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Scale of Destruction During the Second World War Created a Great Revulsion for War and a Passionate Yearning for Peace. in this Context the Basic Rights Or the Four Freedoms Guaranteed by the Charter - History and Civics

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Answer the following question briefly:

The magnitude and scale of destruction during the Second World War created a great revulsion for war and a passionate yearning for peace. In this context the basic rights or the four freedoms guaranteed by the charter.

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Solution

It was agreed that when the war ended, humans must be guaranteed the basic rights or the four freedoms. The basic rights included:

  1. freedom from want
  2. freedom of speech
  3.  freedom of religious belief
  4.  freedom from fear
Concept: United Nations: Aims and Principles
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