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Weapons of mass destruction have a huge impact on their surroundings.
  
If those weapons are used tousands of people can die.  
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In the Second World War the USA used a weapon of mass destruction on Japan  
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In the Second World War, the [[USA]] used a weapon of mass destruction on [[Japan]].
  
The USA threw a atomic bomb on the japanese city Hiroshima.  
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The USA threw an atomic bomb on the japanese city Hiroshima.  
  
 
140 000 people died.
 
140 000 people died.
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The UNO does not want countries to own weapons of mass destruction.  
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The [[UNO]] does not want countries to own weapons of mass destruction.  
  
 
The countries that own those weapons are asked to disassemble them.
 
The countries that own those weapons are asked to disassemble them.

Latest revision as of 17:37, 6 October 2020

Weapon of mass destruction[edit | edit source]

Weapons of mass destruction have a huge impact on their surroundings.

If those weapons are used, tousands of people can die.


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similar words[edit | edit source]

ABC- weapons

atomic bomb

hydrogen bomb

detailed explanation[edit | edit source]

Example:

In the Second World War, the USA used a weapon of mass destruction on Japan.

The USA threw an atomic bomb on the japanese city Hiroshima.

140 000 people died.


ABC- weapons are weapons of mass destruction.

A stands for atomic bomb.

B stands for bacteriological. Bacteriological means including bacteria cultures.

C stands for chemical weapons.


The UNO does not want countries to own weapons of mass destruction.

The countries that own those weapons are asked to disassemble them.