In the novel, My Brother Sam is Dead, the author demonstrates the effects of war on families, on towns, and even on the children. The author makes it clear that war tears up families more than anything else. As a result of families getting ruined, it affects the children of the family, in this case, by making Tim grow up in a short amount of time. War affects towns, too. Soldiers, some from both sides,
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match for the effects on family and children.
As stated above, war has many by-products or effects. Whether it being on families, children, or towns, war is bad! As Tim stated in the book, there must be better ways to achieve something without war. The novel demonstrated this very well. The novel was trying to make a point about the effects of war throughout the whole book. It makes a strong statement of it, too.