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    #2
    When you go home, tell them of us and say,
    For your tomorrows these gave their today.

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      #3
      we had a really good war doc series a few years back...its long but all available on youtube a segment at a time

      For King And Country





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        #4
        I never saw war, tho I lived in the Vietnam era when so many young men did. Oh, there was the 'Cold War' for which I have a thank you for participating, but IDK if I had the stuff of flying a Bomber in WWII like my 22-year-old Uncle Bob. His B-24 was shot down, but he and most of his 10-man crew survived. I also had an Uncle Bill, whom I never met. He died in the Pacific War a couple months before I was born, fighting Japs. He took out 26 of them before they took him out. He was 19 when he died.

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          #5
          hey mally if you havent seen it yet i highly recommend peter jacksons documentary " they shall not grow old"

          its on canada netflix..might be on yours

          actual ww1 footage enhanced and coloured ... and interviews/narration by actual soldiers (footage soundtrack is false but done expertly)

          very good way to spend 90 minutes

          Last edited by SpaceMan; 01-09-2021, 04:06 AM.

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            #6
            Originally posted by SpaceMan View Post
            hey mally if you havent seen it yet i highly recommend peter jacksons documentary " they shall not grow old"

            its on canada netflix..might be on yours

            actual ww1 footage enhanced and coloured ... and interviews/narration by actual soldiers (footage soundtrack is false but done expertly)

            very good way to spend 90 minutes

            This film was nothing short of amazing.

            There needs to be more educational documentaries on WW1 and Korea.

            WW2 and Vietnam get all the "glory". I feel like the average person doesn't understand how terrible WW1 was

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              #7
              Originally posted by Shale View Post
              I never saw war, tho I lived in the Vietnam era when so many young men did. Oh, there was the 'Cold War' for which I have a thank you for participating, but IDK if I had the stuff of flying a Bomber in WWII like my 22-year-old Uncle Bob. His B-24 was shot down, but he and most of his 10-man crew survived. I also had an Uncle Bill, whom I never met. He died in the Pacific War a couple months before I was born, fighting Japs. He took out 26 of them before they took him out. He was 19 when he died.
              In Poland Warsaw you

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