Education: Last Days of School

Students are resigned, determined, hopeful and bitter, in that order, but with very, very little of the latter. They know they have a job to do. They are willing to give their lives. There is no evasion, no protest. They are anxious to get all the schooling they can; but if war intervenes, to get the fighting over with and get back to civilization and books. They have confidence, great confidence, in themselves and their pals, that they can take care of their country and themselves in battle.

In this summary an observer spoke...

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