Yeah I think the part about dying has a big impact on people's behavior. Not just for the soldiers but for the civilians in the country they are in. My ex husband's family live in Iraq. After the last war started young people started getting married earlier than normal for Iraq. The country wasn't one of those countries where they married super young. Most would get their educations first. I think the we might die tomorrow without loving and having sex sped up a lot of young marriages. Also, his family members kept having kids. They couldn't work much or go outside much and life was pretty scary and depressing so I guess people were having a lot of sex. It wouldn't have been a problem except we were helping support them. My ex finally said can you stop having kids but I"m not really sure they had birth control there. I guess in war zone people have more sex and babies. It has been happening in Syria.
i read about it online
Ah. We have a kind of ugly part of that history in the U. S. Many soldiers left behind children. Some knew and did it anyway while others didn't I remember hearing of a case where the man didn't know and he went back to get his child. The French were different in that they didn't abandon their kids but they, also, intermarried a lot for hundreds of years.On the other side the many of the Vietnamese people bullied the mixed kids. So it was a two sided thing. Those are just the negative cases. I think many service men married and brought their wives back to the U. S. I met one lady who was not Vietnamese but from another country from that region. She met her husband when he flew fighter jets into her country to be delivered. They eventually married and she came to the U. S. with him. They were married over 50 years until he passed away.
Scroll Down to Read Other Opinions
because they doesn't love their country and ran into 👽