The clip How Do They Start A War? from All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) with William Bakewell, Harold Goodwin
Don't mind me.
Oh, that's all right. Don't mention it.
I could do with some more beans.
Go help yourself. There's more over there.
It's too far.
I wonder, when are we going back to the front?
It's enough to take away a man's appetite.
You know, if they're gonna march us in again tomorrow,
we ought to go see how Kemmerick is.
That's a good idea.
Let's do that.
How far is the dressing station?
About two miles.
We could take his things to him.
It seemed rotten to think of a thing like that happening to him,
a nice fellow like Kemmerick.
Ah, the French certainly deserve to be punished for starting this war.
Everybody says it's somebody else.
Well, how do they start a war?
Well, one country offends another.
How could one country offend another?
You mean there's a mountain over in Germany gets mad at a field over in France?
Well, stupid, one people offends another.
Oh, if that's it, I shouldn't be here at all.