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‘Harder for Me to Live Under the USSR Than to Be in the War’: Old Ukrainian Soldiers Remember Communism

Ukraine—Trench warfare is a true test of a soldier’s grit.

The constant
prospect of death—whether by artillery, rockets, or snipers—gnaws at you every
waking moment. The truth is, there’s no way to stay safe, other than to hide
underground. Some soldiers simply laugh at the danger and treat the war like a
sport. Others, however, grow quiet and gloomy, imagining at every moment how
they could die.

Most soldiers come home from war as different people. Some return with demons. Others carry an unshakeable suspicion that nothing in civilian life could ever rival the emotional highs and lows of war.

Vasyl Kovbel, 62, said he was persecuted in …read more

Source: The Daily Signal

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