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    C'était la guerre des tranchées (Pdf/E–pub) ☆ Jacques Tardi This was touching sad and heart wrenching Thank you for your sacrificeThis was not a light read It will have an effect you The way this book was written and drawn was very poignant The author focused on one soldier at a time and told his story until his tale ended and then he would start the story of the next soldier and so on Focusing on one person at a time contributed to why it was so emotionally stirring for me All o

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    C'était la guerre des tranchées (Pdf/E–pub) ☆ Jacques Tardi Jacues Tardi vs Otto Dix The Horrors of The War that Should Have Ended All Wars This is Tardi working at the absolute peak of his creative powers The passion righteous hatred he derives from the subject matter01 The sheer waste futility and soul crushing injustices of war never devastatingly demonstrated than during the protracted 4 year nightmare of trench warfare 02 The arrogance and ignorance of the senior officers responsible

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    Download Ú E-book, or Kindle E-pub ½ Jacques Tardi Jacques Tardi ½ 9 Read & download C'était la guerre des tranchées (Pdf/E–pub) ☆ Jacques Tardi According to Art Spiegelman Jacues Tardi’s It Was the War of the Trenches “is one hell of a book” and that description hits the nail right on the head With a merciless eye for detail it explores the depths o

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    Download Ú E-book, or Kindle E-pub ½ Jacques Tardi Jacques Tardi ½ 9 Read & download Read & download C'était la guerre des tranchées In case you might have a tendency to romanticize war any war or maybe the century distant WWI in particular read this book How could one come to romanticize a war that killed and maimed millions the reverberations of which are felt even today? Maybe it might come about through a certain approach to history or military history one focused on battle strategies the invention of particular weapons the biographies of milit

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    Download Ú E-book, or Kindle E-pub ½ Jacques Tardi C'était la guerre des tranchées (Pdf/E–pub) ☆ Jacques Tardi This war comic—absolutely a war comic which is to say a profoundly antiwar comic—is an awful masterwork of aggrieved and wounded humanity Hovering between blunted affect righteous fury and pitch black absurdist humor it is one of a very f

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    Read & download C'était la guerre des tranchées Download Ú E-book, or Kindle E-pub ½ Jacques Tardi Jacques Tardi ½ 9 Read & download It was the war of the trenchesThis classic graphic novel could not really engage me The stories were too fragmentary to be really compelling Tardi's prose didn't appeal to me it could be the dutch translation and I also found the illustrations unattractive All men looked very much the same like caricatures Nevertheless it delivers a poignant

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    Read & download C'était la guerre des tranchées Jacques Tardi ½ 9 Read & download C'était la guerre des tranchées (Pdf/E–pub) ☆ Jacques Tardi In case you missed the memo World War I was a nightmare of pointless suffering for millions upon millions of people This beautifully produced and translated reprint of a 1993 French graphic collection takes you there via a loose collection of personal stories from the French trenches There's no protagonist no plot no narrative just

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    Read & download C'était la guerre des tranchées C'était la guerre des tranchées (Pdf/E–pub) ☆ Jacques Tardi Jacues Tardi's sombre and unrelenting graphic novel on WWI hit me like a slap in the face The way he recounts tale after tale of dehumanising brutality of normal lives thrown into the gaping crater of the trenches of the Western Front is poig

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    Read & download C'était la guerre des tranchées C'était la guerre des tranchées (Pdf/E–pub) ☆ Jacques Tardi Download Ú E-book, or Kindle E-pub ½ Jacques Tardi Tardi gives everything he has in this comic book Driven by his absolute hate for every type of warfare he uses his grandfather's experiences and transforms them to pure war brutality on paper A must have for every WWI enthu

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    Download Ú E-book, or Kindle E-pub ½ Jacques Tardi C'était la guerre des tranchées (Pdf/E–pub) ☆ Jacques Tardi I feel really weird rating this because if I was rating it by enjoyment Well first of all reading about the horrors of WWI is not th

