Three of the Best Anime That Remember the Lives Lost in War

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While many understand that war is brutal in nature, the full weight of the sacrifices that people have made in war are rarely depicted in modern media. The psychological impacts of war on both soldiers and those who knew them are uncommonly explored in-depth in the numerous war-themed TV shows and movies that are set on the front lines. Fortunately, there are some anime that delves deep into the psychological consequences of war and its aftermath, which are not often represented.


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