Spoke fervently against the war.
Was very much in favour of the war.
Wrote The Jungle Book about the war.
Became a metaphor for the blindness of teenagers.
Never stood a real chance in the battle.
Should have taken off his glasses because of the rain.
After John’s body was found.
To read it at John’s burial.
When he failed to locate John’s body.
Had an important role to play in the world.
Should rule the whole world.
Was superior to the German Empire.
They should be ready to die for their country.
They should demand to be in command.
They should join the army.
Disagreed with the wartime propaganda.
Wanted to fight in the war.
Was eager to fight against the king.
The deathrate lowered after John came to the front.
The great number of soldiers killed during the war.
The nightmares John had about not being able to fulfill his desire.
He felt it had been unfair to send a handicapped boy to war.
He knew he couldn’t have stopped his son from joining the army.
He regretted having contributed to his son’s death.
How important a man Rudyard Kipling was.
A father thrusting his ideals upon his son.
The public feeling towards World War I.