The Brutality of War

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mrShazam

mrShazam

2 ай бұрын

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mrShazam
mrShazam Ай бұрын
Series name: The Pacific Don't forget to Subscribe for more (if you want 🤙) One more scene for Pacific here: kzbin.info25wF8fDrrIc
Christopher Thrawn
Christopher Thrawn 5 күн бұрын
Hollywood. The Japanese were murdered millions
Lola Granados
Lola Granados 9 күн бұрын
@Mesih Burgaz 🕵
Mesih Burgaz
Mesih Burgaz 9 күн бұрын
such cunts movie's well made better but lied within cinema no lie they were taken badges and kicked out from militarry no boddy can hurt an unarmed man while movies are filled with trash
Khurshed Pirmatov
Khurshed Pirmatov 9 күн бұрын
Made in Japan
VICTOR ROSARIO
VICTOR ROSARIO 13 күн бұрын
@R D como la Puedo buscar en español Dios mío
Vex_Mistaken
Vex_Mistaken Ай бұрын
always remember, not every axis soldier was evil and not every allied soldier was good.
Paul Hawbaker
Paul Hawbaker 13 күн бұрын
Every allied soldier was good. Because they fought for good. We have no time for those who sleep under the blanket of freedom provided and then questions the manner in which it was provided.
Adamska Ocelot
Adamska Ocelot Ай бұрын
@Moko Koco an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind. You evil fucker
Fen
Fen Ай бұрын
I dunno after reading about the rape of nanking all I can say is I hope every Japanese solider from the war goes to hell or some form of hell and knows nothing but agony.
Ace Montana
Ace Montana Ай бұрын
Yes
kärnten macht
kärnten macht Ай бұрын
It's quite obvious today that the real evil won WWII
Ironmonkey103
Ironmonkey103 23 күн бұрын
Years ago, I had the privilege of working with the Japanese Navy. They were the friendliest people I had ever worked with. Their ships were so clean that you were afraid to walk on it's deck because it looked wet and slippery. They were cleaner then any American ship I have been on. When they left, they gave me a small bottle of Saki and a small Japanese flag. LOL I remember sitting in their galley watching lethal Weapon 1 in Japanese with their cook who was a boxer as well.
Japanadian
Japanadian 6 минут бұрын
@Andrew W don't forget what China is doing right now with their re-education camps!
Andrew W
Andrew W 31 минут бұрын
then remember what these most friendly people have done to people in Asia. don't mention the us and British camp .. they are same kind of people.
Andrew W
Andrew W 31 минут бұрын
then remember what these most friendly people have done to people in Asia. don't mention the us and British camp .. they are same kind of people.
Andrew W
Andrew W 32 минут бұрын
then remember what these most friendly people have done to people in Asia. don't mention the us and British camp .. they are same kind of people.
Xi Ping-Pong (Father of Chinese Corona Party )
Xi Ping-Pong (Father of Chinese Corona Party ) 5 сағат бұрын
wait for Japanese imperial army!!
Some random Shmuck 1122
Some random Shmuck 1122 Ай бұрын
“Please don’t join the goddamn infantry.” My dad, former US Marine
Ld7snake
Ld7snake 22 сағат бұрын
@Another day my friend has been out for years, he said the government does even have the common curtsey to use one let alone pull out. Now he just got hired by the VA 😂
mi7fncookies
mi7fncookies Күн бұрын
@Another day you’re
Helon
Helon 4 күн бұрын
​@Kermit The Frog save your patriotism. Your government does not care about you, if they did there wouldn't be so many charities dedicated to helping out us veterans.
jUan marcUz
jUan marcUz 4 күн бұрын
Your dad killed that jap
Timur Ismailovic
Timur Ismailovic 6 күн бұрын
Join the Airforce!
wereguy18
wereguy18 28 күн бұрын
Series: The Pacific Director: Tom hanks Run time: 10 episodes
jackand100 others
jackand100 others 7 күн бұрын
@Elijah Brown dude they are long ass episodes but yet I do wish there were more
KASOScotland
KASOScotland 19 күн бұрын
@Un Internauta Mas Aye, Tom Hanks voices Woody from Toy Story
Un Internauta Mas
Un Internauta Mas 19 күн бұрын
Wait, isn't that the one who gave Woody's voice?
BluStryke
BluStryke 19 күн бұрын
@Geoffrey O'Mara its not, you can buy the blu-ray at a best buy or online store though
David Colon
David Colon 19 күн бұрын
Best series ever
Akram Ahmed
Akram Ahmed 20 күн бұрын
‘War does not determine who’s right, but who is left’
the channel
the channel 2 күн бұрын
Empirical evidence would say otherwise
Stugna Bulah
Stugna Bulah 6 күн бұрын
Naw we whooped Japanese ass with a righteous revenge
Akram Ahmed
Akram Ahmed 10 күн бұрын
@draunt7 America was literally built off of hate and hard labor, whites killed native Americans in the past and colonized America, they also kidnapped west Africans and used them as slaves in America, they created racist laws that only benefit themselves but don’t benefit Blacks, Asians and Latinos. And there’s more. But to sum it up in a nutshell that’s the reason why white Americans hate people of colour , because they want people of colour to stay beneath them. They do what they do Because they think are the Policemen of the World! Their fricking government thinks it can go anywhere and force their democracy on whomever they want. But you notice this: they don't fuck with Russia, North Korea or China or any country that can nuke their ass. They stay away from them.
draunt7
draunt7 11 күн бұрын
Yup. Its why evil has managed to win and take over the planet. All the morally righteous people got killed off by evil people. Just look at how the US got colonized, genocided the indigenous, and then destroyed the land for profit.
Where’s My Grasses?
