When William Murray, Lieutenant Colonel in the Western Fronts (1914-1919) wrote: “We ceased fighting today and I have seen the last shot fired… No more danger, no more wars and no more mud and misery” he spoke of the future; the future that would be without dangers, wars, mud and misery. He inscribed the future within possibilities that his present offered to him. His future and present were entangled through the war that it was becoming his past.
Future, present and past don’t stand by themselves anymore when an armed conflict occurs
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