Title: Gallipoli
Category: /Entertainment/Movies & Film
Details: Words: 1171 | Pages: 4 (approximately 235 words/page)
The film ‘Gallipoli' accurately describes the conditions of the battle of Gallipoli during World War I. First, it does a great job of capturing the atmosphere concerning the recruitment of the young men who served in the war. They where encouraged to join and ‘shirking your duty' was frowned upon. Second, the living conditions of the trenches where amazingly lifelike in their appearance. The trenches where probably the single most remembered facet of the Great …showed first 75 words of 1171 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1171 total…was unwilling to order his men to do something that he, himself wouldn't also do. If he was to order them to die, then he would die with them. It also gives you an insight how little the majority of British officers cared for the common soldier, particularly the Australians. Works Cited Weir, Peter. "Gallipoli", Mel Gibson, Mark Lee, Robert Grubb, Bill Kerr., 1981 Paul, Fussel. "The Great War" Ed. English Augustan Poetry. Oxford English Press., 1975

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