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The Great War, TV Series, 1964 IMDB

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somename US

2011-08-30 19:22

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No 1911 Graf und Stift?

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chicomarx BE

2011-08-30 19:30

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Yes, doesn't hurt to add it once more I suppose...

chicomarx BE

2011-08-30 19:41

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Epic 18+ hour series.

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Quote One of the BBC's most important and ambitious series ever, The Great War was to be the definitive film account of the world-shattering events of 1914-1918.

For 26 weeks it ran in grainy black & white and was a sensation. For half a year, pubs thinned out for Wednesday evening. With the rounded tones of Sir Michael Redgrave and Sir Ralph Richardson as the narrators, and previously unseen archival footage, The Great War was a television phenomenon.

Episodes:

1. "on the idle hill of summer..." (A. E. Housman)

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Louis BlÚriot.

2. "for such a stupid reason too..." (Queen Mary)
3. "we must hack our way through" (Theobald von Bethmann Hollweg)
4. "our hats we doff to General Joffre" (1914 jingle)
5. "this business may last a long time" (Rudolf Binding)
6. "so sleep easy in your beds" (Admiral Fisher)
7. "we await the heavenly manna..." (Russian General)
8. "why don't you come and help!" (Lloyd George)
9. "please God send us a victory..." (soldiers prayer)
10. "what are our Allies doing ?" (Russian General)
11. "hell cannot be so terrible" (a French soldier)
12. "for Gawd's sake don't send me" (1916 song)
13. "the Devil is coming..." (German soldier)
14. "all this it is our duty to bear" (Lord Lansdowne)
15. "we are betrayed, sold, lost" (French soldier)
16. "right is more precious than peace" (President Wilson)
17. "surely we have perished" (Wilfred Owen)
18. "fat Rodzianko has sent me some nonsense" (Czar Nicholas II)
19. "the hell where youth and laughter go" (Siegfried Sassoon)
20. "only war, nothing by war" (Clemenceau)
21. "it was like the end of the world" (German soldier)
22. "damn them, are they never coming in ?" (F. S. Oliver)
23. "when must the end be ?" (Hindenburg)
24. "Allah made Mesopotamia - and added flies" (Arabian proverb)
25. "the iron thrones are falling" (British officer)
26. "...and we were young" (A. E. Housman)

chicomarx BE

2011-08-30 19:59

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@somename Actually there are only partial views, this is a better image from sixcyl: /vehicle_198397-Graf-and-Stift-40-HP-1911.html

badlymad CA

2011-08-30 20:17

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Good documentary and compliment to the World at War - I found the interview segments to be particularly interesting.

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ingo DE

2011-08-30 20:37

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Nowadays interviews aren't possibile any more. The last WWI-veteran died last year.

rjluna2 US

2011-08-30 20:48

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There is only one living left: Link to "en.wikipedia.org"

chicomarx BE

2011-08-31 00:56

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I hate to detract from her veteran status but she only worked in the officers' mess... :D

Lateef NO

2011-08-31 02:22

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Hey, if I was her, I'd rather get assigned to the trenches with mustard gas, machine guns, and barbed wire. That'd be a lot safer :) Those WWI officers were nuts, they alone were responsible for 3/4s of all casualties during the war with their medieval tactics and their utter lunacy. Just being around those officers, listening to their so-called "tactics" and "philosophy" would surely cause brain damage among those who had the misfortune to be there. This lady was lucky to survive, I'll tell you that much :D

Well, to be honest, I'm just glad to be sitting here in my apartment in 2011 - without the need to go to war :D

sixcyl FR

2011-09-05 12:25

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hello chicomarx. unfortunately I can't upload photobucket's pictures of the Bleriot airplane... :/
By the way aren't other pictures of airplanes/aircrafts in this series?

Sandie SX

2011-09-05 15:11

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For Photobucket if you left click on the picture you get the full size picture rather than the 99% preview. With the full image you then have the option to save the image when you right click.

chicomarx BE

2011-09-05 18:28

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@sixcyl

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No other planes so far but I've only reached early 1915 (episode 6).

chicomarx BE

2011-09-06 01:08

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Sandie wrote For Photobucket if you left click on the picture you get the full size picture rather than the 99% preview. With the full image you then have the option to save the image when you right click.

Even on the preview you have the option File > Download

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