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Modern American Wars
WarAmerica has, since her entrance into the "War to End all Wars" (World War I) become involved in more and more wars, both declared and undeclared. Each war has become more and more costly in lives, stability and material. Many of the nations of the world now have the capacity to disrupt civil discord, economies, food supplies, biological systems, computers, political processes, social cohesion, environments, water supplies, air quality, communication, transportation, not in localized areas but on a world wide scale. We have entered an era in which we can litterally end life on this planet as we know it. 
Online Books
Modern Irregular Warfare, in Defense Policy and as a Military Phenomenon

The Making of Modern America: The Nation from 1945 to the Present

by Gary A. Donaldson
Death in Wars & Conflicts in the 20th Century
Research Tools
Maps Documents Technology of War Necrometrics-Statistics
CIA Yale Database US Defense Dept
Articles Homeland Security
Online Resources
PBS World History ThoughtCo 20th Century Atlas
NPR Military History Wikipedia 20th century  Wikipedia Military History
Strategic Studies Inst. A History of Violence Essay by by Steven Pinker
Spanish American War World War I World War II Cold War Korea
Spanish American World War I  World War II Cold War Korea
Vietnam Gulf Wars Afghanistan Terrorism War
Vietnam Gulf War Afghanistan Terrorism War