Flags of Our Fathers - Study Guide Chapter Twenty: Common Virtue Summary & Analysis

James Bradley (author)
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Jack declined reunions of Easy Company since he knew that he would get unwanted attention. When James was nine and his class was studying WWII, his teacher told the class that James' father was a hero. When he asked his father about it that night, he told him that the heroes were the guys that did not come back. At sixteen, James again broached the taboo subject. Jack recounted the story of his missing friend Iggy, confirming that his friend's torture and death had placed a pallor over war that never left. Jack's death in 1994 made headlines around the world as the last flag raiser had died. Jack was buried with the photograph that meant to the most to him, which was a picture of his family.

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