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    World War One

    Over head picture of the town of Passchendaele in 1916



    Same town but 1 year later



    Th photos were taken from the air using cameras like these


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    That's a lot of destruction...you could say that, the artillery business was...booming? yeahhhhh

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    I'll never understand why video games are made of World War 2 but not World War 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Black Wolf View Post
    I'll never understand why video games are made of World War 2 but not World War 1.
    It was mostly trench warfare where the men were slaughtered. Every so often the allies would send a couple thousand men to their imminent deaths by sending them "over the top" the Germans just waited for this and mowed everyone down with machine gun fire. Rinse and repeat.

    There were however secret tunnel operations that took well over a year to complete in which the allies dug under the German positions and placed tonnes and tonnes of explosives and blew the lot up. Some of the craters exist to this day and can be seen from the air.

    http://goo.gl/maps/1Q8J0



    Quote Originally Posted by podsaurus View Post
    That's a lot of destruction...you could say that, the artillery business was...booming? yeahhhhh
    Last edited by keefy; 06-18-2013 at 18:08.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keefy View Post
    It was mostly trench warfare where the men were slaughtered. Every so often the allies would send a couple thousand men to their imminent deaths by sending them "over the top" the Germans just waited for this and mowed everyone down with machine gun fire. Rinse and repeat.

    There were however secret tunnel operations that took well over a year to complete in which the allies dug under the German positions and placed tonnes and tonnes of explosives and blew the lot up. Some of the craters exist to this day and can be seen from the air.
    They could still make a first or third person shooter about World War 1. They could have you dunk behind trenches as cover and have gun fights in the tunnels.

    If I were a new developer for the PS4 or multi platform dev, that's a game I would make and I would make a lot of money off of it because World War 1 games are rare.

    Any way, will let you get back on topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keefy View Post
    It was mostly trench warfare where the men were slaughtered. Every so often the allies would send a couple thousand men to their imminent deaths by sending them "over the top" the Germans just waited for this and mowed everyone down with machine gun fire. Rinse and repeat.

    There were however secret tunnel operations that took well over a year to complete in which the allies dug under the German positions and placed tonnes and tonnes of explosives and blew the lot up. Some of the craters exist to this day and can be seen from the air.

    http://goo.gl/maps/1Q8J0





    Not only that but WW2 had more historical meaning behind it for the US. But for the most part you are correct


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    That is a pretty incredible picture. Shows the massive destruction and evil that happened during that world war and the other.

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    WW1 is very interesting to me. Not sure why, though. I'm just fascinated with the 1910s-1920s.

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    Goes to show, that the world is still in this world war and it really has never stopped
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    Quote Originally Posted by claud3 View Post
    Goes to show, that the world is still in this world war and it really has never stopped
    Elaboration required.
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    the last hand full of wars are really world wars, look at it this way

    You fight a war these days and the world suffers
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