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War is a state of armed conflict between societies. It is generally characterized by extreme aggression, destruction, and mortality, using regular or irregular military forces. An absence of war is usually called "peace". Warfare refers to the common activities and characteristics of types of war, or of wars in general. Total war is warfare that is not restricted to purely legitimate military targets, and can result in massive civilian or other non-combatant casualties.
While some scholars see war as a universal and ancestral aspect of human nature, others argue it is a result of specific socio-cultural or ecological circumstances.
The deadliest war in history, in terms of the cumulative number of deaths since its start, is the Second World War, from 1939 to 1945, with 60–85 million deaths, followed by the Mongol conquests which was greater than 41 million. As concerns a belligerent's losses in proportion to its prewar population, the most destructive war in modern history may have been the Paraguayan War (see Paraguayan War casualties). In 2013 war resulted in 31,000 deaths, down from 72,000 deaths in 1990. In 2003, Richard Smalley identified war as the sixth (of ten) biggest problem facing humanity for the next fifty years. War usually results in significant deterioration of infrastructure and the ecosystem, a decrease in social spending, famine, large-scale emigration from the war zone, and often the mistreatment of prisoners of war or civilians. For instance, of the nine million people who were on the territory of Soviet Belarus in 1941, some 1.6 million were killed by the Germans in actions away from battlefields, including about 700,000 prisoners of war, 500,000 Jews, and 320,000 people counted as partisans (the vast majority of whom were unarmed civilians). Another byproduct of some wars is the prevalence of propaganda by some or all parties in the conflict, and increased revenues by weapons manufacturers.
This is a collection of bullets that are approximately 160 years old. These were collected on the civil war battleground of the western theater (see the label for more info). I’d like to get 150$ obo for the collection. this collection was something my dad used to display at gun shows when he...
Jocko Willink’s interview with a former green beret who served in MAC-V SOG. The CAR15/XM177, among other firearms, play a prominent role.
I haven’t listened to chapter two yet but expect it to be every bit as interesting.
This is an interesting analysis to watch (52 minutes long but worth the watch). I would like to believe that most of this would be true but not sure things would play out this way. In my view, the determining factor would be at what point in time would a civil war "start"?
After all guns are...
War Veteran Stabbed to Death on Appalachian Trail Was Hiking to Overcome PTSD
My better half and I we hike a lot and normally only I am the one who is packing.
Now she is going to carry on hikes as well.
On Friday, May 3rd, the Sheriff’s Office responded to the report of the theft of a war memorial cannon. The cannon was taken from a Vietnam War memorial at a prrivate residence in South Salem.
The victim, a local Vietnam War veteran, assembled this memorial to honor their family and friends who...
I have this .58 caliber Springfield, and want some help. There is a K 10 behind the hammer and it is stamped 1864. Anyone know of a regiment that this may have come from?
Had it a long time and figured this may be the place to get an answer. Thanks in advance.
or insurrection ...
I know, some guys were very accurate with their muskets. 200 yds. But not MOST. Given a militia, which would be the better arm?
‘New Chapter’ in Space Exploration as China Reaches Far Side of the Moon
I channelled Alex Jones for the title.
China is claiming to have landed a probe on the dark side of the moon. Where the alien cities are supposed to be. We are doomed. :oops: :rolleyes:
Large Engineering box from the WWII/Korean War area. I received it from the original owner. Solid condition with easy to read markings, good fixtures, and solid wood. No damage beyond being 70 years old. A great piece of history or storage container. 40" L x 30" W x 11" T
So, since it is December 7th, and the fact I was engaging in system test cycles so standard/routine I can do them in my sleep, I watched/listened to a bunch of Pearl Harbor related documentaries today. I avoided the bullplop ones, but focused on ones done by real historians. Most of the...
I know nothing about MilSurp rifles, and actually have never shot any rifle except a 22.
But I'd like to join in the fun at my club's Military Match Shoot.
The requirements are only: "World War I era bolt gun, in an issued condition".
What should I look for?
Don't need a collectable...
S.Africa 'close to war zone' with 57 murders a day: minister
South Africa's murder rate rose again last year, official statistics showed Tuesday, with over 20,000 killed across the country -- about 57 a day
pop is about 57 million
South Africa - Wikipedia