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“You may not be interested in war, but war is interested in you ”

  • Posted on February 9, 2023
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  • By Akta Yadav
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Amidst the brewing crisis that could lead to a potential World War III, Britain is facing a daunting reality, just like in 1938 before the Second World War. Much like Hitler's rampage across Europe, Britain's Armed Forces were found to be insufficiently equipped then, and the same may hold true today. To achieve global peace and prevent a potential third World War, Britain must be prepared for war and modernize its military. war Vladimir Putin's ongoing war in Europe serves as a haunting parallel to Hitler's actions leading up to the Second World War. As Leon Trotsky famously said, "You may not be interested in war, but war is interested in you". Britain must learn from history and respond, much like it did in 1937 when it started rearming in anticipation of the impending war. The build-up of Putin's forces, much like Hitler's, may result in years of defeats unless Britain increases its defense spending and invests in modernizing its military. In 1990, the British Army had 165,000 regular soldiers and 800 tanks, compared to today's reduced number of 79,000 soldiers and 227 Challenger 2 tanks, with only a few dozen ready for battle. The country's formidable fleet of Warriors is set to be replaced by an unarmed troop carrier, which raises concerns about Britain's readiness for a potential World War III. The director of the National Army Museum warns that Britain's underinvestment, much like in the 1930s, nearly cost it the last war and must change to avoid another tumultuous period. The ongoing conflict in Ukraine serves as a reminder of the importance of ground combat in modern warfare. Artillery, tanks, infantry, and armored vehicles remain essential components in any war, and Britain must ensure its military is equipped with the necessary tools to fight. The search for a silver bullet in warfare has always been a part of human history, but at its core, war remains a battle fought on the ground between people and armies. The urgency to have trained troops, good armor, and guns cannot be overstated in the pursuit of global peace. war In conclusion, history shows that Britain must respond and increase its defense spending, much like it did in the 1930s, to avoid another tumultuous period and ensure it is prepared for a potential World War III. The parallels between Putin's invasion of Ukraine and Hitler's annexation of the Sudetenland are chilling, and Britain must learn from history to prevent a third World War and maintain global peace. For more updates keep visiting our website www.topstoriesworld.com where we provide unbiased, true and top stories of the world.
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