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Bernadette Khakina Mrs. Madden 7th period 11 March 2015 Prompt: Compare and contrast the reasons for WWI and WWII. War has always been inevitable to human life and the growth of every country in the world. There various reasons as to why wars have always occurred including: fighting for independence, gaining power, some because they were allied with a country at war. Whatever the reason, war has left such a great influence on the history of today. Plenty of wars have occurred, but the two most important and brutal wars were WWI and WWII. These wars have some of their differences and similarities as to why it occurred and its outcome.

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