The War I And World War II

1946 Words May 20th, 2016 8 Pages
Human history has not been peaceful at all; there have been big mass murders, terrorist attacks, and, worst of all, wars. There were and still are wars all over the world, like in Palestine, where people are killing each other because of religion, or in Syria, where people are killing each other because of a protest against Syria’s president. These are not the only reasons that caused gigantic wars. In fact, World War I and World War II, the most horrible, bloody, and catastrophic wars in history, started because of chain reactions.
At that point of the human history, the International Community felt strongly the need to overcome all possible difficulties and fuse together into a supranational body, with a clear mandate of spreading and keeping the peace all over the world and avoid repetition of other conflicts. In this spirit, the winners of World War II, USA, Great Britain, France, USSR, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Greece, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Africa, and Yugoslavia, from April 25, 1945 to June 26, 1945, decided to invite 26 other nations to unite during the San Francisco Conference and to sign the UN charter. Without the USA, the Allies would have probably lost the war and the UN would never have been created, so America should have most of the credit for the win and for the formation of the United Nations. The President of the US, Franklin Roosevelt, the British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, and the Soviet…

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