The individual soldiers that survived this war are now laced throughout society on every level. They are waiting and have been patiently biding their time. Not waiting to protest or draw attention but waiting for the questions they know will come. Not from a busy country or politicians or the government but from their own children. They've had nearly 30 years to think about it and decide what really happened.
In many ways this war was horrific and life threating. But for many soldiers the real battle started when they got home. They have to live with the things that they have done and the things they saw. Those memories last a life time. Some even have to go through severe therapy.