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of the trenches where I sit here in the chair of wisdom and answer all your questions about the first World war Moist man 69 really moist man 69, writes Hey Indy I have a burning question. I’m surprised he doesn’t have a burning rash. I have a burning question four out of the trenches did the French or British bomb the German mainland like Germany did to London and Paris did France or Britain use bombers to bomb any major German cities or factories. I always hear of German raids on London, but never hear of the Allies doing anything similar love The show Don’t cry well. We did already talked about some endeavors by Allied bombers into the German Rhineland in our strategic bombing special but let me give you some other examples that are often overlooked while the British UK.
The Royal Flying Corps Concentrated Its Forces
primarily for home defense and combat over the front lines. The French Air Service began flying into Germany quite early on since the battles for Alsace and Lorraine were being fought pretty close to the German heartland. Many larger German cities were within the reach of French aircraft. At the beginning of the war, they were mostly over flown for observation and propaganda purposes, but later on with the technical capability available. The first bombing runs happen.
One Of The First Active Bombings Of A
German city was in June 1915 as the city of Kyle‘s Woola was attacked by a total of 23 planes dropping a hundred and seven bombs. The French officials wanted to hit the garrison there, but the raid killed almost exclusively civilians. One bomb dropped on a circus tent and killed a lot of children of these 768. Germans, who died in total due to Allied bombing runs 168 alone were killed there in Kailua. Another city was Freiburg further to the south and that was the headquarters of the German troops fighting in the mosque.
The Bombing Of The City In
April 1917 was quite unique since it was carried out in conjunction with dropping a lot of leaflets, which explained to the citizens why they were being bombed that day as revenge for the torpedoing of the ship Asturias. This official revenge bomb the purposeful bombing of civilians in retaliation for something that happened far away is not something that had happened before. By February 1918 the British were joining those bombing runs in force. They aim to attack the industrial heartland of Germany, like Clone Düsseldorf Mannheim. The city of Korea saw the first concept of round-the-clock bombing creating a state of constant attack, but Germany was rapidly increasing its anti–aircraft system, copying the British model of dividing into different zones of aerial defense.
In Mid-1918 They Had Nearly 900 Anti–Aircraft
guns, 450 searchlights and nine-hole Air squadrons dedicated to attacking Allied bombers Matthias s one two three four rights as it soon will be the centennial of the Battle of Passchendaele, known as the Third Battle of Ypres. Well that kind of is now I want to draw your attention to the song. The price of a mile by the Swedish power metal band Sabaton. You likely heard of the band as most of their songs deal with military history, but I just wanted to mention it here. World War one has not been covered yet in too many songs of them.
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tell it from the perspective of the soldier or in a more neutral manner As a band member once said we only tell so we only tell stories about things that have happened and I guess of course we have heard of Sabaton yeah, and it appears that a lot of our fans are Sabaton fans as will hard rock and and metal have always been generous influenced by let’s say darker themes of society but besides those songs about drinking the fighting driving motorcycles. It’s history that’s always been a big part of rock music. Since pretty much the birth of heavy metal music. You had songs about famous people throughout history.
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songs about the violent lives of Vikings or Pirates or some other imaginary fantasy figures have always been part of this genre. Sabaton hits a niche here and that’s. One reason, I think they stand out so much making a whole albums dedicated to the middle Pterri history of Humankind is pretty rare, especially songs towards recent and often controversial topics. They’re covering of the Great War and songs from Gallipoli to Passchendaele. It’s done without pointing fingers or over glorifying warfare or soldiery and besides that they’re very talented musicians and they do make really great music and especially great life shows a lot of younger people can become interested in history through their music.
Other Bands And Songs About The Great
war well we’ve mentioned Motorhead before the song 1916 from the album of the same name is pretty powerful about the death of two young British soldiers that became food for the gun because that’s what you are when you’re a soldier, which is a powerful anti-war message that differs quite a bit from most. of their usual songs to another song that gets referenced in our comment section. Quite often is Passchendaele from Iron Maiden, well I mean everybody knows Iron Maiden and they they reference warfare quite often in their songs. One of the most famous songs is about a soldier that gets killed in the in Crimea in battle, so they obviously know their history. Passchendaele again is well a masterly crafted song.
It Tells Of Foreign Fields Where
lonely soldiers lay in unknown graves. British heavy metal has always had a deep connection to the history of their country. In the same way that Remembrance Day has become part of British popular culture. Many British bands like the All-mighty Saxon, who recently wrote a well-a beautiful rock ballad about Flanders. Fields are deeply connected to how the Great War is perceived in Britain We’ll write some other rock songs about.
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Moist man 69 really moist man 69, writes Hey Indy I have a burning question. Did the French or British bomb the German mainland like Germany did to London and Paris did France or Britain use bombers to bomb any major German cities or factories. I’m Indy Neidell and this is out of the trenches where I sit here in the chair of wisdom and answer all your questions about the first World War I . The French Air Service began flying into Germany quite early on since the battles for Alsace and Lorraine were being fought pretty close to the German heartland. Many larger German cities were within the reach of French aircraft. At the beginning of the war, they were mostly over flown for observation and propaganda purposes, but later on with the technical capability available. The bombing of a German city in April 1917 was quite unique since it was carried out in . The bombing was quite different since the bombing of the city in 1917 was very unique. It killed almost exclusively civilians. It was…. Click here to read more and watch the full video