Presentation on theme: "Hannah walker. Iraqi Aftermath She was only six! The woman cried Cradling her daughter as she died The soldier blank could not compose As up to her."— Presentation transcript:
Iraqi Aftermath She was only six! The woman cried Cradling her daughter as she died The soldier blank could not compose As up to her feet the woman rose I spit on you and all your kin What is this hell you have us in? Is this freedom? Is this why you fight? How many more children, die tonight? Mama I know your angry and it breaks my heart This is not my War, this is just my part After the bombings I come to collate Success of the mission, or mistakes that we make She points to the little lifeless pile There's your mistake, one dead child One more tomorrow, maybe two or three If that is your freedom, don't liberate me Rhyme- Fight and tonight Repetition; Mistake
In The Battle Of Somme 58,000 English troops were killed on the first day.
This amount remains the record of most killed on the first day of a battle.
The main aim was to kill German soldiers and the other was to gain land.
The German’s barbed wire and the English’s poor weapons made the attack go horribly wrong.