The Determination Travels
By: Sydney Miller
They were hungry
Too many people, not enough time
The Donner Party and World War 1
The Donner Party and World War 1 are similar and different in many ways. In both times cannibalism is occurring. The Donner Party people suffered cold and starvation, so they ate themselves. In the war zone, if men were hungry and without food, they would eat each other. But, in The Donner Party they didn't have a war, like they did in World War 1.