On the battlefield, the least important thing is motivation

Gennaro 2022-10-29 07:38:04

There are also good war movies worth recommending! "When Trumpets Fade", the real war is about close to this film, two groups of people who are terrified to the extreme are each shaking and fighting face to face, not to win but to survive, if you don't kill the opposite, you will be killed by the back, so That's it.

The most profound is the dialogue between Manning and the first company commander. The people above really understand war? They also had to walk around and act like captains.

It doesn't matter what the motive is, what matters is the choice at the critical moment. It's better to kill those who flinch from the battle, for example, when you have to organize an attack, choose to take the risk and kill the tank in advance, even if all this is just to have a greater chance of coming back alive.

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When Trumpets Fade quotes

  • Pvt. David Manning: I'm through with this. I'm getting out as soon as I can.

  • Pvt. David Manning: [Hands Capt. Zenek the dog tags of Lt. Lukas' platoon] You wanted to know the status of his platoon?

    Lieutenant Colonel: Just a minute soldier, you're treading dangerously close to a court-martial!

    Pvt. David Manning: That gets me out of here, right... sir?

    Lieutenant Colonel: You're Manning aren't you?

    Pvt. David Manning: What do you care?