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E ngineers of destruction with their stupid abstract strategies that they go ahead with in spite of catastrophic vidence Bad decisions are featured on very page that wreak havoc on ordinary boys teenaged boys that after all the horror just want to go home to their mamasTardi s book meticulously researched and drawn and respectfully written to honor the dead is a cry of outrage at the architects and masters of war as Dylan called them whose names we read in our history books We memorize these names and biographies are made about them and movies are made to honor them But Tardi honors the foot soldiers and brings them to life through their stories using language he finds and sometimes of course invents to help us feel what they may have felt at the nd He shows us the amputees the disfigured the families left to mourn As he says this isn t a coherent history of the war or of ven individual battles Tardi only cares about the suffering we bring upon ourselves through the rich and powerful s decisions to sacrifice the poor for political and financial gain Mesmerizing horrifying As with all of the best comics Aristotle And Other Platonists ever done this is a text to demonstrate to the world what comics are capable of illustrating I was really angry and deeply sad when I read this through today I think that was his purpose and it worked for me Highly recommended I also recommend you read it with Joe Sacco s The Great War panorama open and along the way with the poetry of Sassoon and Owens What a stupid cataclysmic mistake that war and probably all wars According to Art Spiegelman Jacues Tardi s It Was the War of the Trenches is one hell of a book and that description hits the nail right on the head With a mercilessye for detail it The Double Bond Primo Levi A Biography explores the depths of human depravity and made me sick to my stomach The tone throughout is one ofxistential despair bleak demoralized absurd macabre dehumanized The images of World War I feel both authentic and nightmarish both historically accurate and timeless It s not so much a matter of the 1914 1918 War as of WA Jacues Tardi vs Otto Dix The Horrors of The War that Should Have Ended All Wars This is Tardi working at the absolute peak of his creative powers The passion righteous hatred he derives from the subject matter01 The sheer waste futility and soul crushing injustices of war never devastatingly demonstrated than during the protracted 4 year nightmare of trench warfare 02 The arrogance and ignorance of the senior officers responsible for ordering hundreds of thousands of men to horrible deaths for the sake of a strategically insane plan to gain 50 meters of mud rats rotten corpses if an officer s plan worked he was honored promoted celebrated in the Rococo decadence of a long dead aristocrat s mansion while the 50% of soldiers who survived the pointless slaughter celebrated by trying to bury the 50% who didn t but beneath the foot a half of sucking mud hides near frozen arth and nothing will keep the already ravaged bodies of their friends comrades from being violated by the swarming rats if the plans fail the officer will still be praised for his iron resolve and for being unafraid to make hard bold decisions The officer will blame the failure on the soldiers themselves and order to make hard bold decisions The officer will blame the failure on the soldiers themselves and order the surviving 35% who retreated back to their lines be labelled cowards traitors sentencing the remaining regiment or company to old school Roman Decimation a random selection of very 10th man sentenced to death by firing suad as traitors and deserters 03 All of the insanity triggered by stupid old men who would never pick up a weapon and whose children grandchildren would never approach the Front the stupid old fucks who gave the orders from the long dead aristocrat s mansion a mile away watching dots sparks smoke through spyglasses and talking about the glory of battle and the burden of leadership never ventured close nough to see the faceless cadavers in tattered uniforms the scattered limbs organs inside the impact craters to be assaulted by the stench of bodies in very stage of decomposition or hear the