Where’s My Grasses? 16 күн бұрын
That reminds me of the BFG
monkeyboy018
monkeyboy018 Ай бұрын
I'll never forget the story of the failed kamikaze strike on the USS Missouri. Setsuo Ishino, from Okayama Prefecture was enlisted to the Japanese Air force at the age of 19 through mandatory service. He was drafted. On the day he left his parents wept because they knew it would be the last time they saw him alive. He was taught how to fly a plane, and given the order to fly it into a US battleship. He knew he would either die dishonorable as a traitor, or die by his own hands. He completed his mission, his cockpit strewn onto the deck of the USS Missouri. His body was salvaged from the wreckage. The soldiers onboard the Missouri gave him an honorable burial at the order of Captain William M. Callaghan. They sewed together a Japanese flag to drape over his body, and played Taps as his body was cast nto the Ocean forever. Later the pictures taken were shown to his loved ones, who again wept. They were deeply grateful that their son was shown so much respect by his enemies, but heartbroken that none was shown from their countrymen. War is hell. Nobody asks for it. Nobody wants it, but when people are thrown into the meat grinder you have to remember. They are just soldiers following orders. I know it's Hollywood, but sometimes the most compassionate thing is to reduce suffering, not prolong it.
MR EEEEEE!
MR EEEEEE! 3 күн бұрын
The dent from that attack is still visible to this day.
Aldo Williams
Aldo Williams 8 күн бұрын
Dang that’s a great story
Mai Quang Huy
Mai Quang Huy 18 күн бұрын
The captain understood that he was just a young boy, forced to die for nothing by his country. And he respected the young man's bravery for still doing it despite knowing it would probably lead nowhere but hiss death.
Astral verse
Astral verse 20 күн бұрын
​@Magnolia Mo same my friend same
CrniWuk
CrniWuk 20 күн бұрын
Hawkeye: War isn’t Hell. War is war, and Hell is Hell. And of the two, war is a lot worse. Father Mulcahy: How do you figure that, Hawkeye? Hawkeye: Easy, Father. Tell me, who goes to Hell? Father Mulcahy: Um, sinners, I believe. Hawkeye: Exactly. There are no innocent bystanders in Hell, but war is chock full of them - little kids, cripples, old ladies. In fact, except for a few of the brass, almost everybody involved is an innocent bystander.
Luis Gonzalez
Luis Gonzalez Ай бұрын
"People suck." -My dad
Deathfromabove
Deathfromabove 12 сағат бұрын
He was talking about your mom
मोहित चौहान
मोहित चौहान 6 күн бұрын
your dead is a legend
Serife Aslan
Serife Aslan 17 күн бұрын
"Im gonna get Milk ." -My dad 🤣🤣😂😂😂🤣🤣
Humberto Madrigal
Humberto Madrigal 19 күн бұрын
Smart man
Mane000 000
Mane000 000 19 күн бұрын
Wait do I have I son?
Maybe Baby
Maybe Baby 24 күн бұрын
I heard this from someone else but they said Band of Brothers is about the brotherhood of war, The Pacific is about the horrors of war. And Generation Kill is about the futility of war.
Tom
Tom 8 күн бұрын
​@Henk Schrader He specifically said *Generation Kill*
Henk Schrader
Henk Schrader 12 күн бұрын
@Maybe Baby oh well thx I'll look into it...
Maybe Baby
Maybe Baby 12 күн бұрын
@Henk Schrader No, Generation Kill is a book by Evan Wright during the second invasion of Iraq. He was embedded with Recon Marines. There's also a HBO series, I'd highly recommended it!
Mitchell Wright
Mitchell Wright 12 күн бұрын
@Donar Thiazi different shows, very, very similar meaning. Even more depressing because a story about human in the 40’s is almost the same as it was in ‘03.
Donar Thiazi
Donar Thiazi 13 күн бұрын
@Henk Schrader Lotta people said same thing
h0lywasabi
h0lywasabi 21 күн бұрын
“Grief changes shape, but it never ends.” - Keanu reeves
kal
kal 9 күн бұрын
damn that's a good one
Yacobshel El Shaddai
Yacobshel El Shaddai 15 күн бұрын
That’s a lie. Why are Hollywood actors treated like reputable life coaches with their own book of useless proverbs?
SWAGgrass
SWAGgrass 17 күн бұрын
He can definitely speak about grief
Byoungcheol Woo
Byoungcheol Woo 14 күн бұрын
This reminded me of a German officer who laid his life down to save an allied soldier form the landmines (himself got blown up), truly unfortunate this guy didn't get the same empathy or compassion in these horrible times of torture and painful deaths had got to many, by many hands of the allies and the axis.
Cemetery_Wind
Cemetery_Wind Ай бұрын
"War is where the young and stupid are tricked by the old and bitter into killing each other." - Niko Bellic
the channel
the channel 2 күн бұрын
No
Zack
Zack 5 күн бұрын
The Christmas truce of the battle of 1914 Could have ended the war after both sides partied together shared smokes / food an probably booze but both sides ended up walking back to their trenches/ fighting positions to battle the next day…. yeah see you later , it was nice meeting you was more like yeah I had fun while it lasted kill you later 🤣sheesh…
Christopher Kennedy
Christopher Kennedy 6 күн бұрын
Rip niko bellic
Toaze
Toaze 6 күн бұрын
​@Anon Wtf
Fiend
Fiend 7 күн бұрын
Stalin ignored and made friends with surrounding enemies and then get attacked and blame the soldiers who surrendered and executed by NKVD AT YOUR SERVICE
Black arrow
Black arrow Ай бұрын
Respect for the Japanese soldiers. They were true warriors and their devotion showed it.
AX!S V2
AX!S V2 9 күн бұрын
"War is fun for those who have not experienced it" -Some Call if duty cutscene
Mark Spits
Mark Spits Ай бұрын
This hits different.... this makes anyone watching feel evil and ill..
