The Canal Discussion Questions

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Tom Brace recalls vividly details about the night at the canal in March 1945, at the end of World War II, while Lew Miller would prefer not remembering anything about his night there. Talk to at least three people who have served in the military and from your interviews draw a conclusion about whose experience is more common. From your findings, develop a questionnaire that will help returning service people record their experiences, along with an explanation of why you think your particular questions would be useful.

Recall a time when you did something that others assumed was more exciting than it was. Write a story that compares the experience that you had with the experience that others think you should have had.

Nancy Brace and Betty Miller find it hard to understand what their husbands went through at the canal. Look through some books about war...

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