Studs Terkel, in his illuminating history of World War II, The Good War, interviewed a graying veteran, who, like most of his compatriots, recalled the powerful influence that the war had on his life. “World War II has affected me in many ways ever since. In a short period of time, I had the most tremendous experiences of all of life: of fear, of jubilance, of misery, of hope, of comradeship, and of endless excitement. I honestly feel grateful for having been a witness to an event as monumental as anything in history and, in a very small way, a participant.”...
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