Damian Lamb
Damian Lamb 8 күн бұрын
​@Mark Spits absolutely! I will kill and destroy the enemy... War has no face, war has no God damn feelings... Lost my feelings a long time ago.
Arbidarb
Arbidarb 10 күн бұрын
@Car Fanatic I don't blame the German soldiers. It is unfortunate for them that they were forced to fight for Hitler, but there's no stopping Hitler without going through the German army. That doesn't un-justify the war.
Car Fanatic
Car Fanatic 11 күн бұрын
@Arbidarb Not all German soldiers fighting in WW1 and WW2 were bad. Many were forced to join otherwise Hitler would kill them and their families. If you want to blame someone for wars blame the government not the civilians who were forced to go to war.
Hole Hostage
Hole Hostage 14 күн бұрын
@Mark Spits because its how nature works. not all life matters, only the most important ones. everyone is just trying to survive with their own ways (some good ways and some bad). in nature its called a natural selection, it tries to leave only the best of the species. But don't worry, only the good side will survive. We all participate in a war directly or indirectly, because war still happens. War is not right, but its also not wrong, its a process all life forms must go through. If only the good survives then no war will ever happen. that's why we need war right now, to eliminate the bad.
Mr Ankles
Mr Ankles 14 күн бұрын
@rogelio armendariz no its not
ClaytoniusDoesThings
ClaytoniusDoesThings 21 күн бұрын
There were very few enemy soldiers who deserved such treatment. The German versions were easier to spot thanks to the Totenkoph insignia. The only German troops issued such insignia were Death Camp personnel. For the Japanese, it'd be harder to tell if someone was a regular recruit, or a war crime participant (like a participant in the Nanking Massacre).
potato works
potato works Ай бұрын
A true Soldier does fight not because he hates what’s in front of him, but because he loves what’s behind him. - gk Chester
Tyler Nielsen
Tyler Nielsen 11 күн бұрын
@S W yeah that's true!
S W
S W 12 күн бұрын
​@Tyler Nielsen may have used up to many of the good quotes early on and now have problems finding them.
Schizo Poster
Schizo Poster 16 күн бұрын
@The knight with the n-word pass they’re not neighbors, they’re other Germans.
The knight with the n-word pass
The knight with the n-word pass 16 күн бұрын
@Schizo Poster Doesnt answer my question.Germany invaded many neighbors,if anything the allies were very lenient
Schizo Poster
Schizo Poster 16 күн бұрын
@The knight with the n-word pass foreign LOL
Wolf
Wolf Ай бұрын
Достойный сын своего народа... Слава героям !
19deltascout
19deltascout Ай бұрын
It's unfortunate. It was a different time. Hard to imagine as every Japanese serviceman I have worked with has been incredible soldiers and people. Let us remain allies indefinitely
Lowkey Lokii
Lowkey Lokii 23 күн бұрын
You think this isn't literally still going on as we speak?
Nutech Services
Nutech Services Ай бұрын
In war, brutality and cruelty beyond convention are executed by those who do not respect nor honor humanity nor it's delicate condition. This is particularly true in wars against enemy combatants who do not hold to nor adopt "western" wartime codes of conduct and conventions, but are rather driven in their efforts to exterminate all people of other races and religions. This scene seems cruel in how it is drawn out, allied soldiers torturing the Japanese soldier, something strictly forbidden by military code, today. What this scene does not depict is the brutal and gruesome cruelty exerted on the Chinese and any other foreign people on their soil and in their paths by the Japanese in their quest for racial purity...falling in line with the other two members of the axis...ironically not of the same race. The utter despair this Japanese soldier shows here is just how war can be both personal and inhumane.
Mikey
Mikey 20 күн бұрын
'The Pacific' I loved this series and this scene is one of the ones that hurts the most to watch every time
Chris Libra
Chris Libra Ай бұрын
I love how after he mercy kills him a soldier says “hey, what did y’a do that for” as if he just broke his toy
Anthony Cone
Anthony Cone 21 күн бұрын
@Augustus Sol [Ina's 10th apostle of the twelve] its war dude. We all did shit we aint proud of, but at the end of the day we all turn to dust so it is what it is. People can think how they want. Unless you were there then you'd never understand. And if you were there and have a stronger sense of empathy, good for you. Guarantee the others wont lose any sleep over it.
Wayne Jorgensen
Wayne Jorgensen 21 күн бұрын
@hardwire why should we even pick a side in that matter? Why should the US continue to be the world's 911 force ? We have more than enough reason to spend that money here helping our citizens. The bidens have ties to Ukraine money. Why are we sending them more ? Lime laundering it.
hardwire
hardwire 21 күн бұрын
@Jane yeah that was our bad but jesus we were helping them fight the russians and then they repaid us with hate (us not the gov thats my problem with them)
Jane
Jane 21 күн бұрын
@hardwire or how the us taught the Taliban how to use guns 💀💀
Augustus Sol [Ina's 10th apostle of the twelve]
Augustus Sol [Ina's 10th apostle of the twelve] Ай бұрын
@World Man what does this have to do with just killing a man? A single man making him suffer will do nothing but rot your integrity as a person maybe infront of many living people but a single man in a river of corpses? You best not lose your humanity for something like that you only bring yourself down the only thing you save by making a single person suffer is the finances of the big wigs every bullet counts a few bucks in the pocket
Kriss
Kriss 19 күн бұрын
The rules of war, also known as international humanitarian law: Protect those who are not fighting, such as civilians, medical personnel or aid workers. PROTECT THOSE WHO ARE NO LONGER ABLE TO FIGHT, LIKE AN INJURED SOLDIER OR A PRISONER[The Japanese man was going to be considered as a Prisoner of war because there was a sign of him wanting to surrender]. and Prohibit targeting civilians. I guess the people who decided to write such a script didn’t know what the Rules Of War are.
