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34 comments

Chris Longski 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

Music track too loud.

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Karmas Facts 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

Rip David Caraddine

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Alan luscombe8a 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

This is a fantastic show. Amazing stories of great people.

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Danial Innes 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

What legacy for a country that loves war y'all sure do suck at it

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Cliff Webb 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

Bullshit, fake history. The Mexican/ German agreement was British fucking lies.

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Marc26 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

I'm a proud veteran of this country even though I'm not a citizen. I served honorably and proudly and was prepared to give America my life during my 6 deployments for its values and believes. To call the American involvement a legacy during WWI is completely crazy. First off the whole over all command of the Allie army or the AEF (American Expeditionary Force) didn't see any combat till the very last days and hours of the war. Yeah yeah there are a couple of battles like Bellow Woods etc but the over all contributions from us Americans was very very limited and like I was saying earlier command wasn't ready to toss our soldiers to their deaths in the same way the brits and the French were doing but thags what the war was and America didn't have the stomach for it till it was basically punked to show its mettle in combat.
I'm not saying we didn't fight I'm not saying we weren't in any battles I'm just simply saying we blow a lot of smoke up everyone's ass about how badass we were and if we didn't show up in a European war it would have dragged on,,,,wrong!!!!!!! Our limited involvement and shallow participation should show and prove to people we were not needed in any capacity for that war to end as ot was being settled at that time as ot was. I know my statement and Comme t is going to trigger a lot of Americans who's pride just got butthurt, I love America I love the idea of America but that doesn't mean we are the best or are the answer to everything we need to learn to shrink our heads a bit and realize we are not top dog on the planet most of our reputation before WWI was one of isolationism not till after WWI did American become the police force of the world

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JB Robertson 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

In Canada November 11, is called Remembrance Day. Thanks for the video it was very well done

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Jonathan 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

I guarantee you them harbor boys didn't see a minute of action I guarantee you that just because your president's son or senator's son should they should have got treated no different than any other soldier that was in the trenches that's the hierarchy in any country for you don't even share the real truth that's why I hate watching documentaries like yes I stopped watching them at this point because the people that done it is too retarded to the true story of War they never showed the bloodiest tough as fault in both wars I don't care if you're a damn common soldier or the richest man in the world's man son I will treat you no different I will care if you was a king or a queen sign you wouldn't get treated different if you would people like me would route you out make you quit stupid people like that will get you killed

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Red FX 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

Imagine doing this with having the high casualties and your civilians starving like Germany. Then imagine doing it again, with the majority of your people being all about it.

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Doree Kaplan 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

Thank goodness animals are no longer serving, dying for men. If women ran the country or world there would be an END TO WAR

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Clarke Foco 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

My wife's grandfather ended up in Russia after the world. The really sad part is that after the war, they were left there to die. Fortunately, several congressional representive went to bat for them after relatives informed of the travesty . They were saved because the pressure . They were the only men to fight in Russia. Look it up. Most were from Michigan.

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Cecil B Demento 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

Yet another case of the US shitting on those whom it uses to fight its bogus wars while congress lines its pockets. SHAMEFUL

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K. Leo 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

The casualty numbers were epic.

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bob brooks 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

My grandfather was 18yrs old in 1914 and by 1917 he could not enlist due to his job in the Mach, tool ind.

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Rick Evans 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

My grand father was in France during ww1 Shafter that he never expected anything intelligent from the government it was the war to end all wars that drafted my father for the next one he did hold that and the death of his brother against the idiots he just kept milking the cows early in the morning and sending the dog to go out to collect them in the evening if they were tardy comming in for the evening milking. The cows have to be milked and will end up as steaks your brother and children should no have to get in the same line he never got his victory bonus he was promised. Every Saturday the rumor was the war was ove nobody believed it after a while

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James George 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

both my great uncle and great grandfather was in World War l they were in the US Army in 1918 they were cherokee code talkers.

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JG 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

The assassination of Francis Archduke Ferdinand wasn’t ready sole cause, just a courtesy note.

This was an exceptional history video. Thank you for providing

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shadow king13 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

Does anyone know the titles of the music pieces used in the background?

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Rustsamurai1 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

By my estimation, a surprisingly well put together documentary, for an American market. Thank you for this contribution.

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Vida Cupcake 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

I am Spaniard American from Violence and Native American. Spain has a big problem all around the world with their greed and lust for rape of indigenous women that made their fortunes. Genocidal psychopaths.

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Lindsay Johnston 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

Italian Grandfather left Italian army due to atrocities in Tripoli war Came to America fought WWI Paternal Grandfather fought for Canadians So much death young lives ended

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Zimson H 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

God keep Alan Seeger, a true hero. No BS propaganda, or tall tales. Just a selfless act to fight in the defence of a country he loved. That kind of heroism transcends the ages.

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Elizabeth W McLean 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

Both of my grandfathers fought in WW 1. My father’s father was wounded at Belleau Wood by artillery fire, then was gassed with mustard gas in the ambulance as he was being evacuated. He always said, “Some days it don’t pay to get up in the morning.”

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Brandon Francois 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

what i love most about this is this is bill himself from kill bill voicing it <3

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Mike Turenne 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

good piece of work

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Zack Jones 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

The soldiers are brave. But I don't care what you say the horses were far braver what those animals seen, running into the path of machine gun fire pulling massive heavy artillery and getting stuck in the horrible muck and barbed wire. 8 million horses died in ww1 mistreatment of them was common as well. They should of been given medal of honour for the extraordinary valour. Watch war horse absolutely amazing film about the story of Joey the war horse and his journey through the war it makes me tear up so badly but such good story

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gail handschuh 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

Our family was in the lucky group. All grandfathers were born too early all too old to serve. Yet they and my parents were born during the Great Depression and survived as farmers till after the start of WW 2. Most born in Britain or per Nazi Germany. We as a family have somehow ended up either as too old or young for all of the wars.but, my dad was a navigator in WE 2. And missed Kate’s and Viet Nam.we figure GOD had land for all of us. Never made millions but we all lived very comfortable lives overall.

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Kevin Johnson 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

David Carradine’s Narration is boss. This guy really reps us correct .

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Christophe Ghesquier 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

I live by Saint-Quentin, France. I am always impressed to see the rise of the american flag over the American Somme military cemetery at Bony, where I often go. This one is the tiniest of every US cemeteries, not known as Belleau-Wood. However there lie soldiers from every state, regular army and national guards units together.

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xCaptxCrunchx 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

It’s hard for me to get into the understanding of WW1 just because of the low quality of videos and pictures that exist of the first Great War but this documentary does a fantastic job at keeping you captivated for two hours. Once I got to the “I have a Rendevouz with Death” poem, I was hooked.

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2flygreat tv 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

Did he change the videi?

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Bex Hill 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

just a continuation of that filthy propaganda..shame and a curse on you.

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shelby brashear 22/02/2022 - 7:55 Chiều

My grandfather was in WW1. The only story iv heard about him over there was he told his CO to go to hell and had to pull tree stumps. Lol

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