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Half of men in my family died in this damned war…Every great-grandfather that i have was a soldier then, and couple of younger great-great-grandfathers too. It wasn’t uncommon for fathers, sons and brothers to serve shoulder to shoulder and then perish in the one same charge. Sometimes i’m bothered by the thoughts that we’re not worth enough of them, that we should have done so much more for this country since then, simply because of the sanctity of their collective sacrifice.
A parent is always a parent
How hard were those guys, ol’boy is sleeping on a gate and not even the flattest side either and I’m over here pissing and moaning about my pillow not being soft enough
We must never forget the sacrifices all families made on this and every day. May all the generations of deaths rest in blissfull sleep. Pass down your stories as accurate as possible to all your children, nieces, and nephew’s. and thank you for sharing your loss. people tend to forget war is ugly. they must never be forgotten for their heroic bravery.
How common was it for people to visit family on the front lines?
Should cross post to /r/wwi or /r/thegreatwarchannel
I take back my earlier complaint about my seat cushion getting too flat.
Every 3rd Serbian male died in this war 4th of entire population.
Fuck man… do you see what they’re wearing on their feet?