Noah Gammell
Noah Gammell 3 күн бұрын
Its not a script for this series as far as I know. The scenes are taken directly from people who were there.
Commentercountryball
Commentercountryball 20 күн бұрын
Remember, Not every Soldier fighting on the other side is bad because most probably are forced into this, and Not every Soldier fighting for your side is a good person either. The Allies only made it seem that way. As a wise man once said, “History is written by the Victors.” I think Battlefield V’s story mode also provides us with some more context on this: “Not everything True is written…and Everything written is true”
ThatOneBizarre Guy
ThatOneBizarre Guy Ай бұрын
See the reason I like these movies/Series is they represent a factual representation of what war actually is. Drafted into a war to be killed in action by cruelty.
Papa del caos
Papa del caos 18 күн бұрын
We dont have to forget that all of us, doesnt matter in which part or group are have an evil side and is our duty to control it. Never forget that the other side of the "field" its not an enemy that you can demoniza and humiliate, is a human and as a human you have to respect him doesnt matter how much you hate him.
RedSkull_20
RedSkull_20 Ай бұрын
"If you can't respect your enemy, you will lose in more ways than one"
Stoven Berg
Stoven Berg Күн бұрын
@PAPER yes but you have to kill him not tortured him shoot him in the head not the painful organ
PAPER
PAPER Күн бұрын
@Stoven Berg he was saying in Japanese. “Shoot me!” “Kill me!”. Doesn’t sound like surrender to me
Stoven Berg
Stoven Berg Күн бұрын
@PAPER yes he is he rise his hand
PAPER
PAPER Күн бұрын
@Stoven Berg it wasn’t a war crime. He didn’t expressly surrender. If anything he wanted them to shoot him.
james K
james K 11 күн бұрын
@Tanazio López how about the time they canabalized George Bush Sr fighter squadron when they was shot down
너구리
너구리 9 күн бұрын
one of my great uncles was a japanese conscript in the war, many soldiers of the empire were forcefully brought to fight from Okinawa, Korea, Taiwan and other regions of the empire. But I suppose the enemy only sees "yellow monkeys" as they said back then.
Alexsander Teixeira
Alexsander Teixeira 24 күн бұрын
Muito boa essa série, tem que ver a continuação tbm recomendo "BROTHERS IN ARMS"
Tamashii want some Milk
Tamashii want some Milk 19 күн бұрын
"there is one thing you lose when you start a war, and that is your self-respect" -Idk who
Darth JarJar
Darth JarJar 25 күн бұрын
You have to remember that during the Vietnam war the vietnamese leaders didn’t care how many people they lost and drafted regular civilians so that guy was probably a normal person until he was yanked from his family and had everything taken away from him so he just wanted to die
Delos Lanc
Delos Lanc 26 күн бұрын
To those who are wondering if this was scripted . It was . The way “War” is played out is unknown because every second another unbelievable morbid event takes place followed by another . This clip make “war” appear silly. Although there is some humanity in the opposing straggler giving in and the guys having fun because yes this has happened more than anyone who’s been there wants to count .
Courier Six
Courier Six 24 күн бұрын
There was no need to fire multiple shots at him just to inflict the most pain...if you're gonna kill someone just do it once--one and done. Torturing a person who has already lost is not admirable. It's against everything we are supposed to stand for. Both sides always receive casualties in a war. It's never any given soldier's fault for what happens in those moments, and everyone there on the battlefield is fighting for flag, for country, for their own survival. Revenge and resentment is corrosive...and it is part of our humanity to show mercy, even to those we must kill to defend ourselves.
Skepzie
Skepzie 24 күн бұрын
“Every war is a lost” - some random history teacher probably
DJ GO
DJ GO 18 күн бұрын
civilians lose in any war - my teacher of history
Nega Doge
Nega Doge 21 күн бұрын
In war, the most compassionate thing that can be done is to end all suffering as quickly and as painlessly as possible. You’re not fight monsters… you’re fighting men.
The Fool
The Fool 21 күн бұрын
Remember watching this when I was 7. Talked about it with my grandpa and a ww2 veteran who was in the pacific said it was brutal bloody and lacked humanity like this.
Raja Aisy R
Raja Aisy R Ай бұрын
It is sad to see that last japanese guy: the brutality of the war will never stop as the war progress. Even after the war stop, the brutality will still continue and will be remember as a history.
Derek Thompson
Derek Thompson 19 күн бұрын
What you have here is a war crime. Any reasonable person could see that he was disarmed and able to be captured. Furthermore, everyone - except the Marine who fired the last shot - were clearly aiming to harm not to kill, could be considered a form of torture
Mohammed Reedwan
Mohammed Reedwan 4 күн бұрын
Respect to that warrior who defends his home from invaders
Yudarm Yoon
Yudarm Yoon Ай бұрын
"True courage is about knowing not when to take a life, but when to spare one." By Gandalf
Elias D
Elias D 19 күн бұрын
​@Michael Peck but at that point he wasn't a threat either
Anakin Vader
Anakin Vader 19 күн бұрын
If I remember correctly, in these scenes, they didn't shoot all the bodies to make sure they were dead and a Japanese soldier pretending to be dead detonated a grenade, killing 2 American Joes
Sero Ma
Sero Ma 21 күн бұрын
That's why I suck at Squad. Because I'd rather block the "enemies" way to their target than killing them
Chris G
Chris G 22 күн бұрын
​@Black Houdini They did the right thing , just in a stupid way. They could have easily injured or even broken his arm/trigger finger , thus rendering him mostly useless.
Artem Efimov
Artem Efimov 25 күн бұрын
@LetDeathDraco and gandalf the white, every single power ranger, benito mussolini and the blue meanie, doc oc, the rock and hulk hogan!