screams desperate Love Hina Boxed Set Vol 1 entreaties for help soldiers intentionally gutshot and left to a long agonizing death bait for any stretcher bearing friends madnough to rush into the cross hairs of the50 caliber meat grinders and join the chorus of suffering serving to utterly demoralize the Mrozek W Gdansku enemy The stupid old fucks had no idea of what this utter hell onarth they helped create was really like There was a vast unbridgeable disconnect between 19th Century ideas about war and the modern reality of war airplanes tanks machine guns mustard gas between the Napoleonic romance of war as a forge for the heart of man to be beaten into shaped steel hardened in the blood of the nemy and the industrialized slaughter of the 20th Century There into shaped steel hardened in the blood of the nemy and the industrialized slaughter of the 20th Century There no glory to be won dying from one of the countless varieties of pestilence in the trenches shitting your life out your asshole of cholera And there is no honor in charging across a No Man s Land of barbed wire mines Santa Makes Housecalls Chrismas Stories From A Country Vet every inch pre sighted by snipers machine gunmplacements when the Lieutenant is Flyaway Katie executing anyone refusing to go over the topAnd all of this is reflected with vivid clarity in the artwork Tardi is no slouch but his use of tones and textures here isxuisite allowing him to portray the muck and slime and rotting corpses with a level of detail that he usually avoids This is the masterpiece of an artist who is already among the seuential art Creative Feedback Loops Practical Tools For Everyday Assessment elite and São de situaçõesm ordem não cronológica vividas por homens ue foram manipulados arrastados para la visivelmente nada contentes de se The Great Massachusetts Puzzle Book Over 75 Puzzles About Life In The Bay State encontrar ondestão The Giants And The Joneses e ue a coisa ue mais uerem no mundo é regressar a casa ou seja ue a guerra acabe Não há heróis não há personagem principal nesta lamentável aventura colectiva ue é a guerra Só há um imenso anónimo grito de agonia Jacues Tardi por ocasião do lançamento da pri. I feel really weird rating this because if I was rating it by Complete Guide To Vintage Star Wars Action Figures enjoyment Well first of all reading about the horrors of WWI is not the nicestxperience and second of all I wasn t very invested but philosophically I agree with verything Tardi says and the way he drives his point home is simply brilliant Anyhow we need of this anti war rhetoric don t we Tardi gives verything he has in this comic book Driven by his absolute hate for Tres Ensayos De Filosofia Poltica every type of warfare he uses his grandfather sxperiences and transforms them to pure war brutality on paper A must have for very WWI nthusiast who wants something than big xplosions and poetic sacrifice 55 Jacues Tardi s sombre and unrelenting graphic novel on WWI hit me like a slap in the face The way he recounts tale after tale of dehumanising brutality of normal lives t In case you missed the memo World War I was a nightmare of pointless suffering for millions upon millions of people This beautifully produced and translated reprint of a 1993 French graphic collection takes you there via a loose collection of personal stories from the French trenches There s no protagonist no plot no narrative just as the author writes in his foreword Nothing but a gigantic anonymous scream of agony Each of these screams of agony is the story of a French soldier and the madness he ncounters at the front lines There are about 8 10 stories ranging from 2 15 pages The Very Best Of Ricky Skaggs each and they march across the mind with relentless horror Tardi drew heavily upon archival photos and research in drafting these stories and it certainly shows both in the detail andmotional truth of the images In another part of the preface the author wrote The only thing that interests me is man and his suffering and it fills me with rage and that rage comes across very directly This is not a book to be read for fun but to be studied in conjunction with other seminal works on World War I such as Goodbye to All That Paths of Glory and many many books and films which