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Title: Gulf War

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Subject: Wars
Author: Linsay Cron
Date: December 31, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 8 / 2184
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Reconstruction of Kuwait VI. Conclusion – When the coalition of over 30 nations was formed by President Bush to help Kuwait after it was invaded by Iraq, they had their own strategy to win. With all the different parts of the strategy put together they won the war, but with consequences to face (some good, others bad)...

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The causes of the war started with Saddam Hussein, then the Iraqi’s economic condition, and the dispute over boundaries, and finally oil. When the Iraqi’s invaded Kuwait a coalition was formed against them, which consisted of the use of many types of military strategies. When the coalition won there were casualties, the Gulf War Syndrome, and still some things to deal with in Kuwait...

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