All Quiet on the Western Front (1930): A Teacher's Militarist Speece

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The clip A Teacher's Militarist Speece from All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) Thirty thousand. From th...
The clip A Teacher's Militarist Speece from All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) Thirty thousand. From the Russians? No, from the French. From the Russians we capture more than that every day. Mr. Postman. War is war and schnapps is schnapps, and business must go on. You didn't leave the mail yet this morning. Ah, I'm sorry, Mr. Meyer. Hello, Himmelstoss. Anything for us today? No, no, Master Peter. Oh, there must be something. Here, here you go, young lad. There. This is the last mail I deliver anyhow. What? Tomorrow I change uniforms. You're going in the army? Yes, I was called. I'm a sergeant in the reserves, you know. I'll be called myself, if it doesn't end in a few months. It will, though. I'm sure you're right, Mr. Meyer.
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