War and Peru

Sometimes, humans are forced to act upon instinct.

This, and our ability to think things through allowed us to create mighty empires, vast monuments, and even life-prolonging medicine.

But have you ever thought about the impact war has had on humanity?

If you analyze the past, the Romans (an exemplary civilization until today) waged war to gather slaves and wealth and used war to expand their territory into one of the largest empires the world has ever seen.

Spain, in its golden age, built an empire from its lust for gold and territory, its massive fleet of ships would make enemies fall to their knees, violently conquering most of South America.

And in more recent events, Hitler shaped a battered Germany into an economic superpower, while starting a new world war.

And all these civilizations have somewhat shaped or changed the world as a whole. The closest example I can think of is Peru.

For starters, Peru has a senate in the form of a congress, which is based on the Ancient Roman senate.

Spain is the country which came to Peru and took over the Inca territory, and most of South America. They changed the language, and they changed the country’s religion.

Hitler was responsible for the second world war. Even though Peru did not really participate in the war, it took refugees from all over the world.

In conclusion, war shapes countries in one way or another. In these particular cases, Peru has become what it is today because of everything that has transpired around the globe.

In conclusion, war shapes countries in one way or another. In these particular cases, Peru has become what it is today because of everything that has transpired around the globe.

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