The devastation of the war leaves a “new beginning” for a town to be built.
The end of a war often becomes the beginning of another one because people forget the effects.
The end of a war must come before recovery can begin.
When a war begins, an end must come with destruction.
The end becomes the beginning of a story for poets such as Wislawa.
People find small pleasures in war
People rarely focus on the devastation of an area postwar
The government tends to highlight the end of a war
Peace is not attainable after a country has been involved in war
Recovering from war is an easy task
War causes extreme destruction that many cannot even fathom
Only a select few are forced to deal with the effects and the aftermath of a war
Those who have knowledge of war ought to make future generations aware of the terrors of war so that future wars can be prevented
The aftermath of war is a difficult for one to imagine without experiencing
the tragedies of war cause many soldiers to suffer from PTSD
A soldier who lost his life in battle
An innocent civilian who died during the war
A devastated family member of a deceased soldier
An individual born after the war zone has been rebuilt
A soldier who has PTSD and struggles to cope with the mass destruction resulting from war