US-India Global Review

40 US-INDIA GLOBAL REVIEW JANUARY-MARCH 2018 R ishi Sharma, 20, lives an uncomfortable life by most accounts - driving in his Honda Civic from one city to another, eating mostly at fast-food joints, and sleeping nights in the backseat of his car. But he consid- ers it a small sacrifice if at all, in fact rather a privilege. After all, the "Greatest Generation" of World War II combat veterans who spent time in the trenches protecting their country, and their friends and fellow-soldiers, had it much worse, is his reasoning. Life In The Trenches By Ela Dutt PEOPLE TO PEOPLE Symbolizing the melting-pot that is America, a young Indian-American makes combat veterans of the Second World War his very own heroes Rishi Sharma, 20, has made it his life's mission to document the war stories of SecondWorldWar veter- ans. Here is is seen speaking to a veteran. (Photo: heroesofthesecondworldwar.com)

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