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Seeking to have a better mission, Krause, a gutsy US Navy authority, who during the Second World War drives an Allied guard through the Atlantic, what challenges him, as they are trailed by German vessels.
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Accountability Anonymous
@Forgive: You say committing murder is wrong regardless of the circumstances (including when one is under orders to do so), then go on to say that soldiers who fight and kill in "special circumstances" like in this film are "all innocent"? WTF are you talking about!?
2020-08-30 14:08
Forgive Anonymous
Murdering anyone is bad. Doing so whether directly, indirectly, out of spite, or under orders is irrelevant. The axis' goal was genocide and control of the masses. The end. Soldiers in situations like these in this film are all innocent. IRL, at least.
2020-08-26 01:08
PissedOffToo Anonymous
@PissedOff Nope. What you need to do is to take a hard long look in the mirror.
2020-08-08 22:08
PissedOff Anonymous
Reverse the roles and you'll see that the Germans was a lot more afraid of their enemies (being so many!) than he American Navy was of the U-boats. Aka more courageous. But the Jewish owned Hollywood will never portray the German side out of racial spite.
2020-07-18 14:07