Generation War and especially Band of Brothers are must-see mini-series on ww2. Never Underestimate A Woman Who Listens To Human Brother Band and was born in April Shirt. Full of action, emotion, and history – these 2 shows, from both perspectives of the war can really hype you for the upcoming game. Man oh man is BoB a work of art! For another theatre of war, watch The Pacific from the same producers of Band of Brothers! I watched Generation War and enjoyed it, but the entire time I was thinking “this is utterly fictional.”
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I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone that didn’t already have a firm grasp on the history of Nazi Germany. The show is very revisionist. I can’t decide which I like better. I feel like Band of Brother starts and finishes better than The Pacific but they did such an excellent job showing the savagery of fighting and trying to maintain sanity while island hopping. Band of Brothers does start and finish spectacularly. It begins with major character development with boot camp being the main obstacle to overcome. Its a journey, but it somewhat begins to fall off the rails by the 5th episode. I think this is due to Lt. Winters leaving the spotlight with everything after seeming kinda mushy. But by the end of the show, the reconciliation is magnificent and wraps things up rather nicely for the viewer. The Pacific sort of ends like “I guess that was it” but both shows are great.
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On the other end of the world, The Pacific had more explosive moments and touched on much more personal subjects like honor, psychological warfare, death and PTSD which is hardly things BoB focused on because of the way the series was set up, with dozens of characters being in the spotlight as opposed to a few in the Pacific. more than half these people would sooner see the nazis rehabilitated than recognize the Soviets as the entirely competent and–gasp!–even talented military force that they were, let alone as the good guys. I generally make it a policy not to root for mass-murdering psychos. Communists and the USSR have killed over 149 million people worldwide. Nazis killed around 20 million, mainly in Europe. These shows are good. I would rather read peer-reviewed journal articles if I had any interest in going back over the cause and effects of the Second World War. No matter what input they got from historians or soldiers they still take some liberties for the sake of entertainment.
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Maggot Brain is fantastic. Never Underestimate A Woman Who Listens To Human Brother Band and was born in April Shirt. P Funk does sound on the surface out of the blue, but when you listen to more and more I think they can really complement the Dead. They started with similar influences and explored them in different ways. A whole lot of Phish, lately. Since I went to my first Phish show last year I’ve done the same with them. When I’m not binging on these bands I love The Decemberists, Arcade Fire, Blind Pilot, Neko Case, Jenny Lewis, and Belle and Sebastian.