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No Man's Land
Historian:Welcome to No man’s land in 1917 this is the American front in World War 1. We are going to hear a tale of four men that are trying to be resilient, but finding it very hard.
Soldier 1:I can’t take this anymore! The Germans have been shelling us all day and all night. At this rate we will never win the war. Soldier 2:Calm down we still have some artillery and guns left. Although we are dangerously low on food and ammunition.
The German trench
Medic 1:Were having a full scale attack tonight and I’m going out to help treat any wounded out by the trench. WWI is not being very kind to the men fighting. Hey are the bandages ready? Medic 2:Most of them are but we still have to wrap about… 20 more rolls for tonight. This is going to take awhile.
Soldier 1:Okay men, lets get ready to move out, grab your guns and ammunition. Soldier 2:Are you sure you are ready for this you seemed a little unstable back there. Soldier 1:Yeah i’m fine.
Historian:The men began their attack and found a way into the trench as some Germans came out but are quickly pursued by the germans in the trench. German:Wurden angegriffen, signalisieren die Männer! Historian:When you loosely translate it into English it says “Were being attacked signal the men!”
Soldier 1:Take the trench, kill the snipers, destroy the artillery, take the machine guns, we need to get more men in here. Move move move! Soldier 2:Sir should we shoot off a flare to let our men know they can move in. Historian:Now there you have it. A tale about four men finding resilience by taking part of a trench themself, not being bothered by explosions, winning the war in the end, and getting through the muddy landscape.
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