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The Great Wall of China: Did the Benefits Outweigh the costs

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The Great Wall of China: Did the Benefits Outweigh the costs?
Document D
Introduction
DOC F: Poem From a Han soldier
From my perpcetive, the cost outweigh the benifits buliding the wall. because they send generals and officals together. Arrcording in document B
By Osvaldo Rojas
The great wall china is often as one the man-made wonders of the world.It was built over a 2,000 year period and GPS satellites have measured its various sections to be 5,488 miles long. Such a wall did not come cheap in terms of lives lost and time and money spent. This mini-Q focuses on two of the early chinese wall- buliding dynasties, the Qin ( ''chin'': 221- 206 BCE ) and the Han ( 206 BCE-220 Ce ). IT was all the effort was worth it.
Document E
I think, that the cost outweigh the benefits because many soldiers and peasants died. from the Qin Dynasty and Han Dyanasty. According in Document E " Soldiers were ordered to work on the wall for two or five years. Convict labors sent to do much work. Also Soldiers were forced to leave their families and villages for several years."
Document B
From my perpcetive, the cost outweigh the benifits buliding the wall. because they send generals and officals together. Arrcording in document B the cost outweigh the benifit because many people die. in document b chao cuo send the letter to the Xiongnu
Conclusion
i think that The Han era began in other periods in chinese history. Wu Di, the sixth emperor of the han dynasty, established a peaceful relations with the nomadic Xiongnu people of the north only after conquering them. But once this had been accomplish, Wu Di used the wall to aid in expanding china influence in the world through trade with other nations. He extended the walls end which it was not finsh buliding the wall.
From my perpcetive, the cost outweigh the benifits buliding the wall. because they send generals and officals together. Arrcording in document B the cost outweigh the benifit because many people die. in document b chao cuo send the letter to the Xiongnu. The benifits outweigh the cost because the great wall of china was the cost because people died from being build and the people were upsent about the people died from great wall from being contruted and the people shoudent bulid the wall is should be the Qin that were able to bulid it so qin were very crul that the qin made the idea about the great wall of china.
Document C
I think that the mongos were the ones that were givien. the amount of slik is made the more they were given the more they make resourecs they used evey day.
Document A
i think that the great wall of china was bulid all the way to the taklimkan desert to build the great wall of china and to be finsed at the dersert.
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