The Machine Gun & Skye's Band of Brothers
In 1914, young men from the Scottish village of Portree left their homes to fight in the trenches. Few would ever return. In this touching film, Neil Oliver reveals how the recruitment of a new weapon by the Germans, a machine gun, wiped out an entire generation of young Scots. He discovers the killing power of this machine and the impact it had, not only on a single community, but on the future of warfare.
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