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The United Nations is an Industrial Age Wonder.

The United Nations (UN) was built as a way to unite the nations of the world after World War II. The UN is an international organization, meaning that it is involved with multiple countries, but it does not take away any of the sovereignty of its member nations.




  • The 'original' United Nations was the League of Nations. The League of Nations did not work, hence its not being in existence today.
  • The UN is similar to the European Union (EU), but the EU is a supranational organization, meaning it can take away some of the sovereignty of its member nations. Because of this, the EU can force some of its members to do something that may hurt their countries, but help the union as a whole.

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