The Attack of the Dead Men

The Attack of the Dead Men

During World War 1, after being hit with a wave of chlorine gas, 100 Russian soldiers coved in blood and half-blind, successfully launched a counter-attack against the advancing 7000 Germans, who fled at the sight of the “dead men walking.” This incident has been called “the Attack of the Dead Men.”

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