Ethan K
Ethan K Ай бұрын
I heard how many Japanese during WW2 didn't believe in surrender, and were told to commit suicide instead. Truly a powerful and sad scene here.🥺😥
Roen Wade
Roen Wade 21 күн бұрын
That Japanese solider was brave, He faced them off knowing that he would die in honor to his empire.
Charles Mao
Charles Mao 2 күн бұрын
Just wondering how you can look at another human being that you completely has no grievance for and shoot them dead? Especially in this kind of situation?
Will G.
Will G. 20 күн бұрын
I don't believe every soldier on the enemy side was against us. Plenty of stories of enemies helping the opposite side. I felt sorry for that guy.
Mike Kennedy
Mike Kennedy Ай бұрын
My late uncle was a US Army infantryman with the 96th Division in the Battle of Okinawa. He experienced brutal fighting and his company took heavy casualties. He would not talk about the fighting to his family, and after the war only told my dad about one harrowing incident. One day my uncle's company was carefully advancing through tall grass and he stepped on something that felt spongy, he later recalled. In an instant, an explosion knocked him backwards off his feet, and he was splattered with blood and tissue. At first, his fellow GIs thought he was wounded, but soon discovered he was not. He had apparently stepped on a hidden, covered Japanese foxhole, and the soldier inside exploded a grenade under his head. As to why my uncle was not wounded, the GIs figured the Japanese soldier's helmet deflected the blast enough so it did not wound my uncle. Also, the narrow dirt walls of the foxhole likely helped contain the shrapnel that would have spread outwards. By the way, my uncle knew where the guy placed the grenade because his head was blown apart. My uncle was lucky that day and was one of the fortunate few in his company who were not wounded or killed in the weeks-long battle.
Reza Mohammadkhani
Reza Mohammadkhani 17 күн бұрын
Movie name?
Agu
Agu Ай бұрын
@Texasflood is your username based off the SRV song?
Marcelino Bueno
Marcelino Bueno Ай бұрын
@Jeff Holmström how can he with America when he can barely manage with Ukraine? N Ukraine getting funded by USA,I don't think he wanna wake up a sleeping giant
Mike Malone
Mike Malone Ай бұрын
God bless your uncle
Bass Blast
Bass Blast Ай бұрын
Oh holy hell, first time I've heard of anyone else from the 96th infantry division. My grandfather was part of it as well, and lost his entire team in an ambush in a rice paddy. He tried to crawl away with his CO by tucking his feet under his armpits and dragging him out slow. Grass moved, and his CO was shot in the head mere feet from him. Only reason he got out is because someone else heard the fire, and fired an m1919 from his hip and told him to run. My grandfather was 18 when he enlisted. He was basically blind in his left eye and memorized what the guy in front of him listed for the eye chart in yhe vision test. He CHEATED to get sent to hell. What's even worse, is the record of the 96th division was burned when the records building holding it caught fire well after the war. Never gonna hear all the stories, about all those brave men. Fuck.
Renato Cosme
Renato Cosme 26 күн бұрын
A guerra sempre representa o pior do ser humano. Essa série é muito boa, se chama Pacífico.
Micheal Kasey
Micheal Kasey 24 күн бұрын
The lack of empathy by the marines in this scene is completely understandable once u put it into the greater context of the sorta crap they've seen and been through
Double D Drames
Double D Drames Ай бұрын
those those who don't speak Japanese he's yelling "Shoot me!" as he knows his life is already over, and just wants it to end.
m4rlone 74
m4rlone 74 13 күн бұрын
The best soldier of Japan, never surender till the end of his life. That’s the name of war, no one fault of every decision they made.
CaringNickel240
CaringNickel240 Ай бұрын
"Always shoot at the head, your going to be thankful when they do the same for you" I don't remember who say it
fjsj fjdd
fjsj fjdd 5 сағат бұрын
- Mike Hunt
mi7fncookies
mi7fncookies Күн бұрын
you’re*
Jared Hall
Jared Hall 6 күн бұрын
Why so you can miss your shot, "aim center mass and hit your target, you'll be thankful you got them before they got you"
KIRITO 85XD
KIRITO 85XD 7 күн бұрын
~John F Kennedy~ *its a joke 7 _7*
Óðinn
Óðinn 7 күн бұрын
Always aim for center of mass. That way you'll actually land your hit.
Anarchtic
Anarchtic Ай бұрын
If youve never been a marine that has run out of ammo in this field, let me tell you this hurts to watch, so much wasted ammo.
W S (Night 0000-4)
W S (Night 0000-4) 4 күн бұрын
Me personally as a veteran if I seen the guys doing this I would have just out the enemy out his misery . We are supposed to be warriors man of honor not brutes . MMC USN Retired.
that one Canadian
that one Canadian 26 күн бұрын
He fought for the emperor and he Gave his life just to defend his homeland an family
Chris Von Solomon
Chris Von Solomon 21 күн бұрын
"He was just a soldier blindly following orders" - Some legend
VAEO
VAEO Ай бұрын
"At the end he was just a soldier. Hoping he'd done the right thing." -Master Chief
VAEO
VAEO Ай бұрын
@shk mlp The rocky horror picture show
shk mlp
shk mlp Ай бұрын
Movei name?
Desko
Desko Ай бұрын
@Kyle Fam video games BAD.
AIO YouTuber TV
AIO YouTuber TV Ай бұрын
@Ghost I think it's really good.
Retarded Bart
Retarded Bart Ай бұрын
@Kyle Fam people quote books
Number
Number 20 күн бұрын
To quote the TF2 sniper: That man wasn't a sniper, he was a sadist. A real sniper doesn't waste time with torture or talk. He just takes the shot.
