A war brought home is a war-by any major definition- started overseas that has been controlled there, has brought forth attacks on home soil. These attacks are not always physical. They usualy destroy the morale, and indifferance the opposition has felt.

The war brought home is often the beggining of the end for that war in terms of the attacked country.
9-11 was a war brought home for the united states.

Hiroshima and Nagasaki were a war brought home.


The German invasion of the USSR was a war brought home for Stalin.


The realisation that machines could work faster than people in mass production was a war brought home for manual workers.
by Kung-Fu Jesus April 28, 2004
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