What is the origin of the phrase ‘there are no atheists in a foxhole’?

What is the origin of the phrase ‘there are no atheists in a foxhole’?The phrase means in a pressure situation, such as war or a terrorist attack, even committed atheists may start thinking about God. This line is used in the 1942 film ‘Wake Island’, a story about the military garrison in Wake Island and the travails in the island during the Japanese attack. The phrase is believed to be of World War I origin.

Check Also

15 August Greetings

15 August Greetings For Students And Children

15 August Greetings For Students And Children: Independence Day, celebrate annually on 15 August, is …