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Answer the two questions. Q1: What does this film show about the war? What doesn't it show?What impression would it give the people watching it back home?How would this compare to the experience of the soldiers at the front? This film was recorded among the British Army at the Western Front and screened in Britain in 1916. Due to the limitations of camera equipment at the time, cameras were stationary, which limited what they could record. Camera operators also had to stay out of harm's way to avoid becoming casualties themselves. This was a silent film so you will see title cards with text for several seconds between shots. Watch segments of the film (it is fine to skip around) including some of the following timestamps: marching with shovels (8:25) artillery (9:15) howitzers (a type of gun) and explosions (16:20) setting up machine guns (29:30) the attack (30:45) wounded and prisoners (44:23) a trench (50:45) destroyed terrain (54:20) German dead (55:33) more destruction (59:42) Q2: READ THIS POEM THEN AMSWER THIS QUESTION : What emotions does Sassoon express in this poem? How does Sassoon feel about being home in England under treatment for shell shock? How does he feel about fighting at the front? Siegfried Sassoon,"Sick Leave." 1918WHEN I'm asleep, dreaming and lulled and warm,They come, the homeless ones, the noiseless dead.While the dim charging breakers of the stormBellow and drone and rumble overhead,Out of the gloom they gather about my bed.They whisper to my heart; their thoughts are mine. Why are you here with all your watches ended?From Ypres to Frise we sought you in the Line.In bitter safety I awake, unfriended;And while the dawn begins with slashing rainI think of the Battalion in the mud.When are you going out to them again?Are they not still your brothers through our blood?'

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