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The most famous book about World War I is probably the novel All Quiet on the Western Front, which tells the story of a soldier named Paul Baumer who was excited to fight in the war at the beginning, but eventually became anti-war. Baumer is a fictional character, but he's based on real people, among them the two soldiers whom you read selections from today. Why do you think so many soldiers in World War I went from being pro-war to being anti-war?The most famous book about World War I is probably the novel All Quiet on the Western Front, which tells the story of a soldier named Paul Baumer who was excited to fight in the war at the beginning, but eventually became anti-war. Baumer is a fictional character, but he's based on real people, among them the two soldiers whom you read selections from today. Why do you think so many soldiers in World War I went from being pro-war to being anti-war?

Your papers should be at least 500 words in length (they can be longer, if you wish) and should have your name at the top (no cover page). If you cite something, use parenthetical citations. For example:

Ronald Reagan, in his speech, demanded, "Mr. Gorbachev--tear down that wall!" (www.whitehouse.gov/rwr.html).

Ronald Reagan, in his speech, demanded, "Mr. Gorbachev--tear down that wall!" (Smith, 118).

A bibliography/works cited page is not needed. There are no other formatting guidelines.

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Running Head: FROM PRO-WAR TO ANTI-WAR

From Pro-War to Anti-War
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FROM PRO-WAR TO ANTI-WAR

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From Pro-War to Anti-War
Introduction
World War I is also known as the First World War or the Great War begun in Europe and
lasted from the year nineteen fourteen to the year nineteen eighteen. More than seventy million
soldiers are military men were mobilized which resulted in over nine million soldiers and over
seven million civilians dying. The severe effects of the weapons used in the war fueled both
public and military attitudes and perceptions against war. This paper will discuss the reasons
why the World War I soldiers went from being pro-war to anti-war.
Reasons why World War I soldiers went from being pro-war to anti-war
There are several reasons as to why World War I soldiers went from being...

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