are listed in the Levnet Og Meeninger excellent bibliography in the rear of the book The book occupies the uneasy but vital space between pure documentary footage memoir and fiction and could be anxcellent teaching tool for the classroom It was the war of the trenchesThis classic graphic novel could not really ngage me The stories were too fragmentary to be really compelling Tardi s prose didn t appeal to me it could be the dutch translation and I also found the illustrations unattractive All men looked very much the same like caricatures Nevertheless it delivers a poignant message about the futility and cruelty of WW I This war comic absolutely a war comic which is to say a profoundly antiwar comic is an awful masterwork of aggrieved and wounded humanity Hovering between blunted affect righteous fury and pitch black absurdist humor it is one of a very few comics to and I mean this literally give me the shakes Tardi s barrage of fictional though obsessively researched soldiers vignettes about the first World War goes off like a bomb in slow motion the precise pitiless unraveling of ach anecdote like the ticking of a cruel clockThe book s total ffect strikes each anecdote like the ticking of a cruel clockThe book s total ffect strikes as paradoxical On the one hand it deemphasizes specific human drama through the very interchangeableness of the hapless soldiers the whole book reads as a just that a whole Vol 1 each new vignette simply continuing the mood of the previous The book gives off the air of helplessness before vast forces that I associate with literary naturalism at its bleakest On the other handach tale is keenly piercingly specific The Mind Within The Net Models Of Learning Thinking And Acting each is personalized and particularized withxuisite care down to the varied likenesses of ach and very doomed man The result is stunningly powerfulTardi combines a searching moral imagination with ice cold unsentimentality and an animating rage that he has sublimated into art That the book succeeds in being a narrative about war rather than merely an obvious diatribe against it does not in any way lessen its angry heartsore uality its fury at the nightmarish self destructive pointlessness of mass human slaughter What makes all this work is the slight motional remove of Tardi s narration which of mass human slaughter What makes all this work is the slight motional remove of Tardi s narration which between third and first person but never gives in to mere sympathizingAbove all the book rests on Tardi s cool measured formalism and the Cooking Light Superfast Suppers Speedy Solutions For Dinner Dilemmas extraordinary vividness of his compositions there are some staggering drawings and pages here These make It Was the War of the Trenches a relentless black masterpieceUnuestionably anssential volume for any serious comics library and one that is now Celebrating The Midwestern Table embedded in my mind In case you might have a tendency to romanticize war any war or maybe the century distant WWI in particular read this book How could one come to romanticize a war that killed and maimed millions the reverberations of which are feltven today Maybe it might come about through a certain approach to history or military history one focused on battle strategies the invention of particular weapons the biographies of military commanders and politicians This text which I take to be the still prolific Tardi s masterwork is also one of the great texts in any format on war and certainly of the literature of WWI Consistent with the impulses of all great anti war literature of Crane Hemingway Remarue and so many others this text dedicated to the author s grandfather whose stories he grew up listening to focuses on the soldiers and vilifies castigates the commanders the generals the politicians th. O ue interessa a Tardi é mostrar o absurdo de um conflito Batman e a confusão dos pobres coitados arrastados nesta máuina ue os tritura sem perdão Tardi fala da guerra de todas as guerras Com a angústia de a ver regressar um diam toda a sua loucura assassina Gilbert JacuesFoi Assim a Guerra das Trincheiras não é o trabalho de um historiador Não se trata de uma história da Primeira Guerra Mundial m banda desenhada mas de uma suces. ,


