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They shall not grow old / Вони більше не постаріють: весь фільм

Оригінал англійською Переклад українською

Smile, so your mother thinks
I'm looking after you.

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Coming up, coming up!

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The trenches weren't
in one straight line.

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They were built on what they call
a Travis System.

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The Travis would break up
the shellfire

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and stop it spreading right along
the trench.

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There was a front line of trenches

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and then there was a second line
of trenches.

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The support line would be about 50
yards or more behind the front line.

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In between, there would be
communication trenches

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so that they could move through
if the front line

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was under jeopardy.

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First impression I got
of the trenches was they were

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very much lived in.

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We had to take them
as we found them.

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You would see an overcoat
hanging from a wooden peg.

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You would see a mess tin
with some tea in it.

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A dugout, which had a piece
of blanket in it,

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a bed made of sandbags.

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Our world was divided
by no-man's-land,

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a sort of Iron Curtain,

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beyond which were bogey men who
would kill you if they ever saw you.

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As you look through your periscope,
all you could see were hundreds

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of shell holes, your barbed wire
and the German barbed wire.

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You could see dead bodies
hanging on the barbed wire

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and they may have been there
for a long, long time.

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It was one of the most desolate
looking places in the world.

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You never saw a sign of life,
and yet you knew very well that,

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within shouting range, there were
hundreds and hundreds of men.

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A platoon of about 50 men
would have about 100 yards

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of front line trenches
as their responsibility.

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There were signs
all over the trenches,

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Piccadilly Circus and Regent Street
and all that sort of thing,

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telling you where water points were

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and which was the
most dangerous part of the land

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with regard to snipers.

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You had to be extremely careful
because a bullet could go

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through one layer of
sandbags quite easily.

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I was talking to a bloke one day
and, pop,

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his head was bashed in like an egg.

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He just happened to be in a place
where a sniper could get an aim.

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We used to do
a four-day stint in a line.

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We took with us sufficient food
to last the four days.

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Go on, lads, give our love to Jerry.

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Mind yourselves out there.

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Your day would start before dawn
when NCOs would go round

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this 100 yards and
make sure everybody was alive.

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Of a day in the trenches,
you had two hours on, four off.

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A third of the people
were on sentry duty,

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a third working
and a third sleeping.

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