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Polly73 Polly73 41-45, F 9 Answers Aug 17 in Politics

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No, but my entire family on both sides in the generations before me did.

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Which war(s)?

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Civil war, WWl, WWll, Korean, Vietnam, and forgive me for forgetting about my cousin who served in Dessert Storm, and a kid I took in and call my son in Iraq.

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Yes.

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Which war was that?

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Gulf one.

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Yes I did and it wasn't any fun at age 18

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No, thank god...

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Within family or your country?

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Country.

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Fortunately I have not.....

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When i was a baby

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Which war was that?

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Civil war of Yugoslavia
But only the end

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I saw a movie about that not long ago, that was a horrible one :(

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Yeah, pretty ****** up. But i think that it is not how people from let's say America look at it. It's pretty complicated and just saying this country is good and this one is bad , it's dumb. Sorry if i offended you

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No offense taken :) From what I've read the atmosphere is still rather "touchy" to say the least. Have you seen that movie Angeline Jolie made? It didn't get a lot of stars on imdb.com but I thought it was good and it looked realistic too, especially because the actors experienced things first hand.

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Yeah, i saw it. I kinda liked it. It did make my country like the root of all evil. But it's a movie. I don't care. My biggest problem is that she did it. She has no idea about our history and she thinks she can this documentary type thing, witch is not helping the point get across. I am not saying that my people did nothing, but we are not the spawn of Satan as the movie projects us

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Yeah, it was pretty one-sided - what I liked about it was the overall sort of "atmosphere" - that felt realistic somehow. Just for the record though: there are a few ppl from former Yugoslavia where I live (Iceland) that I've met (who were there). I don't know about other countries but I have never heard anyone take sides regarding that particular war. Not like people are doing now like with Israel/Palestine.

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Yeah

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I get what you are saying

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My grandfather served in viet nam, my father was in the marines but never saw combat.

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Not on a military level but man,life can be one HELL of a war!:(

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