War is a state of armed conflict between states and non state actors .many wars have been fought up till now.The circumstances and reasons may differ from one another but the extreme collective aggression, destruction, and usually high mortality remains same in every war.The intensity of destruction too vary from one another like The deadliest war in history, in terms of the cumulative number of deaths since its start, is the second world war, with 60–85 million deaths, followed by the Mongol conquests.Proportionally speaking, the most destructive war in modern history is the War of the Triple Alliance, which took the lives of over 60% of Paraguay's population.
The question arises does anyone really win the war? answer to this question differs from person to person, maybe yes ,to some spectators of war,but definitely no ,for those who are part of the war because they have lost something in the war.some of them have lost their friends ,husbands, sons,fathers,brothers and so on, the list is never ending .even the nation loses their brave fighters .so in a way whether you win the war or not you are definitely losing something in the war.
Then why wars are fought and if we are losing something even after winning the war then whats the sense of fighting ? some scholars see warfare as a universal and ancestral aspect of human nature, others argue that it is only a result of specific socio-cultural or ecological circumstances.reasons and logic of warfare could be many but when war starts its inevitable.THE prime responsibility in any war was put on the shoulders of their soldiers and These brave soldiers gloriously fought these battles and sacrifice their today for our tomorrow .surely we do lose something in the war but these men earn something which is worth of their sacrifice," respect and pride" for their heroism ,patriotism and bravery in the battle field .