Shiin Daisuke
Shiin Daisuke 18 күн бұрын
The whole lot of em could be charged with war crimes right there. That was straight up torture & murder. That wasn't heroic, or noble, or justified. They just wanted to torture him & see him suffer before he died. The fact that this is all based on a true story makes me very angry at these soldiers portrayed in this film & any American officer who looks at this & cheers em on doesn't deserve to serve. This was truly disgraceful behavior.
猫さん 🇵🇭 Public Transport Photography
猫さん 🇵🇭 Public Transport Photography 16 күн бұрын
In the end, they 🇺🇲 still lost to 🇻🇳. No matter what you tell in the movies, the fact that you lost is still there. RIP to that soldier that still managed to yell at them despite losing the battle... You might slander me right now, but note that Vietnam is still standing. If they lost, you would've made them capitalist.
JT TMX
JT TMX 15 күн бұрын
That soldier… Who killed him to end his pain his a hero.
Gr33n ViK1NG
Gr33n ViK1NG Ай бұрын
Meanwhile the true enemy is sitting in high castle having fresh lobster
Kuiperbeltdropout
Kuiperbeltdropout 9 сағат бұрын
​@Robert Hastings what is there left to do at this point? You can teach people how to garden and that smoking dope is more fun and more safe than going to war but it doesn't seem to make a damn bit of difference
Squirrely Vanderblit
Squirrely Vanderblit 16 күн бұрын
these people missed the entire point of the quote average American education
falta ñato
falta ñato 17 күн бұрын
Vietnamese singal: "Dear afro-american soldiers, we do not wish to fight you, you were enslaved by the ones who sent you to fight their war, we were slaves and now we are free"
Woad Blue
Woad Blue 19 күн бұрын
​@Alphawave07 not even close to the same. You're kidding or...? Kings rule absolutely for most of their life and cannot be questioned. Presidents get 8 years tops and get questioned regularly. Monarchy and democracy are nothing alike.
Woad Blue
Woad Blue 19 күн бұрын
​@Ryan Moon they mean the wagers of the war. The men firing at each other do not have a grudge they didn't know eachother before that moment. How could they be enemies?
Clessius Silva
Clessius Silva 19 күн бұрын
Poupou ele da humilhação dos seus adversários.😔
Eshelion
Eshelion 19 күн бұрын
Perfect depiction how war and stress it causes pulls worst emotions like cruelty from people who otherwise might be very solid and reliable and empathetic ones.
GnomeCaveira
GnomeCaveira 16 күн бұрын
That scene cuts me up every time. I feel so much for that guy
Bacon JoJo
Bacon JoJo 18 күн бұрын
"Respect your enemies even in war"
CyanicSpectre SkittleInc.
CyanicSpectre SkittleInc. Ай бұрын
“War does not determine who is right, only who is left.”
CyanicSpectre SkittleInc.
CyanicSpectre SkittleInc. 23 күн бұрын
@Zachary Radford Um?… it’s just how war works?
Zachary Radford
Zachary Radford Ай бұрын
And you know this how?
Zachary Radford
Zachary Radford Ай бұрын
France was apart of the Allies and when the Allies liberated France they raped many French women, the most legendary is while liberating Paris at the same time the Allies where raping the French women in Paris. Really drives home the quote “with friends like these who needs enemy’s”.
Christian Ifechukwu
Christian Ifechukwu Ай бұрын
@Cameron Sorensen the victors write history
StylusPixelsProduction
StylusPixelsProduction Ай бұрын
@MichaelZath war is traumatising
Pearl Jam Velasco
Pearl Jam Velasco 23 күн бұрын
The Part Where He Throwed his helmet Got me laughing😂
Robert OG
Robert OG 23 күн бұрын
The part where you wrote *throwed* got me laughing. You sick twisted person.
Code 517
Code 517 25 күн бұрын
Idk if it’s good or bad that I can see both sides of this. The US was angry at the Japanese because they would intentionally and brutally torture and kill in some of the worst ways humanly possible. These soldiers were understandably angry and wanted vengeance for their fallen brothers in the line of duty due to the brutality of the Japanese war machine. However, I can see it from the Japanese side too. Many of them didn’t actually care about the Americans per se, they were victims of propaganda and Japanese patriotism to the point where suicide is more honorable than defeat. This man has lost everything it seems. He just lost his battle buddy, who could possibly be one of his friends as well, he hasn’t seen his family in ages probably, and now he knows he is going to die but the US is taking their time and humiliating him. I think the greatest act of mercy on the US army’s part was to kill him swiftly, because if he returned home he would likely be dishonored and tortured, and his family would likely would likely take a lot of flak for it as well. I think what we should learn from this though is war is ugly. Its brutal. There are no rights and wrongs in war, it’s all about survival and defending the person next to you, and when someone is put in that situation long enough it breaks them into something they weren’t before, but forever will be after. So when you see the chance to take out all your hatred, all your frustrations and and sadness, you do if only to feel like you got some measure of retribution for what you had to go through. I’m not saying that the Americans were in the right, nor am I saying the Japanese man was blameless, but what I’m saying is that war is the ugliest thing anyone could go through and it changes people. Like I said earlier, in war often the greatest mercy is not letting the other person live, it’s allowing them to die swiftly and honorably, but it doesn’t happen because of the brutality of it. That’s why it’s called mercy
SOTW.SongsOfTheWastes
SOTW.SongsOfTheWastes Ай бұрын
Really feel bad for the Japanese soldier, he just wanted an end to what this cruel world tasked apon him.
Yeiry Diaz
Yeiry Diaz 20 күн бұрын
This is the reason we have the Geneva Convention. Those men were our enemies, yet most of them were good men. To them, we were the enemy, yet most of us were also good men. The most important element in any war is the human element. Human beings fighting human beings.
ixnay759
ixnay759 Ай бұрын
Killing an unarmed soldier is actually and lawfully called “murder”. To this day, it can still get u a sentence in prison, just the same as it would in the Second World War. ~ Elliott Jarvis
True Sons Of Mandalore
True Sons Of Mandalore 8 күн бұрын
Unfortunately people are bitter toward their enemies and if no one survived to hold them accountable then it's sadly many people got away with such behaviors.
