Top Ten Favorite Wars In HistoryMy favorite Wars. I don't approve of wars, I just like to study them.
The Top Ten
Other than that war its just death.
War is death.
The sheer impact and scale of it is amazing. It is one of the closest to fiction wars out there; last dictators vs democracy. The Pacific theatre is probably my favourite due to the naval warfare there.
Probably the deadliest war on earth. I hope we won't have a WWI anytime soon! - Alpha101
This war made the United States and Soviet Russia into world powers enough said.
A really dangerous war! - Alpha101
It's ok. Not really interesting. - Alpha101
Over 900,000,000 soldiers died in WW1
Really cool to study. My favorite president is A Lincoln. - Alpha101
The BEST WAR. Revolutionary is second, world wars are third.
It made the US a world superpower.
The south should have have won this war
Been going on for too long. Need to get our troops back home. - Alpha101
We're still in it right now. I hope every terrist gets what he deserves! - Alpha101
Considering that the U.S. is the only country to win it's independence from Britain by war. This in my mind would be the biggest upset in world history. Just the fact that they won is an entity in it self. - westofohio
It made us free an helped Peale with more than a mill
There was a lot of things going on in this war. I loved studying this way. Very interesting. - funnyuser
If it weren't for us winning that war, we would be slaves to China right now. Be thankfull for what you have. - Alpha101
I have a game on this. - Alpha101
A classic moment of history. - Alpha101
At the edge of World War 3, the Cuban missile crisis, and hundreds of nukes... Scary as heck
This one was cool because it was a war fought with words and not weapons
Gosh, not really nth: it was meant to be and yet a WW3...!
It happens to be the greatest,...that's not fair at all!
Just awesome. Napoleon got what was coming to him. - Bturlik
Nobody knows but me and Vietnam about this war lol :D
Australia lost to a bunch of emus. - Whywhat
End of the armoured knight and revolution in combat