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Morale The Strongest Weapon In a War Morale is defined as an attitude towards something and thats exactly what it is We need Morale during a war to get our soldiers to fight their best Take the last two words of that sentence their best People may not think that words and feelings have any place in a war but I think it is extremely crucial You need to believe in victory Many people quit because they want to be good but it just wont happen Same thing for the soldiers Why do they want to fight this war What difference does this make These pondering questions plague a soldier in and out of battle What will he die for Ill tell you The soldier will not fight at all if he has no reason to HeShe does not believe in victory Now give himher a reason Give himher hope Tell the soldiers that they can win this battle for their country Does this really work you ask Has propoganda ever really affected a war and a human beings feelings Yes During the Battle of Stalingrad the Soviets did not believe in victory They did not want to be in this war they thought it was ridiculous How could they win against the more advanced Germans When the Germans poured into the city the Soviets and the Germans fought- and both sides had many casualties One man Vassilli Zaitsev changed the tide of the war This sharp-shooter can single-handedly take out various enemy soldiers with his sniper rifle After word got out of this young Russian people started to believe in victory They said Yes we can do it The Germans responded by sending in Koenings a teacher of a German sniper school The dual went on until Vassilli killed Koenings which in turn enraged the Germans and excited the Soviets They can win this battle and they did The techniques they
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