True Sons Of Mandalore
True Sons Of Mandalore 8 күн бұрын
​@Tim is better than Doc two very different scenarios my guy, unless you're trolling idk how you could even compare it. One is lawfully following orders and presumably killing with honor, while the other is killing civilians unlawfully for kicks.
TrangDB9
TrangDB9 28 күн бұрын
Yep, tell that to the prick general who was watching over the Rheinwiesenlager after ww2. He called them unarmed enemies instead of war prisoners, to circumvent the convention,... Like it would make a difference.
Tim is better than Doc
Tim is better than Doc Ай бұрын
Then giving a serial killer a death sentence is murder
UnimpressedGojira
UnimpressedGojira 16 күн бұрын
That's an impressive shot for a pistol at that range, just gonna say. A kill shot, no less. Amazing series.
Yutah Kotomi
Yutah Kotomi 19 күн бұрын
Damn... I haven't felt this miserably short because of a KZbin Short ever...
Tris Souza
Tris Souza 22 күн бұрын
Guerra.... lutar com pessoas que vc nem conhece, que não te faziram mau só porque seu presidente mandou
Kilroy was here
Kilroy was here Ай бұрын
Hi there, I am Japanese. This Japanese soldier said, Koi → Come on Uttekoi → Shoot me Korose → Kill me This Japanese soldier must have been tired of fighting, tired of everything, and wanted to die.
Green Eggs & Spam
Green Eggs & Spam 13 күн бұрын
@Todd every side has done similar if not same things. Don’t act like it’s just all of them fucking gross
日波
日波 Ай бұрын
日本人の人ー✋この映画の名前教えてくだせぇー
Christian Ifechukwu
Christian Ifechukwu Ай бұрын
@Butercum Dribble III you have truly lost your mind
Le Schroder
Le Schroder Ай бұрын
@Hakimi it's not our fault, We didn't want to fight. IJE dragged us into the war by bombing pearl harbor. Nuking them twice was fucked but Japan had it coming
Todd
Todd Ай бұрын
@Glen A Whatever you little Glenny . Now go back down to your mommy's basement and play your video games .
Mel Aguero
Mel Aguero 18 күн бұрын
"THE PACIFIC". ONE THE BEST MINI SERIES EVER CREATED
Always Here
Always Here 24 күн бұрын
"A true war story is never moral. It does not instruct, nor encourage virtue, nor suggest models of proper human behavior, nor restrain men from doing the things men have always done. If a story seems moral, do not believe it. If at the end of a war story you feel uplifted, or if you feel that some small bit of rectitude has been salvaged from the larger waste, then you have been made the victim of a very old and terrible lie. There is no rectitude whatsoever. There is no virtue. As a first rule of thumb, therefore, you can tell a true war story by its absolute and uncompromising allegiance to obscenity and evil."
Sasha Braus
Sasha Braus 17 күн бұрын
"The true enemies were the ones we made along the way" ~ Robot Ghandi from the year 2134
Pollos Motorcycles
Pollos Motorcycles 21 күн бұрын
The enemy is also human, for those of you that haven't seen combat.
Davion Elliott
Davion Elliott Ай бұрын
“War is when the old and bitter trick the young and stupid into killing each other.” - Niko Bellic
Jack Duane
Jack Duane 25 күн бұрын
@Ed, Edd & Eddy you have no idea what you're talking about
Ed, Edd & Eddy
Ed, Edd & Eddy 25 күн бұрын
@Jack Duane yeah two sides of old men sending the young to die
Jack Duane
Jack Duane Ай бұрын
@Memple Bemple you should just be concerned with your own English. It's your English that is clearly suboptimal and my comment made perfect sense
Jack Duane
Jack Duane Ай бұрын
@Memple Bemple I assume you mean moral, not morale. I'll respond to your first sentence and ignore your second because your second is drivel. While all wars inevitably have at least one actor acting immorally, it's easily possible for a decision to be made to go to war and for that decision to be perfectly moral. So your comment is wrong
Memple Bemple
Memple Bemple Ай бұрын
@Jack Duane no such thing as a morale war. Anything morale can be talked down
BlackFloral
BlackFloral 23 күн бұрын
This is why I love to see moments in war where opposing sides help each other because it's the right thing to do. As much as I hate Imperial Japan as a nation. I hate every single man in that military. Same with communist nations. I'm positive some soldier is fighting so his family doesn't starve. But actually holds no issues with us.
Jsnabds
Jsnabds 21 күн бұрын
"I won't let anyone of my children join the army" My father(a colonel)
Logic7repair
Logic7repair 18 күн бұрын
Pure example of the war crime…. He was supposed to be taken as prisoner, you can see he is unarmed
Elijah
Elijah 3 күн бұрын
You never play with your enemy. You kill him and move on.
Username 0130
Username 0130 4 сағат бұрын
we all know who the real enemy has always been...
抹茶ん
抹茶ん 21 күн бұрын
ちゃんと日本語喋ってるのいいね
Will Evensen
Will Evensen 10 сағат бұрын
@Naoto uh oh..
Naoto
Naoto Күн бұрын
I hope Our nations get revenge (iam german) revenge for Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Dresden
Davide Cracking
Davide Cracking 16 күн бұрын
Thanks, but to be honest it's the translate button
The Turing Protocl
The Turing Protocl 28 күн бұрын
And that's a gentle approach compared to what the Japanese soldier would do to them if the roles were reversed. Not saying that this is cool but the Japanese were a whole chapter of evil and sheer wickedness of their own and the vast majority of them believed and still believe that they absolutely did nothing wrong and were totally justified and that's a notion that is still alive and well in Japan. They still have monuments praising figures like Tojo that are visited yearly and ceremonies performed in them. Imagine that happening in Munich for example.
