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A Nurse's Journal During WW II

Summary: The following is a journal entry written through the perspective of a nurse during the WW II. It describes the trench life and conditions during the war.
September 20, 1917

It's late and I'm exhausted because I've been up on my feet running around all day treating patients. But I want to record everything that has been occurring for these past months. It's heartbreaking to see all the soldiers in pain. It gives me quite a lump in my throat to see them. They are all extremely brave to have come miles away from home, leaving loved ones, to fight for their country. There is so much that the soldiers do. I've been paying close attention to everything that is going on and I have been talking to several of my patients who are such courageous soldiers.

While stitching up a patient's leg, I learned plenty of information about the trenches. Each trench is 10 feet deep and half way up is a ledge called the fire step from which the soldiers usually shoot...

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