Political Revolutions

A political revolution is an upheaval to a government, in which the government changes or alters. There are many political revolutions in history. 3 examples of political revolutions are: the French and Indian War, World War 2 and the Hunger Games.

French and Indian War

The French and Indian War was a major battle fought between the French and Britain. This war is also known as the Seven Years War. France's expansion into the Ohio River valley led to the conflict between them and Britain. During 1754 and 1755, the French defeated the young George Washington.
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Hunger Games

In the Hunger Games the citizens tried to overthrow the government. The government won and as a punishment the districts had to send 2 people from each district to fight in a game of survival. Katniss tries to crumble the government because President Snow is acting like a dictator. Although many lives were lost nobody sees the games as they once was.
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World War 2

World War 2 was sparked when Hitler invaded Poland in 1939. This war lasted 6 years and ended when Nazi Germany and Japan was defeated in 1945. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7,1941, Franklin D. Roosevelt entered America into the world war. America won the Battle of Midway in June 1942, which turned out to be a turning point in the war.
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World War 2 Explanation

During World War 2 many lives were lost because of Hitler's invasion of Poland. Once he invaded a world war would soon break out. Great Britain and France would declare war on Germany first causing the first step to a world war. The soviets had made a deal with Germany in which the soviets would help Germany take control over Poland. German planes bombed Britain all throughout 1940, including night raids on London.

Comparison between costs and benefits

In political revolutions there are some costs and benefits. Some benefits of a political revolution is that governments can be changed in a good way, they can bring people closer together, and they can help the nation become stronger. Some costs of a political revolution is that they can end with countless numbers of lives lost, the government could turn into a dictatorship or a bad government, and a political revolution can cost a country more than money.