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The Chairman Of The Board

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  1. What's your favorite war?? Well, not really favorite, but the one that you find the most interesting and the one that you like to research the most. For me, it has to be World War 2. I really don't know why. Maybe it's Hitler or Pearl Harbor or how we kicked the nazis asses or the 2 bombs we dropped on Japan, but I find it really interesting.

    1. Blacklightning

      Blacklightning

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      or the 2 bombs we dropped on Japan, but I find it really interesting.

      Interesting in the "oh wow that's cool" sense, or interesting in the "holy shit that's morbid" sense?

    2. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      "Woow, two atomic bombs were dropped on Japan! Amazing!"

       

      World War I interests me. It's facinating when you see most nations suddenly fighting, banding together to fight who they would all believe is a common enemy. Especially because the Serbian assassination at the start was simply an excuse to say "now it's time to kick your ass". There are no enemies, just nations fighting for power.

    3. The Chairman Of The Board

      The Chairman Of The Board

      I don't think it's great. I just think it's pretty amazing. Think about it. A man made item than can demolish mile after mile after mile of anything. It's pretty amazing. But after all, it's war. They bombed Pearl Harbor. They hit us, we hit them back, harder.

    4. Shaddy Zaphod

      Shaddy Zaphod

      why would you have a favorite instance of thousands of people dying

    5. The Chairman Of The Board

      The Chairman Of The Board

      @Shaddy the guy Like I said, it's not really a favorite but one that you find interesting to research.

    6. Bowbowis

      Bowbowis

      I personally find the Cold War to be a fascinating for the sheer social and political complexity which underlies the two superpower's attempts to stay ahead of each other while being fully aware that the other that the other side could blow them to hell at a moments notice.

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    7. Kiah

      Kiah

      I don't find massive destruction and millions of innocent lives lost if not ruined among many other horrible things due to war "interesting" in the slightest. Not even to research. 

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    9. Lucid Dream

      Lucid Dream

      I think WW2 has the most important lessons with Hitler, Mussolini and Stalin around. And also the nuclear bombings and carpet bombings. A lot can be learnt to improve our future and moral compass of humanity.

      It's always good to learn about, and remember the past. To prevent history from repeating itself.

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