The things they buried

We all know World War II veterans who returned home to lead admirable lives and treat their experience at war with utter silence. Historian James Hornfishcer has interviewed several such men in the course of researching his books on the war in the Pacific. What were these men keeping inside? He answers the question in his Wall Street Journal essay “The things they buried” and also provides suggestions for further reading.

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