I have sympathy for any conscripted soldier of any war, due to the fact that these types of folks do not either want to be there, or agree to combat because of "propaganda" that has satisfied the people they are doing the correct thing and combating the right facet. Germany has accepted as a nation the guilt for the numerous crimes commited by using the Nazis in WW2, so in a way they don't seem to be hiding behing the line "I used to be following orders", which at Nuremberg was located to be a non-suficient excuse. However while, it's problematic to now not think sorry for the boys that believed the entire BS spewed by Goebbels, joined the combat and ended doing horrible things to look after their lives and what they suggestion it used to be the right facet (yeah, Germany broke the Geneva convention, however they respected it too in many methods and all people else broke it, together with the americans). Should you add the numerous that had been compelled to fight, and would not disobey orders considering that that meant their demise and tremendous dishonor or dying to their households, it ordinarily felt like a great trap. Eventually, only while you appreciate that conflict is amoral in its nature, you see that when the one or many fool politicians have issued the movilization orders, each person else is into a hell of doing and receiving horrible sins that traditional society would by no means condone.