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Hi! Im Indy Neidell And This Is Another Episode
of out of the Trenches, which is our great War special series where I answer all of you fantastic viewers questions about world war one. Now. I usually sit in the chair of Wisdom in Berlin, where we have the studio and answered their questions. But these two guys came up to Stockholm to shoot some special episodes and we thought we’d shoot some out of the trenches. So I’m sitting in my apartment in the chair of Madness.
Much As I Was Last Time And Im
still going to answer your questions and I’m not gonna wing it. I actually wrote some down this time. I know that’s cheating Don’t write to me about it. I already know you don’t like it when I do that the Winget Hasar rights whoo I have a question did any side during World. War one actually researched the tactics and situations during the U.
S Civil War To Try And Gain
some kind of advantage Since the U.s. Civil War had many battles that had trenches dug well. Almighty Wingett Hasar. During the Civil War, all of the major European powers sent military observers and their reports often made it back to the High Command, but the war and the reports seemed too alien and really too exotic to be considered for preparing their own strategies.
The Military Observers Were Often Actually Really
amazed by the scale of the U.s. Civil War and how quickly it escalated and with things that would become unfortunately, all too familiar in World War, one like barbed wire and trenches and submarines and actually both sides worked with submarines, even though they thought they were illegal at both sides wrote nods an illegal weapon it’s cheating, but they. Still both worked on them, but also larger things like Telegraph communications Lincoln inking Lincoln UK Telegraph communications linking widening theaters of war and making large-scale strategy and tactics possible in a way that they’d never been before now you have to remember. Though at that time the 1860s or so wars were still fought in the more traditional sense in Europe.
If You Look At The Austro–Prussian
war of 1866, the Franco–prussian War of 1870-71 even the Crimean War back in the 1850s. Those were all major engagements that were won with single decisive battles in the traditional sense, and if you look at Empire” target=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener”>the British Empire and the colonial powers who were used to fighting wars in the colonies, they weren’t fighting modern war colonial war as you know was completely different actually. The American Civil War was not the best example where the first World War. Hindsight that would be the Russo-japanese war in 1904 1905, which also had trenches and machineguns and all that was much more recent, but as we all know they didn’t learn Jim Bubblier Jim Boob Lee, Jim Boob Lee, what should we call him Jim Boob Lee Jim Boob Lee writes Great series thank you Jim Buble I have a question for out of the trenches was there ever a time when an airship fought another airship probably impractical, but that would be an awesome fight that’s true that’d be an awesome fight. I sadly have no knowledge of this, but it’s an interesting question now everybody knows about Zeppelin’s but other nations had airships too.
During The War, The British Jews
airships effectively to counter the U-boat campaign the German U-boat campaign, but they were way behind the Zeppelin’s in design and technology until later in the war, when in many ways they were actually superior true story as weapons on board. They might have Lewis guns or bombs depth charges and the crew would carry rifles sometimes to snipe mines that were spotted you know which is pretty cool. From this guy. They were great for having with convoys as spotters as well. During the entire war, only one ship was sunk while being escorted by an airship.
The French Army Had A Few
airships that were used from 1915 for nighttime bombing raids, but eventually they were turned over to the Navy since they kept getting destroyed. The Italians used them too as Scouts and bombers, but okay I’m going on the actual question does anybody. Know the answer was there ever time when like a German airship fought a British airship I don’t know we’re their airship two airship battles tell us in the comments below fish and chimps and that’s fish like the band with a UK and chimps as in you know chimps fish and chimps rights. These generals had some fancy facial hair. What were the shaving requirements of the different countries involved.
If In The Trenches Were You
still expected to shave daily okay I don’t know very much about the shaving requirements of each of the varying nations, but the leaders in generals of all of the nations certainly sported some serious facial hair. Can we get a montage okay ready for montage? Renan come Conrad von Hotzendorf, Enver Pacha General blumin Luigi Cadorna, Joseph Joffre Sir Douglas Haig and let’s see Oh yeah Serbian General Pete our boy Yo vich that’s pretty much most of the European nations. If I left somebody out sorry anyhow one thing about the war men in the trenches. They began shaving closely fairly often because gas masks do not fit well over beards and mustaches. They leak and choosing between shaving and inhaling Poison.
Gas Is A Fairly Easy Choice, And When
the men returned home still clean-shaven. It became the popular fashion at home as well. Michael Gardner writes, I was thinking a good side video would be an introduction to the nation’s in the war I am thinking as a teacher of American high school students was so far away culturally and geographically. The student who was even heard of the Austro-hungarian Empire is rare even among students who like history, but even still all of the common major powers are so different now than they were a hundred years ago. It could help to have individual video on the major powers, what was their history? What was their government like their culture their reputation? What were their war goals? How did that change throughout the war? That kind of thing an excellent idea Michael as you may have seen we’ve already done some specials about a few countries involved in the war.
Italy Poland South Africa.
I know that and we will indeed cover all of the major powers in the future. We should maybe have already but you know we still got time actually if you want to see something about how a European power joined the war I change pages. want to see something about how our European power joined the war. You can click here for our episode about Italy This time is it okay okay fine.
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episode about Italy Yeah, Yeah okay yeah now I really like that like you so many teachers watch and enjoy our shows and we get letters from students. We get comments from teachers which is great and if any of you out there know some teachers, especially history teachers who don’t watch our show please recommend us to them and don’t forget to subscribe and like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and all of your dreams will come true. Even the dirty ones see you next time.
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Indy Neidell answers viewers’ questions about world war one . He says both sides researched the tactics and situations during the U.&s Civil War to try and gain some kind of advantage . Both sides worked with submarines, even though they thought they were illegal at both sides wrote nods to an illegal weapon it’s cheating, but they. Still both worked on them, but also larger things like . Telegraph communications Lincoln inking Lincoln UK Telegraph communications linking widening theaters of war and . making large-scale strategy and tactics possible in a way that they’d never been before now you have to . remember. The Winget Hasar rights whoo I have a question did any side during World.& War one actually research the tactics during the . Civil War and the reports seemed too alien and too exotic to be considered for preparing their own strategies. It’s not just a matter of research, but it’s important to be careful to keep your eyes out of the trenches. It is important to remember….. Click here to read more and watch the full video