DVD World War 1

Discussion in 'World War I' started by GT, May 19, 2005.

  1. GT

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    I didn't think they had color motion picture film in those days.
     
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    Okay, gotcha with the color. I misunderstood.

    War is brutal, ugly and cruel. Things happen in the blink of an eye and there is so much going on so fast, it is difficult for the brain to process everything. What is really messed up is that you can see, hear or smell something years later that will trigger something that you didn't remember until then.
     
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