Illussions of heroism WWI era illusions of disillusion in europe.
What better way to serve your country than with enthusiastic noble patriotism, to fight for honour and prestige to protect your nation. Only to find out with the sacrifice of your life that such a romantic ideal is an illusion. The illusions of heroic, noble and enthusiastic notions that people believed of war were destroyed quickly by reality and were demonstrated in literature of front line veterans like Remarque, Sassoon and Owen. The mass society welcomed the notion of war. Their expectation of war found it a) glamorous with the illusion that it was the ultimate selfless act to show…
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