As had an incalculable influence on younger cartoonists in particular Joe Sacco and Ivan B It belongs next to Erich Maria Remarues All uiet on the Western Front Stanley Kubrick s Paths of Glory as the most motionally devastating narrative masterworks about the physical psychological Boy At Bat existential horrors of The Great War Paths of Glory was written almostntirely by the great hard boiled crime novelist Jim Thompson then subjected to an insubstantial rewrite by Kubrick that allowed him to steal the writing credit for his first major work as an auteur theft was apparently Kubrick s Path to Glory ALSO One of 2019 s most critically lauded films Sam Mendes 1917 is another xcellent fictionalfictionalized account of one soldier s xperience on the battlefield behind Film As History History As Film enemy lines butven with all the green screen depictions of Vitlused Lnemerel Sgis 1941 Ja 1942 Aasta Jrg Legendidele Oletustele Ja Mningasele Tele Vitlustest Lnemerel Selle Rannikul Ja Saartel exploding bodies the visceral nature of the cinematic medium Tardi s IWtWotT Goddamn This War along with the War works of Otto Dix remain the definitive visual statements on The War th End All Wars Reading some of the other reviews the uestion was raised of how anyone could have lived through the sheer horror of the trenches and still be hungrynough for battle to start WWII Who would want a rematch As is always the case the loser of the first fight There are very few things worse than the butchery of war seeing men s lives sold so cheaply Le Murmure Des Fantmes except knowing that it was all for nothing The loss made the horror of it all that much worse And it made veterans defensive and insecure Otto Dix spoke about hisxperiences in WWI as if it were a rite of manhood an inevitable test of the steel in one s soul But his art told another story Trench his tryptychs from the Joseph In Egypt early 30 s and his many paintings of the legless armless grievously deformed war vets who were a constant reminder of Germany s futile sacrifices all seem to indicate that WWI was much than anducation or crucible Otto Dix The War TriptychCentral Panel 1929 34 Dix fought in the trenches for Germany in WWI depicting the carnage with a cool Silent Ones eye recording the horrors without judgement The person most responsible for WWII was another veteran of the trenches a war hero and stretcher bearer who couldn t let the humiliation Germany suffered at the treaty of Versailles go unanswered To be clear Hitler was not admirable and his cause was not just But I think much of his appeal to the German people related to his understanding of the way that WWI gnawed at the sleeping minds of veterans made them imagine people saw them with accusingyes thought them to be cowards who had surrendered Germany s honor and worse betrayed the men whose bones still littered the battlefield Hitler promised them a chance to avenge the betrayal of Versailles and a chance to restore German pride Otto Dix The Seven Deadly Sins 1933 I think WWII and the genocidal madness of the Third Reich could have been avoided if it weren t for the ridiculously harsh demands of Article 231 The Notorious War Guilt Clause Military Disarmament The Loss Of notorious War Guilt Clause military disarmament the loss of and forced reparations that would have amounted to nearly half a trillion dollars US in today s currency The conomic Drain Of WWI Was Exacerbated By Article of WWI was xacerbated by Article sending Germany into a financial crisis There was a pervasive opinion in the Weimar years that the nation had been betrayed by its leaders It was believed that after a long stalemate German politicians had surrendered while the military had been determined to fight Rich and powerful Jewish interests were at the center of a conspiracy theory that implicated them as scapegoats Otto Dix Flanders 1934 In reality Germany had been beaten The Hundred Days Offensive launched by the Allies had decisively crushed the Germans on the Western front the worsening Tan Fuerte Tan Cerca economy led to massive worker strikes that shut down much of the necessary production desertion was weakening the army the Imperial German Navy suffered a mutiny at Kiel and this triggered further domestic chaos and the German Revolution Blaming rich Jews and foreigners was preferable to facing such ugly truthsThe Treaty of Versailles served to nurture a seething resentment among the German people and inflictedconomic injuries that aggravated the insults but were not Forsaken Protector enough to cripple the nation s ability to rebuild itself militarily I wonder if the treaty had been done differently allowing Germany to retain some modicum of its wounded pride would it have beennough to keep the national socialists from rising to power Would it have been The 8 Pillars Of Motivation enough to prevent WWII Or would the losers have still wanted their rematch This was touching sad and heart wrenching Thank you for your sacrificeThis was not a light read It will have anffect you The way this book was written and drawn was very poignant The author focused on one soldier at a time and told his story until his tale Among The Jimson Weeds Running Nowhere 1 ended and then he would start the story of the next soldier and so on Focusing on one person at a time contributed to why it was somotionally stirring for me All of the main characters have distinct personalities and depth so when things get personal you really feel for ach character The art was really good but there were a few times where I couldn t tell certain people apart and I got a little confused It was beautifully done though in rich black and white apart and I got a little confused It was beautifully done though in rich black and white what I consider to be a French cartoon style Overall I recommend this to anyone who likes graphic novels short stories black and white art French cartoons WWI soldiers or Europe. Meira versão do álbumEstando ferozmente comprometido com a minha liberdade de pensamento de criação nada uero receber nem do poder actual nem de ualuer outro poder ualuer ue seja É por isso com a maior firmeza ue recuso De Aziatische Keuken esta medalha Não é obrigatório ficarmos contentes por sermos reconhecidos por gente ue nãostimamos Tardi na ocasião m ue recusou a medalha de Cavaleiro da Legião de Honra atribuída pelo Estado francês.

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