The battle of Solferino occurred on June 24, 1859 (The Battle of Solferino). French and Austrian soldiers were pitted against each other in a cacophony of blood and bullets. Three hundred thousand men were slaughtered in the combat, and the number of wounded vastly outnumbered the number of doctors and medics in place to heal others. There were not enough supplies for the nine thousand wounded me to survive at Solferino, they were moved to a nearby town; even there they were not able to get enough medical attention for survival to be possible in the case of most. A man by the name of Henry Durant witnessed the aftermath of the battle. He arranged an international agreement of wa...
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..., and without them people would be defenseless against the activities of criminals. Evil can be stopped by the actions of good, but good would never have the examples from which to take the lessons without evil, thus evil is necessary for humanity to grow as a species, and a culture.
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