive view on the war; because of the advantage they were in terms of employment. No one wanted any war like World War One to happen again.
The First World War Source A at first glance doesn't appear to tell us very much about why the war went on for as long as it did. It appears to be poem about two soldiers who met the general and shows at the end how he was responsible for their deaths in his plan of attack. The only reason it seems to show is that the generals should have been defending when they should have been defending because as it says, many men were going to die in the attack which when we look back at it, we see they only gained minimal amounts of land for thousands of lives. This, although it is a good reason for the protracted length of the war, it is not the only one stated in the poem. Looking closely at it you can see that the men had to walk up to the front line.
Even though seemingly, she was not the only parent with a son who had attempted to be sent home. The morale of soldiers in World War I was very low for several reasons, such as the tedious trench war fare, aiding in the constant loss of life with little gain, spreading feelings of futility. Any soldier must feel like if they don't find a way to get home they too, will end up dying on the battlefield. And every soldier knows that a way to be sent home from war is to be injured. "Jack tried this in "The Hero", "how he'd tried, To get sent home, and how, at last he died, blown to small bits."
First, During wars, people don’t show much value for life. This statement is expressed for example in “The Four Brothers” through this passage: “I heard one say, ‘I am ready to be killed’| I heard another one say, ‘I am ready to be killed’”(“Sandburg And World War I” 15-16). With this passage, Sandburg expresses to his readers that many soldiers lose the value of life and prefer death over living because of the harsh reality of wars. In fact, many WWI soldiers committed suicide in order to escape the life of a trench soldier (“Military Suicides, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Birth Trauma”). Secondly, soldiers are brain washed and turned into killing machines.