Emily (emiliglia) wrote in little_details,

Affection between American soldiers during WWII

Characters A and B are really close friends in the army during WWII, and A gets hit pretty bad.

Would it have been a faux pas at the time for A, thinking he's dying, to tell B that he loves him?

Tried searching different arrangements of: faux pas, WWII, American, men

ETA: I want to clarify that Characters A and B are romantically involved, but I'm curious as to if it's more likely for anyone around to take it as platonic/brotherly or if it's going to be automatically thought of as homosexual.
Tags: usa: history (misc), ~homosexuality: history, ~male friends, ~world war ii

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