The Persian Gulf War Children at War By: Chase Davis

The Persian Gulf War was a crazy war in which Iraq invaded Kuwait in July of 1990. One of the main problems were the affects on the children. Children were deeply affected because of the violence and guns. Many children started using guns and fighting. Most kids did not have a good education and did not do well later. That led to corruption in the kids and drafting and guns. Therefore children were deeply affected.

Many refugees lived in caves and had little to no food supply and not many clothes.

In conclusion many children had no education during this time and had no home or structures to live in. This causes no education in the homes which leads to corruption. Many people are still struggling today because of gulf war. Gulf War Syndrome is when the war is still affecting people. In conclusion the gulf war is still affecting people ( kids) today.

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