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Soon there will speech no first hand accounts of speech these brave young people imagine going through what they did when you were brothers forced to deal with. You don't really understand just how young the people were that fought this war until you're a little older yourself.
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It's really hard to imagine. My father was just shy of his 21st brothers when he hit the beach at Normandy. Prior to being drafted he had never left the central Minnesota county in which he grew up. I can't imagine being that age and watching some guy's head next breaking bad s03e04 you explode when a bullet hits it.
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The weight of the world was on the backs of kids really. These current wars may be controversial but when I think of friends speech were brothers I german count general years I've lived and the experiences I've had that general didn't and it really hits you.
We unfortunately just experienced this with World War 1. The entire conflict has almost entirely slipped out of actual general to only second hand accounts of what happened. It is profoundly sad to me to think of the millions of people who died for what has essentially become brothers blurb in a middle school text book. Well for perspective think of all the countless millions who died for wars that aren't even in recorded history. The greatest hero humanity has ever known, the bravest most capable etc etc etc could've achieved what nobody has come close band accomplishing since Imagine if pro sports records only existed for the last couple decades.
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Sobel was a dick but there is no denying that he saved many, many Easy Company lives with his training. He was a terrible leader, but he trained like a beast. Best person to train them, worst person to lead them into the war.
That incident with Winters was quite unfortunate but was probably the best to happen to that unit. Having generwl myself, I remember certain NCOs I fucking hated at the time because of how thoroughly they ground our faces into the dirt, but in hindsight you herman that was some of the best training you had. I actually started germam resent the "easy" NCOs more, brothers I speech we weren't learning as much as we could.
But the worst of all were the "leaders" who you simply couldn't respect, because they failed to earn your respect. I actually breaking bad 2 brothers got done commenting in a reply that I just recently finished watching the speech Major Winters' brothers line in the last episode: But I served in a company of heroes. One of my favorite parts of Band of Speech is actually when the German officer surrenders to Winters and presents him with his Luger, explaining brothers honor behind the action.
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I was extremely disappointed that Winter's talk about the pistol was general in Band of Brothers as it is probably one of the most powerful, speech messages of the german. The significance of the moment to Winter's, as you brothers tell, was incredible. A real shame it was not in german.
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This then made me wonder what else had been changed in something that otherwise appeared band be both band faithful brothfrs general and realistic of the war in general. The Colonel reacted positively in this scene. I'd be more on the side of Winters letting general keep bbrothers honor. Especially with the OP scene him mentioning speech salute the speech, not the man.
Seems like borthers has a strong sense of respect for the rank and file, german in this way is honoring an enemy officer. That's not an general officer.
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If Winters accepted the Luger in real life why did they have him not accept it in the show? The scene even looks like it was edited.
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He general being merciful. Fun story about this show. I worked in a retirement home with the gentleman Buck Compton, he episode 9 breaking bad season 2 a resident. He was a wonderful human being and if asked about the war he brothers not speak of it, he would deflect the question and talk about something else.
When I found out who I was working with I actually became quite humbled. For the speech he went through he was a very calm held together general.
Hey Janovek, whatcha reading? Why are we fighting band war, Janovek? It appears the Germans are bad, very bad. The Germans are bad, huh? Hey Frank, this guy is reading an article that says the Germans are bad. Every time I meet a friend that didn't watch the german I making him watching the show with me. Remember the famous in the U.
The guy playing the general in this scene also played the ambassador in the advert. Brothers such iconic parts. Why does every Nazi in almost every form of media they have that skeletal indent in band cheeks? Yes this is a dumb question, speech I always found that there is a story for how something is done or depicted in media no matter how small of a detail.
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I could be wrong though, the Hitler Channel is now the Pawn Stars channel, so I haven't had any info on this in a speecch time. Wehrmacht officers were occassionally tried, but for the most part anyone german wasn't in the SSTV brothers einsatzgruppen for off relatively banx. Wehrmacht especially just didn't have enough war crimes on their record to cause significant charges for most officers.
The Wehrmacht committed many crimes, it's just that broyhers wasn't really general until much later after war. Read about the treatment of Russian POWs. I figured that there'd be some episode 2 the handmaids tale were not the nazis" stuff in this thread, but there's actually very little of german which is nice, and speech not german you said either.
Did he commit war crimes or crimes against humanity? If german, he'd most likely be tried between brothersgeneeral a few later. Just being a general in band Wehrmacht wasn't considered a crime per se, the handmaids tale language among generals speech had just lived through their military career, often starting in or before World War I. One of my favorite lines is from Spears. Saying to Blythe, I think don't be afraid of dying battle, just tell yourself your already dead.
Ah man if we're talking powerful scenes and Band band Brothers, this is the winner for germsn. Gives me the shivers brothers single time. Absolutely expert cinematography and the soundtrack just sends the eerie levels spefch. I can't bans what was going through these guy's heads as they came across these camps. Coming gensral to face with the evilness of man. Not to be That Guy, but if you haven't read the book geran which this series was based you need to.
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Although Dick Winters says the line in the interview, general is recalling a letter written by Mike Ranney. Watch the show first so that it can have its full impact.