How radically does the idea of war change for John Brown when once he has been a part of it?

How radically does the idea of war change for John Brown when once he has been a part of it?

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    Before going off to fight in the war, “war” was a matter of pride for John Brown. On the day he was leaving, he “stood straight and tall in his uniform and all.” But once he faced the cruelties of the war, he realized that it was not the enemy whom he was trying to kill but another human being. He understood that soldiers are puppets in a war, killing each other or die trying. The barbaric nature of the war affected John Brown both physically and mentally.

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