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44 Points: Korea 1952-1953 Keith E. Stuart

44 Points: Korea 1952-1953

Keith E. Stuart

Published July 28th 2004
ISBN : 9781594532511
Paperback
147 pages
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It is always difficult for soldiers to describe the day-to-day activities of war because they are so varied. He only remembers the things that were significant to him. Feelings are also difficult to describe unless they also have impact on you.MoreIt is always difficult for soldiers to describe the day-to-day activities of war because they are so varied. He only remembers the things that were significant to him. Feelings are also difficult to describe unless they also have impact on you. Soldiers talk about their comrades in endearing terms but there is a raw truth underlying these statements. The truth is existential. The soldier must meet each new challenge by himself. Even when surrounded by others, he lives alone, endures pain and suffering alone, and he may die alone. This is the ultimate tragedy of war and what makes it inconceivable to those who never experience it.