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The end of the First World War left those on both sides tired bitter and disillusioned with the war itself For the Americans who had no wish to go in the first place the effect of the death toll would weigh heavily upon their souls The German soldiers on the other hand were bitter and angry by the outcome of the war feeling they were forced to surrender against their will by their government These details will play a major role in the long road toward the Second World War Americans in the aftermath of the war had no wish to enter into another and openly expressed their views about how they felt Many did view going to war and doing their duty by serving their country as the honorable thing to do Nobody was planning on it being so horrible though Patriotism had a positive flare to it but they were starting to consider the negative aspects Was being patriotic worth it There were many who were starting to think that it was not worth the risk of losing their life The reality of those who decided to go to war and then those who actually had to fight the war was becoming noticed The novel Johnny Got His Gun written by Dalton Trumbo right before the start of the Second World War brought these thoughts out in the open for all to view The nation suddenly sat up and took notice of what actually happens to a young man in wartime Those who did the fighting were trying to decide what was worth fighting for Was a word something the soldier could not see and touch worth dying for Those who read the novel did not think so and would protest the coming of war refusing to participate On the other side was the German Freikorp a hungry group of young men who considered war to be their destiny These men were bitter
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