Video Creator’s Channel The Great War
Im Indy Neidell And Im Sitting Here
in a hotel in Chema Shal Poland because we’re rebuilding our studio in Berlin so we’re shooting on the road and this is another outstanding episode of out of the trenches where I sit here in the chair of temporary insanity in front of the horses of wisdom and answer all and the flow of knowledge woo and answer all of your questions about the First World War Smirk from UK Mercury at from Patreon writes, is this the real life or is this just fantasy well it caught in a landslide. There’s no escape from reality so open your eyes and look up to the skies and see I’m just a poor boy. I need no sympathy because I’m easy come easy go a little high little low look anyway the wind blows doesn’t really matter to me write to me Patrick. Bartel from Patreon writes Hello Indian Team first of all thank you so much for an incredible channel Thank you I’m Currently reading UK Lu, the Journal of Louis Bartha’s by the way corporal Bartos tells it it seems that soldiers own officers tricked them into going over the top with promises that in quotes it’ll be easy hoping you can shed some light on this topic of officers tricking their own men into marching to their deaths well who is still willing to go over the top. After hearing they’ll probably get killed okay.
Frederick The Great Tried To Motivate
his soldiers by yelling you cursing rascals do you want to live forever and it didn’t work out so well. Every frontal attack in military history has had a high chance of getting the soldiers killed and well since ancient times leaders would ride down the ranks to encourage. their troops by telling them that it will be easy. Don’t worry about it. The Great War was a bit different, though in the fact that it wasn’t just one big battle, and every soldier pretty much knew after the first few months or even weeks that it would not be easy and like all the attacks before it would cost a lot of lives.
Maybe This Time Their Own And Sometimes
in war troops have to be intentionally sacrificed to allow other soldiers to win, but of course no officer is going to tell those troops that and would instead promise them that this time the artillery bombardment is successful, and that no defender was still standing, and the barbed wire was cleared and the poison gas cleared everything else out and if it was a lie, then it was most often a lie. They wanted to believe the soldiers in the trenches didn’t have a choice either way. Milo Martin from Patreon, writes, Howdy Andy howdy my low four out of the trenches with UK lou and good soldier shake in mind compare and contrast, frontline soldiers and common soldier relationships in the various armies thanks First Sergeant Milo UK Army God Save Texas, which is an anti-littering campaign about not littering on the public Texas highways and it means nothing to do with Don’t fight with Texas I grew up in Texas I know frontline lower ranked Em cos maybe especially even soldiers that rose through the ranks up through the ranks during the war, often bonded with their fellow soldiers on a level of deep camaraderie. Since they usually endured the same hardships. They ate the same crappy food and they saw the same amount of combat as the soldiers of.
Lowest Ranks, And When You Think A
respect that’s earned always outweighs respect that is ordered with regard to the higher officers and their staff. There was often a fundamental cultural difference in attitude, and there was a big gap between the commanding officers and the actual frontline soldiers and it often showed in behavior attitude even language. The soldiers fake is the prime example of this on how the problems during the war derive from that gap. The military authority of the Austrians fails to gain the respect and the loyalty of the Czech soldiers because it fails to connect with them on a cultural and more importantly respectful level. Colonel von Ziller would arrogantly patronizes his soldiers and general von Frankenstein is like the aristocrat who has no respect for the common low-ranking soldiers and their reality.
One One Of The Lessons From
those novels from both of those novels is that there is a big difference between those who only command and those who actually lead Choy William writes Hi Indian Team I really love the show and I always thank you and your team for an awesome for awesome work well you’re welcome how was the treatment for criminals where criminals in prison conscripted to penal military units and sent to the front line for suicidal missions and meat shields. Just like Soviet Union did during World War two. This really is an interesting question that you don’t read very much about now. There weren’t any regular or official penal military units like those from the Second World War that were primarily made up of convicted criminals with the task of clearing minds or undertaking suicidal attacks. There was none of that the Central Powers were.
Forced To Send Men Who Were Petty
criminals in their civilian lives to the front lines where they would be under the supervision of both the officers and the other enlisted men. Since military regulations were pretty tough that usually worked out pretty well, but by looking into the records of courts-martial of the British Army. You find that some offenses inside the army were punished by penal servitude since all the harsher crimes like like plundering a destruction of military equipment rape stuff like that they were punishable by death crimes like disobedience and drunkenness were met with with lighter disciplinary measures. It’s also interesting that penal service was more serious than imprisonment or being cashier, so the penal service had to be for something really nasty.
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The Russian Army Introduced Flogging In
1915 to deal with criminal offenders mostly to punish the breakdown of discipline, but it’s hard. Say it’s hard to know at all how often it was actually carried out for most of the countries. We know how many death sentences were carried out and how many soldiers were imprisoned for crimes, but for some nations like like Russia or the Ottoman Empire. The records are just not available now.
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Indy Neidell sits in a hotel in Chema Shal Poland because we’re rebuilding our studio in Berlin so we’re shooting on the road and this is another outstanding episode of out of the trenches where I sit here in the chair of temporary insanity in front of the horses of wisdom and answer all of your questions about the First World War . The Great War was a bit different, though in the fact that it wasn’t just one big battle, and every soldier pretty much knew after the first few months or even weeks that it would not be easy and like all the attacks before it would cost a lot of lives . In ancient times leaders would ride down the ranks to encourage. their troops by telling them that it will be easy.& Don’t worry about it. But maybe this time their own and sometimes in war . Sometimes in war, sometimes in . the . troops are motivated to . encourage their own . their troops to march to their deaths by telling . their own troops by . telling them…. Click here to read more and watch the full video