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There are a lot of men in this world who might be called heroes.
This title is won after a lot of laudatory acts, the hero had sometimes to pay for it with his life.
Among all people I know and who are regarded as heroes, I decided to speak about Desmond Doss: a man whose story is worthy of the cinema and has been subject of a very interesting film, available since November 2016.
Despite the fact that he refused to kill an enemy soldier or carry a weapon into combat because of his personal beliefs this man joined the army anyway to help his country during this "Dark period" called World War 2.
Thus he joined the army as a medic and went to heal a lot of soldiers on the verge of death.
Moreover, nurses were the principal target during the war and had to carry an arm, something that
Desmond Doss never respected because he wanted to keep his values and his faith to never to kill anyone.
Thus, he risked his own life to save lives of his comrades like during the battle of Okinawa: Often exposed under enemy fire, he gave all necessary care.
Another event, when his troops were attacked at the escarpment of Maeda, Desmond Doss transported his comrades who were hurt, one by one, to a better place whereas he could have got away and be safe and secure.
Lastly, he went directly into enemy territory for healing before being wounded and to ordered his troops the transfert of others soldiers in priority instead of him.
In addition, despite decorations of honor and titles that he won, Desmond Doss never saw himself like a hero.
Altruism, modesty, bravery and respect: here are the main qualities that Desmond Doss had and which are real qualities that a hero must have.
Here is what type of man Desmond Doss was, a man who never hurt or killed someone anyone, who kept loyal to his moral ideal and who saved plenty of lives in times of war instead of taking them.