A very good movie. A part of history about the North-African soldiers from the French colonies, enlisted during WW2 in the Free French army. These soldiers did fight in Monte-Cassino, in Operation Dragon in south of France, they also took part in the fights in Alsace, and what did they get from France in return...?
The answer is in this movie... Maybe not the full answer, but at least the beginning...
"We are changing the destiny of France, it's time that things they change for us too." Days of Glory
Nice choice, Snow
Last edit: 11 years 2 months ago by Nikita. Reason: Fighting with the color codes... ôÔ
Hello guys have some special documents for you, his name is Apocalypse World War 2 , maybe someone of you know that documents. For me is this documents very interesting, bacause told you what people felt , what terrible thing they survived. And from Historic side is this documents very importent for knowing fact of Second World War. documents have 6 part and its there huge information about process behind year 1938 to 1945. This documents show you cruel things of war.
This is 10 minutes from episode 1. episode name is agression
This is intro soundtrack
and you be chased by women all around the world
"Gimli son of Gloin"
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I actually did watch the small documentary series now, that Otto presented in the thread above.
It is the best documentary about the topic WW2 I for myself have ever seen.
Thank you Otto for letting us know about this.
There is one question I am asking myself, especially in these days we live in now:
After all these victims and tragedies,
after all these generations sacrificed their own lifes (by death and and especially by the miserable they had to suffer),
and additionally focussing on those who were fighting (and dying) for a better world,
would they be satisfied, about to see what we, generations after all that happened, made out of this world...?
"When the stars threw down their spears
And water'd heaven with their tears:
Did he smile his work to see?
Did he who made the Lamb make thee?"
taken from: William Blake - The Tyger
Always be yourself unless you can be a unicorn, then always be a unicorn.
Last edit: 11 years 1 month ago by Morty.
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