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What a Lovely War which begins on a single war grave, gradually pulling backward to reveal hundreds of identical crosses.
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After producing a film adaption of his 1968 novel Only When I Larf, Deighton and photographer Brian Duffy bought the film rights to Joan Littlewood and Theatre Workshop's stage musical Oh, What a Lovely War!
What a Lovely War, the Music Room was used for the scene where the Austrian Emperor signs the declaration of war against Serbia.
He was educated at Grove Primary School, Whiteknights Primary School, then Meadway School, Tilehurst, where he appeared in school productions such as Toad of Toad Hall " and Oh, What a Lovely War !.
Another foray into the world of entertainment occurred in the 1960s when he served as the historical consultant for both the stage and film versions of Oh, What a Lovely War!
What a Lovely War and even an LP record of the 1966 Le Mans 24-hour race, inspired by his lifelong passion for motor-racing.
What a Lovely War ( 1969 ), co-starring Sir John Gielgud and Sir Laurence Olivier and directed by Richard Attenborough ; Justine ( 1969 ), directed by George Cukor ; Le Serpent ( 1973 ), co-starring Henry Fonda and Yul Brynner ; A Bridge Too Far ( 1977 ), in a controversial performance as Lieutenant General Frederick " Boy " Browning, also starring Sean Connery and an all-star cast and again directed by Richard Attenborough.
The works for which she is now best remembered are probably Shelagh Delaney's A Taste of Honey ( 1958 ), which gained critical acclaim, and the satirical musical Oh, What a Lovely War!
What a Lovely War ( 1969 ), Nicholas and Alexandra ( 1971 ), Mary, Queen of Scots ( 1971 ) and Young Winston ( 1972 ).
What A Lovely War summarizes and comments on the story of World War I using popular songs of the time, many of which were parodies of older popular songs, and using allegorical settings such as Brighton's West Pier to portray historical events.
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What the GDR called the " Anti-Fascist Protective Wall " was a major embarrassment for the program during the Cold War, but it did stabilize East Germany and postpone its collapse.
* Court-martialed Vietnam War mass-murderer William Calley sporting the guileless grin of Alfred E. Neuman, complete with the parody catchphrase ' What, My Lai?
After the conclusion of the Dominion War, Worf is made the Federation ambassador to Qo ' noS ( the Klingon homeworld ), as depicted in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine series finale " What You Leave Behind ".
Films made in the years following World War I tended to emphasise the horror or futility of warfare, most notably The Big Parade ( 1925 ) and What Price Glory?
What is clear is that from early on there were marked differences of wealth within the state, and these became even more serious after the law of Epitadeus, passed at some time after the Peloponnesian War, removed the legal prohibition of the gift or bequest of land.
What the Boers presented was a mobile and innovative approach to warfare, drawing on their experiences from the First Boer War.
What they entirely failed to comprehend, however, was both the impact of destructive fire from trench positions and the mobility of cavalry raids, both of which had been developed in the American Civil War.
He largely moved away from historical parts when he played an Italian vineyard owner in California in They Knew What They Wanted ( 1940 ); a South Seas patriarch in The Tuttles of Tahiti ( 1942 ); and an American admiral during World War II in Stand by for Action ( 1942 ).
What has started as an argument over pay owed to soldiers by the Carthaginian Government, explodes into a full-scale revolution, known as the Mercenary War.
In his 2006 self-published book I Kept My Word: The Personal Promise Between a World War II Army Private and His Captain About What Really Happened to Glenn Miller, Clarence B. Wolfe — a gunner with Battery D, 134th AAA Battalion, in Folkestone, England — claims that his battery shot down Miller's plane.
* When, after World War II, France attempted to counter Hồ Chí Minh's popularity and gain the support of the U. S. by creating a puppet government with him, he said " What they call a Bảo Đại solution turns out to be just a French solution.
Bertie displays a fondness for pre-World War I slang, peppering his speech with words and phrases such as " What ho!
What is explicitly recognized as International Relations theory was not developed until after World War I, and is dealt with in more detail below.
What he valued in Wells was not the later polemicist, but the novelist whose evocation of certain aspects of life in England before the First World War recalled to Orwell comparable experiences of his own.
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What Hume calls `` sensation '' is what Whitehead calls `` perception in the mode of presentational immediacy '' which is a sophisticated abstraction from perception in the mode of causal efficacy.
What irritated Miriam was that Wright had told the papers about a reasonable offer he had made, which he considered she would accept `` when she tires of publicity ''.
What are the historical trends in this country and abroad in the extent to which these goals are effectively realized??
What we have in mind does have something in common with the goals of psychoanalysis and with the methods by which they are sought.
What was perhaps more important than his concept of the nature of history and the historical method were those forces which shaped the direction of his thought.
What is wrong with advertising is not only that it is an `` outrage, an assault on people's mental privacy '' or that it is a major cause for a wasteful economy of abundance or that it contains a coercive tendency ( which is closer to the point ).
Those famous lines of the Greek Anthology with which a fading beauty dedicates her mirror at the shrine of a goddess reveal a wise attitude: `` Venus, take my votive glass, Since I am not what I was, What from this day I shall be, Venus, let me never see ''.
What is required is the full implementation of Article 2 of the Treaty, which provides: `` The Parties will contribute toward the further development of peaceful and friendly international relations by strengthening their free institutions, by bringing about a better understanding of the principles upon which these institutions are founded, and by promoting conditions of stability and well-being.
What they have objected to is the attempt of the Russians to make use of the tragedy of Dag Hammarskjold's death to turn the entire U.N. staff from the Secretary down into political agents of the respective countries from which they come.
What better affirmative step could be taken to this end than repeal of the Connally amendment -- an act which could expose the United States to no practical risk yet would put an end to our self-judging attitude toward the court, enable us to utilize it, and advance in a tangible way the cause of international law and order??
What was missing in the Governor's argument, as in so many similar arguments, was a premise which would enable one to make the ethical leap from what might be militarily desirable to what is right.
What we will be sacrificing in any such arrangement will be our power to be selective which is contained in the reciprocal trade principle under which we now operate.
What we have left as reasonably comparable are four classes: ( 1 ) body parts and products, which with a proportionally nearly even representation ( 51 terms out of 253, 25 out of 100 ) come out with nearly even ratios ; ;
What that spirit and attitude were we can best understand if we see more precisely how it contrasts with the communist tradition with the longest continuous history, the one which reached Christianity by the way of Stoicism through the Church Fathers of Late Antiquity.
What Parker and his contemporaries -- Gillespie, Davis, Monk, Roach ( Tristano is an anomaly ), etc. -- did was to absorb the musical ornamentation of the older jazz into the basic structure, of which it then became an integral part, and with which it then developed.
What we can attempt with some hope of dependable conclusions is to point out the manner in which Christianity entered into particular aspects of the life of the nation.
What concerns him much more is the relationship of diet to the nation's No. 1 killer: coronary artery disease, which accounts for more than half of all heart fatalities and kills 500,000 Americans a year -- twice the toll from all varieties of cancer, five times the deaths from automobile accidents.
Pastor and theologian Dr. Brian Abasciano claims " What Paul says about Jews, Gentiles, and Christians, whether of their place in God ’ s plan, or their election, or their salvation, or how they should think or behave, he says from a corporate perspective which views the group as primary and those he speaks about as embedded in the group.
What real wrong is there, after all, in destroying a synagogue, a ' home of perfidy, a home of impiety ,' in which Christ is daily blasphemed?