Nice one :)
Thank you Skeletor great videos, I couldn't agree with you more. I get a small cut on my finger and I feel like calling in sick for work the next day lol. Or maybe it's because it will give more time to play WT....
But you also have to remember that that era was a very harsh one that called out for hard/tough man and women.
they had to be though just to survive.
Every year at the 4th and 5th of may, here in the Netherlands we honor those who suffered and died to bring and give us freedom.
At the 4th of may at 20:00 hours we have 2 min of silence here in the Netherlands just to honor them people.
"Every one of these cracks, every one of these chips holds an epic story.You can try to take us down, but there is a reason we're still standing strong."
War Thunder Sgt
When I have children I will make a strong effort to teach them about the history and to take nothing for granted. Most of all the respect for our elders. Because without there sacrifice we wouldn't be here. In Canada we honor our veterans and our fallen November 11th and at 11 am we stop and remember. Even if we are watching TV the stations stop for 1 min. I and many Canadians wear a poppy flower on our jackets as respect. I get mine every year from a veteran. If you like I can gladly send you one. ;)
Those were some awesome videos to watch. Really cool to read about the different traditions countries have for honoring all our men and women at arms. In the U.S. as a whole there is a wreath laid at the Tomb of the Unknowns at 11:00 am and then there is a procession in the memorial amphitheater, but as a whole I don't think a lot of people truly respect veterans the way they should be treated or care all that much which is just a real shame considering all they give for each and every one of us citizens. That's not to generalize everyone because a lot of people do care as well.
Short version of above: Thank you to all vets and really cool videos guys.
Very nice, enjoyed watching it ;)