Trench Warfare Survival

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Fear does multiple things, it either motivates people to stand up for what they believe in or it motivates them to go against their morals.
It all started when Hitler was in the World War One. A yellow cloud floating in the air called chlorine gas and mustard gas were one of the first poison gases used in trench warfare, if you inhaled it damages lung tissue and causes it 's victims to cough violently and choke in some cases, the gas kills you. Trench warfare was not a good adventure, it was a horrible place to be in. If you probably already know about the trench foot. Trench foot was not fun to have it was miserable to have, soldiers were losing feeling in their feet. Hitler just so happened to be one of those victims in World War One. He
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The survivors were depressed, gloomy, and had pessimistic moods. They all had insecurities and felt hopeless. Death guilt today is common in the survivors. Survivors remorse the burden of surviving, while many of people didn 't survive. We all wish we could have done something to help save the Jews. Psychomstic disorders are a defense against the reality and what they experienced. If it goes on too long it can cause it can cause an ongoing sense of disparity, they feel like they have been detached from the reality around them. They come isolated, they don 't want to see family or friends or those who offered to help.("THE AFTERMATH OF THE HOLOCAUST.")
Adolf Hitler wasn 't the one that killed all the Jews in the slave labor camps it was the people he commanded to do those things. Hitler is just a leader who commanded people do things. He could have been stopped by the people of Germany, but instead they let fear hold them back from stopping him. Germans in the late 1830 's believed that they were brave descendants of the German warriors who defeated three of Rome 's mightiest legions. But they were losing that

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