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Second a Day Video Shows What War Really Does [VIDEO]

SaveTheChildrenUK via YouTube

This short video, shot as if a young girl took one second’s worth of footage every day for a year of her life, shows the real world effects of war. The message for this video is to make us all think about what is happening to the children around the world leading quite different lives than our own. 

Though war is sometimes and inevitable thing, the effects are not always thought through all the way. What happens to the children? Save the Children would like us all to take a second to think about this.

Their emotion video shows one girl’s fictional life as if she was thrown into a life of war. The effects will break your heart and get you to thinking.

 

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