• WWI generals when they gain 20
yards of land and only lose 35,000
soldiers
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    • What’s the price...of a mile...? THOUSANDS OF FEET MARCH TO THE BEAT, IT’S AN ARMY ON THE MARCH!
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    • Still mad about that halftime show tho
      Excoriate 27 may
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    • Random Fact: Did you know that 100% of soldiers in WWII were men? So many French men died in WWI that severely affected their birth rate.
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    • When some crazy yank hops in your trench, slam fires 5 rounds at your buddies then proceeds to stab you with the sword affixed to the end of his barrel
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    • These politicians that wanna start wars should be put in a room and should fight to the death. Why tf should I get drafter when my vote doesn't even count( from Guam)
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    • The French lost during WW2 not due to them being cowards but due to their whole military strategy being centered around what happened in ww1 happening again
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    • Imagine just being sent out in a war where your likelihood of death is like 60% 😂
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    • Lest we forget
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    • opal407 27 may
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    • Ww1 was a completely pointless shit show. Change my mind
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    • Some of you may die...
      JPSousa 27 may
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    • Price of a Mile anyone?
      Nap_God 27 may
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    • And the judgement has began, nowhere to run, father and son fall one by one, FIELDS OF VERDUN!!!
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    • People forget how bad the world wars were.. Today we loose 1-10 soldiers a day, not 1 per minute....
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    • What's the price of a mile?
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    • Brits when they forced injured men to shoot people suffering from ptsd
      Hiroye3to 29 may
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    • 6 miles of ground has been won, half a million men are gone
      Kirknay 29 may
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    • 90℅ Casualty Rate: V I C T O R Y
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    • And how well I remember that terrible day, how our blood stained the sand and the water And of how in that hell that they called Suvla Bay, we were butchered like lambs at the slaughter
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    • ‘The only reason prohibition passed was because the women voted for it while the men were off fighting ww1’ Milton Friedman
      Pilate 27 may
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    • “Tell me, what’s the price of a mile?”
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    • PorkSword 27 may
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    • When you make it to the next trench without getting atomized by artillery, getting shredded by a hail of enemy fire or having your lungs vaporized and your skin melting off by lethal gas
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    • I mean one of the first lines in the songs is | it’s the thrill of one more kill
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    • Look up Battle of the Somme the British lost 20,000 men in one day
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    • Cue Sabaton - Price of a Mile
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    • They are called the lost generation for a reason
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    • Paschendale niggas be like
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    • “5 years ago. . . I lost 30,000 men in the blink of an eye”
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    • Also WWI generals:
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    • Vietnam generals were worse. They would lose double the men to get 5 yards of land, only to abandon it a couple of days later
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    • Like this to die instantly
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    • i see this as an absolute win!
      t0ga 27 may
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    • MrJack 1 jun
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    • 99% casualty rate: VICTORY
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    • Ww1 was pointless
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    • “It takes 30,000 casualties to train a major general”
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    • Sounds like an easy day with the imperial guard
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    • The price of a mile
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    • Oh god im getting flashbacks NEIN AMERICANS HANS GET DAS GUN AHHH
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    • 20 yards of land > 50,000 teenagers
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    • I used to watch only this scene over and over at FULL BLAST on my grandmas TV for hours and hours
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    • You should look up pachendaell (don’t know the spelling) 550,000 soldiers died to advance 6 miles
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    • "You tossed away lives in Gallipoli like they were Scraps off your plate".
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    • For real, WW2 casualties were horrible. Reclaiming land and controlling choke points for supplies was key to winning though. God bless everybody who died in that horrific fucking war.
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    • Too soooooooon
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    • What's the price of a mile
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    • They barely played this episode and it's one of the best
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    • Thousands of feet march to the beat, it’s an army on the march. Long way from home, paying the price in young men’s lives.
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    • Fun fact: America was in WWI for only one year, and lost twice as many soldiers (116,000) as it did in the entirety of Vietnam (58,000). There is no American national memorial for WWI.
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    • same goes for the other side chief, war was fought differently
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    • Still mad about the halftime show
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    • Oh buddy it’s so much worse than that
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    • There was a hill the French and British soldiers fought for three years and never took. Americans took it in a day. Casualties are like 35-70k (I heard this from a professor so don’t quote me)
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    • Fuck you no lewd or furry comments allowed
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    • American marines would quadruple that with only 50 men
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    • It's called a Phyrric victory.
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    • Somme peeks around corner
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    • This is literally the price of a mile by sababton
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    • Actually that would have been quite the victory considering they typically only managed to gain a few inches worth of ground
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    • 99% CASUALTY RATE V I C T O R Y
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    • Cause they don't give a shot as long as they win something its perfect. I see this as a perfect win
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    • The siege of Vraks in a nutshell lol
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    • Hamburger hill headass
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    • I see this as an absolute win
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    • The price of a mile..
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    • Death korps of kreig be like
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    • “Victory is not measured by loss. It is measured by gain.” -Menendez
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    • Russian Generals: We didnt lose enough men. Better luck next time
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