As we do, we answer one of the most important questions ever asked: What do we owe those who paid the ultimate price for their own land and people?
In the process, we also raise questions far beyond our ability to answer: What right do some of us have to live at the expense of what others have lost? Just as importantly, what right do we have to live without the hellish memories of those who came home to friends and family wounded in body and soul by the war they often wish they hadn’t survived? How can we begin to due justice not only to those who gave their lives, but to those who returned with wounds that seem– worse than death?
To be continued…