For nearly a century, the French have prohibited entry into an area of more than 460 square miles because there is an almost impossible amount of ammunition and dead bodies to recover from the battlefield’s of World War One. The area is called “Zone Rouge”, and much of it is still off limits.
In 1941, more than three million cars were manufactured in the United States. Only 139 more were made during the entire war. By the end of the war, more than half of all industrial production in the world would take place in the United States.
In 2006 a man burned himself alive in opposition to the war in Iraq. It was never reported on major networks.
Ants wage war in remarkably similar way to humans.
The first Canadian casualties in Afghanistan after 9/11 were caused by an American F-16 dropping a bomb on a Canadian military exercise.
When Canada loses a soldier in Afghanistan, thousands of Canadians line the bridges along the Highway of Heroes in a show of compassion; hoping there won’t be a reason to return to the bridges again.
The US invaded Guatemala in 1954 and deposed democratically elected President Jacobo Árbenz Guzmán for the benefit of an American fruit company.