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One weapons has a huge impact on its surroundings.
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Weapons of mass destruction have a huge impact on its 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.

Revision as of 21:39, 2 October 2020

Weapon of mass destruction

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

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


similar words

ABC- weapons

atomic bomb

hydrogen bomb

detailed explanation

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.