The Remaking of a Mind: A Soldier's Thoughts on War and Reconstruction

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  • Title: The Remaking of a Mind: A Soldier's Thoughts on War and Reconstruction
  • Author: Hendrik de Man
  • ISBN: 9781298688330
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “The Remaking of a Mind: A Soldier's Thoughts on War and Reconstruction”

    1. From the synopsis I expected more of a self-analysis of what the war had done with him on a more personal level. But most of it is about the change in ideology he experienced mainly due to the falling apart of the Zimmerwald principles. He became critical of the factory worker centered marxism, saw the socialist movement split into 2 parts the social-democracy and the Russian communists. He also writes how it was to fight against the Germans while admiring the Germans as people.

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