"we could have won without the yanks-we're sure of that. still we're glad they're coming and we walk jauntily. we may die before the promise is sufficiently fulfilled to tell. what does that matter? the yanks are coming!" which best describes the emotions of the british soldier who wrote this letter in 1918? he resents the americans coming into the war after so many months of waiting. he feels encouraged and hopeful but is realistic about his own chance of survival he believes the aef will make the difference in winning the war. he believes the allies will lose the war even with the help of the aef.
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Category: art | Author: Hedda Galya
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