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The meaning is that all the people who died in the war are saying that all their beautiful surroundings and then reality hits them and they get to the serious stuff saying that carry on the war and win because we did not just die and risk our lives just to lose and if we do not win then we will never rest in peace always fight for justice and PEACE


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