generals die bed by Charles yale Harrison is the bookI already have an intro paragraph that is good unless you don′t think sothe intro paragraph is: Charles Yale Harrison′s book, Generals Die In Bed, profoundly details the traumatic experiences of WW1 that both challenge and strengthen his character. As a newly recruited soldier, the proposition of fighting for their country presents the opportunity for growth not only as a man, a human and as a soldier as well. When the recruit becomes more established, his experiences continue to mould and form who he is today. By the time the soldier fights his last battle on the field, he does not realize that his real war had just begun. As you can see, ww1 is a difficult place with many traumatic experiences but, through all of the darkness, there is still a light that strengthens not only the soldiers but the rest of the world too.