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AnswerMany soldiers who contributed in World War 1 were traumatized. During the 1920's, the lasting results on the economic, political, social, and cultural lives of Americans had changed greatly to an extent where many could never go back to their normal daily lives. Obviously these people must have had such infamous memories that only the people of that time could understand. The future lives and pasts remembered within this nation, and tributes to the war were immense and heartbreaking. People who didn't even fight in the war died slowly, their souls and attitudes changed with every minute, every hour of the day; fearing, and wondering the worse, which is understandable when someone is out risking their lives day in and day out. -prager
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