They feel like no one understands what they have been through when they return home. Veterans also tend to stay in combat mode even after the war ends, which could lead to violent behavior at home. War veterans are misunderstood when they return home because they never leave combat mode and people do not understand their war experiences. The book the Odyssey is the story
From he who endures the most deepest of sorrows, we hope to hear, “He returned time and time again to his love, his friendship, his comradeship, those human bonds which had all helped us overcome the thousand sufferings of the war” (233). In The Sorrow of War by Bao Ninh, Kien was a North Vietnamese soldier who fought courageously during the Vietnam War. He faced death and the hardship of losing each of his fellow comrades along the way. Upon returning home, Kien was a struggling soldier trying to rid his mind of the sorrow of war through writing. The novel not only introduces the sorrows brought on by war, but it emphasizes the importance of life.
these were the people that fought for Ho Chi Minh. They were named the Viet Minh because of the Minh in Ho Chi Minh .Ho Chi minh didn't win the war but neither did we. C.N trueman states that the united states backed out of the war and ho chi minh’s side took over south vietnam .Ho Chi Minh died in september. To explian History.com staff states that he died on september 2,1996. He died in Hanoi Vietnam.
Have you ever thought about people fighting in a war? Not how that war ended up doing, but each individual fighting. Some people are drafted into a war, and forced to fight for the side their put into. But the hero, Nicholas Lopez fought willingly to save the country that he just moved to. My great-grandfather, was a hero because he fought in world war 2, after many other hardships in his life.
People trusted the idealised version of the war and were enthusiastic in their efforts of enlisting in the war. However, when they were sent out into the midst of the war many of them realised the misconceptions they had and were led to believe. They became disillusioned as they realized that the war was much more brutal and horrific than they had previously believed. In All Quiet on the Western Front, Erich Remarque effectively comments on the horrors of war from Paul’s perspective, especially when Paul comments on injuries the soldiers endure and witness by stating “We see men go on living with the top of their skulls missing; we see soldiers go on running when both their feet have been shot away…Another man…with his guts spilling out over his hands as he holds them in.” (Remarque,
Throughout his childhood and teenage years, he and his family moved around a lot due to his father’s inability to keep a job after his service in the military. Robert’s family life was very rough growing up. His father was not a good role model and the two tended to get into lots of arguments. Their arguments got so bad that Robert’s father didn’t attend his high school graduation. Throughout the course of his parents’ relationship, his parents married, divorced, and remarried.
The Vietnam people, both military and civilian population, were prepared to die for their country which they loved. They fully believed in their cause but the Americans were not certain and multiple protests were later held across their country reflecting this
To find a way to hasten their recovery, he discovered that sport could be used as a psychological aid to help the war-injured soldiers. Dealing with limited resources, inexperienced staff, and the hopeless attitude that rehabilitation of patients with spinal cord injuries didn’t not come easily. One of the obstacles he faced was that patients would get terribly infected bedsores or kidney infections when they arrived to the hospital. In order to make his patients to resume normal life as quickly, he tried strengthening exercises such as throwing medicine balls, which the patients would throw back. Sir Ludwig Guttmann's action played a significant role in the development of disabled sports through the rehabilitation of veterans from wars.
He loses his friend, his family and his freedom all at once. This happened because James did not talk to his family and he acted without having second thoughts. His lawyer tried to defend him with the concept that he acted out of provocation, but the judge did not accept the idea. James is now serving a life sentence in prison, and his wife and children still hate him for his actions. Multi-Causal Role Model Multi-causal role model focuses on causation, different quality of reasons, triggers, channels, catalysts, target, contents, actors, dynamics and structures.
The Complexity of Forgetting In Love and Honour and Pity and Pride and Compassion and Sacrifice by Nam Le, readers are acknowledged the reason behind the conflict between the two protagonists, the father and the son, in the story that it is rooted from overly strict nurturing. Not to let readers dislike the character of the father too far, the story of Thanh, the father, about his experience in Vietnam War is inserted to offer the reason of his suffering from the memory of the war which, perhaps, leads him to bring up Nam, the narrator and his son, strictly as if his life is in the war camp. The story probably arouses some readers' pity, understanding, or interest in his attempt to forget the battle in both his action and speech. Yet, in the