A 20th century guide to American war

 

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6 thoughts on “A 20th century guide to American war

  1. I really like this flow chart and I think it is very creative. It is not only informative, but also entertaining. You did a great job of conveying the main points of your topic in a clever way. Great job!

    • The flow chart is really nice and would answer questions for someone who did not study the 20th century. It is very informative and very well made.

  2. This is very enlightening and doesn’t make you feel like you’re wasting your time reading it because it is well laid out and easy to follow. You definitely worked hard on this. Good job.

  3. I enjoyed the references to wars that we either were successful in or not successful in and the conclusions made from them are well done. The humor adds some light to what would otherwise have been a dark and sad post about the lessons from war. I thought the post was accurate and well done.

  4. I like how this shows how America can be too nervous of stuff that happens and how we act to like we’re the sole leaders of the world. Good job!

  5. I thrive off the sarcasm in this flowchart. It is wonderfully made, streamlined, and informative about the crisis of war during the early 20th century.

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