• Art and music produced at
the beginning of World War I:
Art and music produced
at the end of World War I:
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    • Isn't that bottom song the last thing that the original voice axtor of Iroh did for the show? Or was it the first thing his replacement did?
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    • Only the dead have seen the end of war
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    • FoxyFun 27 jun
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    • In flanders fields, the poppies blow. Between the crosses row on row.
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    • Ww2 was worst for the civilians ww1 was worst for the soldiers and what they have seen and endured
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    • I wish we got a longer version of leaves from the vine, but at the same time some things are better left short and sweet
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    • *tearing up* Its a Long Way to Tipperary, Its a Long Way to Go. Its a Long Way to Tipperary, to the Sweetest Girl I Know. Good Bye Piccadilly, Farewell Lestcher Square. Its a Long Long Way to Tipperary but My Hearts Right There.
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    • Fuck yeah ww1 feature
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    • Siegfried Sassoon wrote some interesting poems from his time from WW1. Suicide in The Trenches, Dreamers, Christ and The Soldier, and more.
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    • You can not tell me that WW1 isnt the most poetically relevant war we have had, or that Tolkien didnt create the most brilliant metaphor for not only the war but for humanity as a whole.
      OrtuIgnis 27 jun
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    • I’m personally a huge fan of WWI poetry - it’s the first time war wasn’t glorified and instead the soldiers were able to write first hand about how awful it was - my favorite is ‘Dulce Et Decorum Est’ by Wilfred Owen
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    • That’s because the music before the war was used to convince kids to join the military and fight. The music and arts afterwards were a way of coping with the horrifying things that happened during the war. Read a few books from that time period. They are grotesquely discriptive. There’s one 1/2
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    • Here you go
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    • I prefer avatar cringe memes to literal porn
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    • In Flanders Fields the popies grow. Between the crosses row on row. That mark our graves set in the sky. The lark still bravely singing "fly". Scarce hear amid the guns below. "We are the dead" short days ago. We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow. Loved and were loved, and now we lie..
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    • It's a long long way to Tipperary, but my heart's right there.
      Setesh 27 jun
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    • It's a long way to Tipperary, it's a long way to go. It's a long long way to Tipperary, to the sweetest girl i know.
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    • We really are trying to milk this song until it loses all meaning aren’t we?
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    • EllieJoel 27 jun
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    • In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we 1/2
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    • Anyone else feel kinda annoyed by continuous avatar features, like let the fans enjoy but don’t just milk tf outta it,at least spread them out
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    • Soldier boy, made of clay, now an empty shell. 21 only son, but he served us well
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    • i’ve seen 3 features so far and all have been avatar they aren’t funny stop spamming them
      AforApple 27 jun
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    • 159 “memes” later and haven’t even exhaled through my nose forcefully
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    • Over There vs. Hanging on the Old Barbed Wire
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    • I don’t know why they don’t make more ww1 movies. It’s all ww2. 1917 was by far one of the best war movies of all time and more need to be made about the great war
      send_bobs 28 jun
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    • WW1 was gruesome... i hope the world never has to see anything like it again. But seeing as though history repeats itself over and over again, im sure it will happen over and over again
      Jungler 27 jun
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    • "wir sind verloren" Comes to mind immediately
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    • 🎶I am a poor wayfaring stranger. I'm walking through this world of whoa. Yet there's no sickness, toil, nor danger, in that bright land to which I go. I'm going there to see my father. I'm going there, no more to roam. I'm only going over Jordan. I'm only going over home.🎶
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    • It’s because after that war everything changed. War had always been bloody and brutal but this one was the first time the conflict pulled much of the civilized world into the middle, everyone’s picking a side, and the first time war was mass produced thanks to the industrial revolution, we made
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    • This is the way the world ends This is the way the world ends This is the way the world ends Not with a bang but with a whimper
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    • Flanders field was the leaves from the vine of WWI
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    • Part 3 Joseph Joestar>Uncle Iroh
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    • MyEyeess 28 jun
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    • The beginning of an anime episode versus the end
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    • I like Poor Wayfaring Stranger from the movie 1917. One of the best war movies I've seen.
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    • Flanders Fields
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    • fasd47 27 jun
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    • Music during the Vietnam war >
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    • Have you news of my boy Jack? ” Not this tide. “When d’you think that he’ll come back?” Not with this wind blowing, and this tide
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    • Dulce et decorum est propatria mori
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    • Oo
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    • It's almost like the first war that turned war from just games nobles and the rich play to something that I can only use the word horror but I don't think a word will ever be good enough
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    • In Flanders fields
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    • Otaco77 27 jun
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    • Battlefield 5 was good
      Wiffle 28 jun
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    • dkbassin 28 jun
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    • Little Soulja boy, come marching home
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    • The first song has been stuck in my head all day, and now it’s back. Thanks
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    • I came here for laughs, now I leave with feels
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    • It’s not that sad
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    • chaotic98 27 jun
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    • it's a long way to mukumbura is a great song
      dbshdjdj 27 jun
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    • Hahah ww1 meme I like ww1 cuz I’m special the Kaiser didn’t like our shotguns hah. (I hate liking history)
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    • content not available more
      Grimp 28 jun
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    • Guys look it’s another avatar feature come on guys its so funny and original right guys right?
      Rose_ 27 jun
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    • The first song is based of paradise city
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    • another avatar meme.....great
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    • It's a long way to Tipperary, it's a long way to go. It's a long way to Tipperary, to the sweetest girl I know! Goodbye to Piccadilly, farewell Leicester square! It's a long long way to Tipperary, but my heart's right there!
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    • Tru
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    • In Flander’s fields the poppies grow between the crosses row on row that mark our place, and in the sky the larks still, bravely singing, fly scarce heard amidst the guns below. We are the dead. Short days ago we lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, loved and were loved, and now we lie in Flander’s
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    • Why are you the way that you are
      Patriot_ 30 jun
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    • Why does leaves from the vine always give me the chills? Like f u c k dude.
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    • The music has turned itself into, zie hue, wha pueo pueo, be fung xiao xiao
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    • It's a long long way to mukumbura but the crowds are fighting there
      RE3E3 30 jun
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    • DON’T MAKE ME CRY AGAIN
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    • In Flanders Field...
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    • Yeah because you totally remeber world war 1 art
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    • Tales of be sing se was best ep
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    • The Wayfaring Stranger may have been published before WW1 but damn does it fit with the horrible and melancholic effects war has for those who go through it
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    • Oh no not again
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    • F’s in the chat bois
      Uhzoni 30 jun
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    • How dare you make this a meme
      Punker666 30 jun
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    • Wo Alle Strassen Enden.
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    • It's even sadder when you find out, the original voice actor for iroh passed away after the episode he sings that song, they wrote it for him
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    • In Flanders fields
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    • I can hear it now
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    • WW2 may have had more casualties but WW1 was by far more hellish because of how concentrated it was.
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    • Grave of the fireflies
      SissyKara 29 jun
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    • Theres ww1 songs
      Twunk 29 jun
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    • Everybody gangsta until Iroh sings Leaves from the Vine
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    • Except for the Americans we used "OVER THERE" for both WWI and WWII and never got sad with it.
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    • Gets me every time
      Lala611 29 jun
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    • Waltzing Matilda
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    • Take me down to pradaside city where are pretty
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    • I wish they showed what happened at ba sing se
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