War as a story

What I remember most about his piece is how he said we need people to tell the stories of WWII for us to know and remember what happened. This reminded me of something we read early that said that stories make who we are and shape our world. I like that a lot of time was spent talking with people trying to get a true account of what the war really was like. It was definitely a way different account of the war than anything I read in history books. I also like the way it was structured.

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