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The film Gallipoli accurately describes the conditions of the battle of Gallipoli during World War I First it does a great job of capturing the atmosphere concerning the recruitment of the young men who served in the war They where encouraged to join and shirking your duty was frowned upon Second the living conditions of the trenches where amazingly lifelike in their appearance The trenches where probably the single most remembered facet of the Great War Thirdly The British officers disdain towards the infantry was also replicated correctly The whole British officers mentality was that infantry was expendable and that the Australians were mere cannon fodder The movie touched on each of these points as well as gave us a real picture of how much this war was a massacre of men Public opinion in the world at the beginning of the war was cheerful and young men were looked upon to fight for many of the participating countries In the movie Arch and were encouraged to join the fight Going to war was looked upon as honorable They went without any idea of what it really was like or what could happen to them once they got there In the movie it appeared that the training wasnt taken seriously and it is doubtful it would have helped them had they been serious about it At one point the men all fell down pretending to be wounded to get out of work War was all about glory and honor These young men were filled with visions of seeing the world and fighting the good fight The whole situation parallels sending lambs to the slaughterhouse The trenches is where the real feeling of World War I can be attained They really give you an idea of how dangerous it really is stay hidden or be killed Fighting on the Gallipoli front was very close in many places The soldiers were close enough to
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