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A really weird and at the same time trivial idea was conceived in my head today. This happened during an extremely boring lecture when I started reading a book that dwells upon real historical events and was written by a military officer and might even be considered as a philosophical treatise. This book contains a fair amount of interesting words and constructions that were written out in my workbook. They are just random words and were taken from different contexts. And as I looked at the words, my brain immediately began to create/construct/imagine/conjure/invent [Brains don't depict.] a story, and I decided to write it down. It might be regarded as a story or just as an extract or a text without any particular genre. I hope you enjoy reading it and that it will be worthy of your time.
The purpose of this piece is to entertain the reader and, hopefully, to improve my English. I know I always make mistakes due to my inattentiveness, so it would be very generous of you if you would corrected me.
The greatness and fierceness with which the war broke out were of something natural, but still is capable of beggaring imagination. Mottos, slogans, hope - everything seemed so incompatible with the reality now. The very ground of egalitarianism did not hold up against a brutal force of political interest.
He was a distinguished officer among other guards of honour serving in the forces that were supposed to supplement a nation's military capability. But circumstances were now pushing him into undesirable affairs because his regiment was commissioned to become a part of a regular infantry unit. In addition to that, when the situation was deteriorating, a lot of conscripts were assembled and now constituted
themost of the army. From this moment a vast majority of the army being was poorly armed and full of ill-prepared soldiers and people who would rather exploit all possible exemptions and resort to self-mutilation than engage in battle. The truth was that it was actually happening, and some beggars ended up with beingshackled to a rope, while others were hunted down for desertion. Until recently these things remained a matter of contention, leaving alittle hope for human nature to change. [END]
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