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

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It was just a day's work.

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I knew that I was not alone,
I knew I wasn't fighting the war

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by myself and that what happened
to other people might happen to me.

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I had no regrets at all.

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But, you see, I had no wife,
no girl, no nothing.

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No regrets, no horrors...

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..because if you survive that,
you can survive anything.

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We was aware that there was
sort of a nasty feeling

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between England and Germany.

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We knew of the Kaiser's ambition
to expand his empire

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and all that sort of thing.

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During that summer, there was a lot
of talk about trouble

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going on in the Balkans,
but we were a long way

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from the Balkans
and it didn't worry us at all.

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It was that Serbia business,
wasn't it?

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Serbia, when that chap was shot.

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I was paying attention
to politics and I realised

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that there was going to be trouble
between England and Germany.

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It was a lovely
August the 4th morning.

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We were all seated around the table
and we were starting

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the Rugby football dinner
with the German team.

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There was a German here,
next to him was an Englishman,

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and next to him was a German,
and so on and so on.

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And a runner arrived into the middle
of this dinner

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with extraordinary news
of outbreak of war.

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There was a big placard -
"War declared on Germany."

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We didn't know what we ought to do.

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Whether we got to seize
a knife off the table

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and plunge it into the German
or what!

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But, after a little bit
of discussion, we decided

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that as far as we were concerned,
the war was going to start tomorrow,

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and the party proceeded.

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I'm proud of being a British hero.
I mean, I think we're as good

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a country as any in the world

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and you've got to be prepared
to fight for that.

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There's no doubt about it -

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in the First World War,
we prepared for war.

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The empire was strong,
we weren't afraid of anyone.

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Everybody bought little buttons
and white flags and sang songs,

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there was no feeling of despair
about it at all.

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England couldn't possibly lose,
no matter how many Germans pushed

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how many Englishmen into the
Channel, that they'd get no further.

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We couldn't possibly lose.

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We were brought up to think that one
Englishman was worth ten Germans.

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I thought that any enemy
of England was an enemy of mine

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and I wanted to be in it.

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Oh, 6 months or 12 months,
it would be all over

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and Bob's your uncle.

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I went with a friend of mine
to Shepherd's Bush Empire

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to see the picture show there
and they showed the fleet

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