Chaes Onyx
Chaes Onyx Ай бұрын
Ik he’s the enemy but he’s still human and at the end of the day we all bleed red we all love hate and everyone will have to remember war is war but the soldiers are people like us all they want is to see there loves one again to see them grow up to see them to be happy in there life and they want to see how they grow up and change this world of ours with the good the bad and the ugly
Kelly Hall
Kelly Hall Ай бұрын
"It's a rich man's war but it's the poor that fight the war". OTEP
Hannah Dyson
Hannah Dyson 23 күн бұрын
Wold war l " say what "
John Smith
John Smith 27 күн бұрын
Ah yes, global enslavement at the hands of possibly the two most racist and dictatorial state powers to ever exist. Rich man was bad for sending people to fight that. How about you think before applying some random quote about an entirely different war to the bloodiest conflict ever.
Nicholas Adams
Nicholas Adams Ай бұрын
"When the rich wage war, it's the poor who die" Linkin Park
Dr. House
Dr. House Ай бұрын
War is a racket.
Ink
Ink Ай бұрын
Ww2 is one of the few instances where this quote does not apply. It was a fight for survival for many people and many countries. This is an amazing quote, use it in the right context
Elli jo C Alair
Elli jo C Alair 22 күн бұрын
Most of the time you dont even see the guy shooting you so you wont know if they are blind or screwing with you -grandpa
Nathias Tenorio
Nathias Tenorio 9 күн бұрын
I’ve been wanting to join military for at least 3 years now and it’s a scary thought I’m still thinking about it
Lucky ASMR
Lucky ASMR 3 күн бұрын
“War never changes.”
海スン
海スン 21 күн бұрын
「こい!撃ってこい!殺せ!撃てよ!」はかっけぇな…
Carlos Juarez
Carlos Juarez 17 күн бұрын
:(
Da GD Bot
Da GD Bot 21 күн бұрын
Thx for the translation
Furan Duron
Furan Duron Ай бұрын
"Kill your enemies but do not hate them."
Mai Quang Huy
Mai Quang Huy 18 күн бұрын
"An enemy is someone who has a story you haven't heard of yet"
Marcus Seth
Marcus Seth 19 күн бұрын
You tell that to my ancestors who were brutally murdered, raped, and beheaded with their bodies paraded along the street
El Paso
El Paso 23 күн бұрын
Imagine fighting against ISIS. How can you not hate them? Not all enemies are same.
Kermit The Frog
Kermit The Frog 27 күн бұрын
So be a psychopath?
Serving In Hell Aiming For Heaven
Serving In Hell Aiming For Heaven Ай бұрын
Literally right before this : A Japanese blows himself and two American soldiers trying to HELP him Yeahhhhh you cant really expect them to not hate the Japanese (like the unit lost so many men from wounded Japanese suicide bombing they stopped taking prisoners)
SIGSPEARTHUMB
SIGSPEARTHUMB 27 күн бұрын
War is true hell. No one knows how your going to react or feel especially if you have lost friends and or seeing them killed then add most fighters ages 16-24. We did some things and you don’t know how you’re going to respond until your in that moment. Our moment happened to be loosing our 22nd friend and fellow Sniper so we caught and killed the one’s responsible for Sgt Mark Bradley and we pissed on all their dead bodies. And got in a little bit of trouble but…..fuck em😂
VATSAL PATRE
VATSAL PATRE 13 күн бұрын
there is no right or wrong sides in a war, all there is in it is bloodshed and facing the consequences that there leaders had made.
dragonwolfy759
dragonwolfy759 17 күн бұрын
This makes a terrifying spin on things. Scary but most likely true since war can bring the worst in us.
Richard Pajaraberz
Richard Pajaraberz 16 күн бұрын
de la serie, el pacífico,..para el soldado japonés solo la muerte en combate puede llevarlo als gloria ..
Luis Alberto Cuevas-Garcia
Luis Alberto Cuevas-Garcia Ай бұрын
The man that finally took the man’s life probably understood that no one should suffer like that, his peers clearly didn’t care. That man has a heart that not many do not❤
John Mullholand
John Mullholand 21 күн бұрын
"It is good that war is Hell, else we might like it too much."- General Robert E. Lee
anopirsten
anopirsten Ай бұрын
@PUR3_Chad You're right, inflicting pain on others is not human, but what is war if it isn't human? Truth of the matter is it doesn't matter what his personal stance on current affairs are, all that matters is that he's Japanese and that he's a soldier.
PUR3_Chad
PUR3_Chad Ай бұрын
@anopirsten That sort of interaction and enjoyment of inflicting pain is not human. These soldiers fought for the cause, they likely weren't even the ones involved in the dark sides to the Japanese. He was likely trying to earn money to help his family and support his child's upbringing. This movie shows the Darkside of everyone.
anopirsten
anopirsten Ай бұрын
@Nathwork Saying you shouldn't give up humanity is easy but doing it is harder. You won't even notice when it happens to you. Have you read about how terrible the situations were on the Pacific front? I wouldn't be surprised if I lost my humanity on that battlefield.
Nathwork
Nathwork Ай бұрын
@Moises Espinoza It doesn't matter, even though you have been in a battlefield, doesn't mean you should give up humanity and blindly follow hate
Big TX Bullion
Big TX Bullion 9 күн бұрын
How to know your phone is listening to you: when you are on episode 9 of The Pacific and YT shorts keep playing sceens from BoB, Pacific, and SPR. 🧐
Abz3rd Accelerate
Abz3rd Accelerate 20 күн бұрын
They were the enemy… but they were still human. And those who laughed and toyed around did not act human.
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