The reality of what people like Paul Jarrett went through in WW1 is so far from my reality in 2006. My reality of a trench is one that is to be filled with flowers or vegetables or maybe a pipe to divert water but the thought of living, shooting, screaming, bleeding, and dieing in a trench makes my stomach turn. I send a prayer and a thank you to everyone who fought in one of those trenches and a prayer that trenches now only get used in a positive way. This film captures a time of true hardships and stories that I hope we will never forget. As the trenches are now covered over with dirt, weeds and time it is almost easy to think that those battles in the trenches never happened, with Mr. Jarretts comments and reflections those trenches are reopened. The modern wars and modern equipment still bring the same result...death and destruction. When will everyone in this world rise above hate and move forward in peace? Thank you for making this film! Alexa
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