Weapons Essays

Development of English Weapons

Back in history, human beings used hunting by products such as craws, horns and animal teeth as weapon. As human being developed, he started to use axes made of stone as a weapon both for personal protection and for hunting. More development and civilization led to the development of weapons such as the wooden clubs, unshaped stones for throwing at the enemies and spears for both hunting and fighting. By then, human beings used to make wooden spears for hunting…

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It Is Very Easy to Get Weapons

If there is one thing that has played a vast role in changing the global history it has to be the use of weapons. The media has portrayed several cases of homicide. Weapons, pistols, semi automatic shot guns have been used a lot in murder cases and the major intriguing question is how easy it is to buy a weapon and commit such barbarous acts. There have been several cases of the sought in WA. There is no person who…

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Create Nuclear Weapons

Since the late 1940s, when the technology to create nuclear weapons was developed and successfully used by the U. S. and tested by the U. S. S. R, the question for developing nations like India became whether or not to embrace nuclear weapons and add them to the nation’s arsenal. From that period into the 1960s, Indian Prime Minister Nehru held the mindset that India should remain on the sidelines of the nuclear revolution, and that the nuclear arms race…

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Convention on Prohibition of Biological Weapons

The ‘Biological Weapons Convention’ (BWC, for short) is an international treaty aimed at stopping the production and use of biological agents that multiply the diseases among people. This treaty is officially termed as the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction. It came into effect in 1975, and by 2000, nearly 150 nations had signed the treaty. By virtue of clauses of the treaty, countries have been…

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