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    • When honor and a man’s word actually meant something
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    • With the exception of chemical warfare and the like, WWI was surprisingly humane, having an occasional ceasefire so both sides can retrieve the dead, an actual ceasefire around Christmas where Both sides got together before continuing the war. Then loser went back in time after playing pong
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    • Robert Campbell asking the Kaiser to leave 1915 (colorized)
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    • You're talking about the last war people were allowed to retrieve their fallen without getting shot at.
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    • I mean there's being a honorable gentleman, then there's being a complete fucking idiot
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    • Y’all in the comments calling him an idiot when in reality he did it so the Germans would continue to grant this favor for others in the future. If he had never returned, they never would have let anyone else leave. Some people do think about others yknow
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    • All these people who think WW1 had noon's🙄
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    • To everyone saying “durr- why did he go back” if he hadn’t returned the Germans would have most likely executed some of his men and sent him direct word of what he had caused
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    • Campbell: *walks by a British trench*. British private: Campbell you're back! Campbell: *continues walking to German trench*.
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    • I hate how people think the Germans were bad guys in WW1, their were really no bad guys, it was just a giant mess that sent millions of young men to their graves
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    • World War I is my favorite war because of stuff like this. It was a war filled with respect and humanity
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    • This is missing the best part. He said he returned so that other officers might be afforded the same treatment, and then once he returned he said he was honor bound to try and escape.
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    • Just because Kaiser was the bad guy, does not mean he is a bad guy
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    • Everyone commenting about noons, on a post referencing WW1, is gonna vote one day.
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    • Back in the days when men on both sides of war had honor
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    • During ww1, the Germans were actually very respectable and humane to the prisoners (relatively)
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    • It’s cause they didn’t have violent video games
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    • Both sides used to come out of the trenches on Christmas and chill and exchange gifts
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    • Back when wars were actually fought for something of meaning.
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    • Honor back in the day when a man's word was the most valuable thing a man had.
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    • WWI was the bridge between the honorable “gentlemen”’s war and the ruthless modern war. That’s not saying war hasn’t always been hell.
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    • "Im leaving this way" "Just be back by bedtime" "ok"
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    • A soldiers honor meant something back in the day.
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    • WW1 wasn't a "bad country Germany" issue. And if you look at it, you can't blame the Germans for starting WW2. They got fucked and wanted unfucked. It's Adolf that took shit too far
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    • Speech: 100
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    • That's a real man right there, alot of people wouldn't understand today.
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    • To everyone who’s saying he’s stupid, read the comments first. POWs were treated as bad In WW1, and if he escaped then would be sent back to war and probably died, but in prison he would live through the war guaranteed
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    • He Lived through WW1 , Fought in WW2 then Retired Dying at the Age of 81
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    • Apparently the reason he came back was because he was afraid that if he didn't keep his promise the guards wouldn't be so lenient with the other prisoners being held there.
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    • They were the enemy, not monsters
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    • Back when a man's word was as good as gold.
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    • To everyone, yes bad things happened in both the world wars, and bad things were done, but there was still much more honor and mutual respect for your enemies than you see now
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    • Prob terms of this was other prisoners to be executed if he didn’t return
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    • He was in the UK tho he could’ve just stayed and they wouldn’t track him down
      johnanor a month
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    • If I'm remembering correctly, prisoners in Germany during WW1 were treated remarkably well.
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    • He obviously wanted to gets mom’s secret recipe for Campbell’s Soup.
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    • nothing should come between a man and his momma, not even war.
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    • In both world wars, the British and German soldiers actually got along fairly well personally, as they had a whole lot in common and neither really wanted to fight. It was the leadership that made the wars as bad as they were
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    • If you ever watch the film "They Shall Not Grow Old", you'll see a lot of film from the war of British and German soldiers talking to each other, laughing, trading cigarettes, even helping wounded enemies
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    • Probably said “yes we’ll let you go, who are your closest friends here in the camp? Ya if you don’t come back you’ll never see them again. Oh tell your mom we say waaazzzaaaa-she should remember us lmao but no for real sorry she’s dying.”
