Video Creator’s Channel The Great War
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the trenches where I sit here in the chair of Wisdom and answer your questions about the First World War Andrew asked in the UK comments or said this Hi-Indy I really appreciate the show wait that has an exclamation mark I really appreciate the show thanks. Andrew I have also been in touch with Flo with some suggested sources but have a question for you all okay you suggested recently in a comment on how best to be engaged with history that is most important to try to see it as real involving real people and you end almost every video by reminding us of the massive terrible suffering and slaughter which took place everyday in the great war, inflicted by people on other people that’s true. We watch your content about 20 minutes a week and yet to. Create it you and the team must be immersed in this everyday now for over a year and with two and a half years to go. Even though we all experienced the war at secondhand, How do you cope mentally with its dreadful reality Day after day.
My Mother Actually Asked Me That
same question oddly enough and it is difficult to really answer. When you talk of individual stories of death or suffering or loss. Then it really hits home that this guy wasn’t any different from me and his life ended in tragedy. It’s harder to see it personally. When you think of for example, 28,000 Frenchmen being killed in one day at the Battle of the frontiers.
It Is Harder To See Them
as individuals with hopes with dreams with families. I suppose you have to really tell yourself that we have in some way learn something. From all this maybe we haven’t but I do like to think optimistically I do about our world compared to their world ours, which is so much more interconnected to do. People who watch a lot of pornography become desensitized to sexuality and sex. I don’t know maybe all I know is that it is a danger in a project.
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they become statistics I as you suggest how to avoid that I think the crew is pretty good so far looking at the still as human actions and not just things that happen. I haven’t again so far had any true difficulty wrapping my head or my emotions about the horrors of the war and grotesqueness of the battlefield. Perhaps that will be come soon, but so far it’s been ok. I know that might not be the most satisfactory answer but I. Can’t really say more than that Harold? Nearing from Patreon writes at what point do you think the warring parties were at a point of no return in the fighting having committed so many resources suffered such horrendous casualties and encourage such prohibitive debts.
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honorable negotiated peace became virtually impossible okay um Julius Caesar once spoke the words famous words Alea Jacta st the die is cast as he crossed the Rubicon his point of no return. He knew that like the dice that were uncontrollable Once in motion, the war could not be stopped once the armies were on their way. The same happened in 1914 when plans were in motion trains and supply chains work like clockwork and armies had their orders it’s a good question could they have easily been ordered back could the heads of state just apologize and. get back to normal No they couldn’t because it wasn’t a war of cabinets Any more modern war is total families buy war bonds and go hungry sons, brothers and husbands. They shed blood and generally everybody makes huge sacrifices to make sure that the war will be won the longer.
The War Dragged On The More
sacrifices had to be made and the less possible. It was to negotiate a peace the kind that you suggest how could you as a head of state justify all of those deaths of all of those people you sent to the front to die and let the whole economy fall into debt to gain nothing. In the end. It is hard to say when that exact point in the war happened when it was either victory or defeat for one side maybe it happened already in August 1914. Maybe only in July.
1918, What We Know Is That Until
the end, all nations fought with the belief in mind that victory was possible that all those sacrifices would lead to reward after the war was won. Patrick UK on Patreon writes, Hey everyone at the Great War You guys are doing an amazing job. Thank You Patrick How did the governments of the warring nations deal with socialists and other anti–war groups I know that many individuals were arrested, but did any governments try to crack down on the anti–war movement by disbanding groups or infiltrating them to monitor their activities let me give you an example. One of the biggest anti-war meetings was the Council of workers and soldiers delegates in Leeds in England in June 1917. When over a thousand delegates from unions, labor and socialist parties and women’s organizations meant to speak out against the war.
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Unfolded in Russia, One speaker said Solidarity Solidarity! Solidarity! It is the slogan which will take us forward to a triumphant issue when they condemn you for wanting peace when they charge you with treason for being determined to end the war, tell them that it is treason against God treason against humanity not to end it and at once, but treason treason it was at the time. Bertrand Russell, the famous writer and philosopher and logician, took part in the conference and would later demonstrate against the entry of the United States into the war. He was fined.
Some Of His Works Were Confiscated And He
was even sent to prison from New Zealand to Germany. Anti-war protesters were imprisoned in some nations Russia Springs to mind they were even executed. Christian and socialist pacifists in the U. s.
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military facilities agitators in the armies were shot. Those who refused to serve were imprisoned as well, leaving forever a mark on their records on their permanent records. That is how they dealt with them if you’d like to see our episode about the role of women during the First World War you can click right here for that Don’t forget to subscribe see you next time.
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Andrew asked in the UK comments or said this Hi-Indy I really appreciate the show wait that has an exclamation mark . Andrew: How do you cope mentally with its dreadful reality Day after day.& My mother actually asked me that same question oddly enough and it is difficult to really answer.& People who watch a lot of pornography become desensitized to sexuality and sex. I don’t know maybe all I know is that it is a danger in a project.& I suppose you have to really tell yourself that we have in some way learn something.& From all this maybe we haven’t but I do like to think optimistically I do about our world compared to their world ours, which is so much more interconnected to do to do. I as you sug Macklemore’s uncle. The show airs tonight at 8pm on BBC One Channel 5.30pm on Monday October 8th.com/Wisdom. For more information, visit www.wisdom.com ….. Click here to read more and watch the full video