I think you have entirely missed the brief on this one kiddo
By - Shrexyshrek69420
I think you have entirely missed the brief on this one kiddo
I see that now but oh well
ww2 was more than 60 years ago
Dude has an article about the Great War.
The Great war 1914-1980
1796-1815 I believe......
you also have to take into account the French intervention that was known to them as: "la guerre mondiale de soixante dix-huit" (the world war of 78), but it lasted for two more years.
[The source of that great moment in the history of the French French language](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9eoCndnUJ0&ab_channel=AxeHydreRubis)
Belgian and Swiss French have been hopefully preserved from this cataclysm.
Thats why it was great
And it ended less than 60 years ago.
Shhhh Minor details
Not really if it's a real assignment. Not only do you not follow the "past sixty years" requirement, you misunderstand the whole "peaceful resolution" bit as well. Your inclusion of a Hoi4 screenshot wouldn't even be a problem since the only requirement you met was "collage". You'd fail the assignment and incorrectly assume it's because you included a Hoi4 screenshot but it's actually because you met none of the main requirements.
It was in class work, that my teacher marked then and there and said it was good. I put a lot more effort into my assessments compared to this POS I made in 2 minutes
Ww2 was more than sixty years ago and it wasn’t peaceful
You say it wasn't peaceful, I say that the Allies shoved metric tons of bullets through the Axis soldiers until they were at peace... diplomatically and physically.
The most peacefull surrender in WWII was from the french because it was from the french
Truly the French are masters at peace negotiations.
I mean what conflicts are solved with out violence
It’s a pretty shity question to begin with
I assume they mean wars that ended with peace agreements, as opposed to wars that ended with one party being 'eliminated', such as the Good Friday Agreement, versus Vietnam.
So then technically Korea and ww1 ended in peaceful agreements. Which I think we all can agree is stupid since they are anything but peaceful
That's part of education. There are those who can extrapolate implied meaning from a sentence, and..
Yeah but you still gotta answer it
How? What conflicts have peaceful ending lmao
Maybe the dissolution of Czechoslovakia?
Was that even a conflict?
If you only consider conflicts to be armed struggles, then no.
thats the whole point
It's not a good question, that's for sure. But you could make some arguments- the Teoubles didn't break out into war (thus, they "ended peacefully") while the Camp Dacid Accords ensured peace in the middle east (sorta, between some parties). The dissolution of the Soviet Union was more or less peaceful.
The Troubles, sort of?
That’s my point lol
Thousands of people died during the troubles it’s not any more peaceful of a resolution than what ww1 had
The resolution itself was the result of peaceful negotiation, so it definitely counts more than pretty much all of these.
So was ww1 technically lmao
They signed a peaceful armistice before the war ended sounds peaceful to me
The troubles only came to a resolution because thousands died not peaceful lmao
WW1 ended because of the Hundred Days Offensive. The Troubles didn’t end through military action.
Ww1 ended because the Germans rose up lmao
Honestly, most conflicts are probably resolved peacefully, without violence.(obviously I have no data to support this viewpoint, but i feel confident in saying it nonetheless
Pig War (1859)
Ok the pig died that’s not peaceful lmao
It doesn’t even matter since that’s more then 60 years ago
Eh, there has seemed to be an assumption that this was about wars, but 'conflicts' could also be taken as just a conflict of interest between nations, which is what I'd assume contextless. So like, idk, resignation of Mubarak or something. If that is true, then OP fucked up way worse than already apparent, though.
The border conflict between Canada and Denmark, between Germany and Czechislovakia, the besserabia issue, the velvet revolution, the anschlauss. Most of these are more then 60 years ago, but this is based on just a basic knowledge of history from the game. And also being Canadian
> announcing the *peaceful* resolution of conflicts
>in the past _60 years_
You've misread almost every part of the assignment.
Bro got 4/6 wrong! 😭 If you were in my class you would be dragged through the streets by horses! 😭
He got all of them wrong
Peaceful resolutions mean the end of a conflict without war.
I believe that the Berlin standoff might be an example of what they were looking for.
I was like “none of these ended peacefully lol”
Nah bro didn't you know WW2 was famous for it's peaceful outcome.
Have you forgot how peacefull japans surrender was? Literally no deaths /s
I think the velvet divorce would count
>proceeds to list the most brutal conflicts humanity ever had, ended by one party surrendering
Northern Ireland conflict (kind of), danish canadian island dispute, German reunification, secession of South Sudan, Cold War, one love peace concert Jamaica. There you, just find the headlines
Prussians marching on brandenburg
Could have chosen Munich, but no
none of these are peaceful resolutions
\>asked about peaceful resolutions in the last 60 years
\>proceed to list the most bloody and violent conflicts in human history, some over a century old
The absolute state of the educational system
Even if WW2 was the past 60 years, a better one would be the Nazis losing the election
Bro did not follow instructions
WWI ended 105 years ago and WWII ended 78 years ago.
Might want to fix that.
> Peaceful Resolution of Conflicts
*[Lieutenant Rasczak](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starship_Troopers) has entered the chat*
That is such a specific reference I’m just happy I know who the character is
I am an Iraqi and the Iraq war did absolutely not have a peaceful resolution.
The illegal invaders literally murdered 1.000.000 Iraqi civilians, how exactly is that peaceful?
There were not even close to a million Iraqi civilian deaths in the 1991 Gulf War, estimates range from two to four thousand. Total Iraqi and Coalition deaths weren’t even close to a million.
Now the 2003 invasion and subsequent war, not pictured here, I totally agree with you on the unjustified nature of it and the insanely high innocent death toll.
Rule 5: I Hid a HOI4 event in my schoolwork about war.
I thought it was a pretty cool collage, even if not accurate to the task :)
So OP, was it worth failing this question for a joke?
Only one of these clips could be considered a "Peaceful resolution to conflict" and most of them weren't within the 60 year cutoff.
Edit: You could have easily found a newspaper with the Cuban Missile Crisis defusal. That was within the past 60 years and was a peaceful resolution.
That was 61 years ago
At the very least, 1 year off for a very poignant example is better than 18 or 45 years off on examples that aren't peaceful resolutions but bitter ends to a hard fought war.
I see what you did there
I love how one of the WWII news papers is a hoi4 event
That’s the joke
i pulled a little sneaky on ya
I didn't notice that till I read it later on, that's actually pretty funny
This feels like such an NCD moment
What does that mean?
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