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    • kanep0e 20 aug
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    • People remember Germany as evil but really it was because of loser, loser's evil image was casted over all germans and military, not all german officers were bad, they were under orders, or else they'd die aswell
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    • Respect to both sides
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    • WWI was another time. A time in which man was not driven by hate but the knowledge that as long as humans rule over each other, we must keep secure the ideals of our individual societies. But brotherhood, brotherhood is universal.
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    • Yeah, WW2 was a little more unhinged
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    • Thats like leaving school for an appointment, going to McDonald’s and having to come back.
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    • Good to see people had honor
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    • In 1915 the horrors that war would become had not yet been realized. It really was a gentleman’s war
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    • Germany had honor during WWI
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    • What a fucking lad
      Whammu 20 aug
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    • True, then he escaped. When ask why he returned only to escape he said he gave his word as an officer and gentleman he would return.
      vontar 20 aug
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    • This is like when you are playing with nerf guns with your friend and you are pinned but then your mom calls you to do a chore
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    • Them Germans are good people. Some say they were the nicest during the 40s
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    • And that's how you earn the respect of your enemies. I bet anyone who fucked with him got a Shawshank Boggs treatment.
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    • You are bad guy but that does not mean you are bad guy
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    • Officers Honor is something that used to be always respected. And should still be today, but isn’t always
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    • Because professionals have standards
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    • Kaiser Wilhelm was a pretty good guy
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    • Apparently he returned because if he didn't then they'd never let anyone else go to see their dying relative. So he went through that to help others
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    • Doesn’t make up for the whole WW2 thing but y’know baby steps Germany... baby steps.
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    • There were probably condition if he didn't return.
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    • Professionals have standards
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    • Britain later thanked Germany with the treaty of Versailles 1919
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    • Because he was an officer, it was his duty to his men to return, or else they would have quite likely been executed
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    • “Can I go out through here?” “Ok just be back by bed time.”
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    • Truly an officer and a gentleman
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    • Two war stories in row??
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    • They see him going home and all Campbell's Homies like Yo where TF you been homie? Campbell be like locked up Foo. I'm commin to see my mom's then boutta go back being a prisoner. Campbell's Homies like: noon! WTF?!😐😐👏👏
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    • The last war that had honor
      Riverdude 20 aug
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    • WWI Germany had class
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    • There was no reason for World War 1. Everyone painted the Germans as monsters, then blamed them for the war. Plunged Germany into a depression. And this is what spawned a leader like loser.
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    • And people say Germany was evil during WWI. They got dragged into it the same way everyone else did
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    • This was before the rule of the 3rd Reich never would have happened 2 decades later
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    • I would not post hentai in the comments of such a wholesome post
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    • Daily reminder that there were no bad guys in ww1
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    • If it’s true, that man has one of the biggest hearts and mind for honor I’ve ever seen. Sure to those who care only for themselves they would consider it stupid. But if you looked at it that there are probably many out there who may be in the same issue, it’s understandable why he would come back.
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    • Proof that there were no "bad guys" in WWI
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    • PorkSword a month
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    • Even though they were enemies. They had respect for each other... this is something that we dont have today
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    • Germany wasn’t the bad guy in WWI when you think about it, they just were a part of a shitty alliance that didn’t take no for an answer
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    • Professionals have standards
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    • Germany: sends poison gas that wrecks lungs in a very painful death. Also Germany: shoTGuns aRE InhuMANe
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    • WW1 the last war of honour
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    • WWI was like the world was still.. Innocent.. Like a mid-teen. Its had a few scuffles and been shitty, but had some good traits. And the war was lile finding his dad dead on the floor. It traumatized the planet, showed them how dark it all could really be. And weve never been the same since*
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    • In WW1 in France the Germans, French and British had somewhat of an unofficial ceasefire until the Americans showed up. Some Germans where getting water from a stream and some Marines opened up on them and it just caused a big snowball effect in the sector around verdun and belleu Wood
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    • How does one get back in to the prison camp? Is there a reception desk at the Western front?
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