First World War
Sung to â€œBless â€˜Em Allâ€
â€œSlip a pill to Kaiser Bill and make him shed a tearâ€
â€œFor America, I sure must do my partâ€
"Oo La La, Sweet Papa" he will teach them all to sayâ€
â€œAnd I'll do my duty-uty night or dayâ€
â€œWhen we meet in the after awhileâ€
â€œAnd this whole nation's proud to see you hereâ€
"Darling, God protect you over there,"
â€œSo beware, Mister Kaiser, there are more lions in the denâ€
"And the band played Waltzing Matilda, as the ship pulled away from the quay And amidst all the cheers, the flag-waving and tears, we sailed off for Gallipoli"
"If I had a face like you, I'd join the British army"
â€œFirst you go get a gun, then you look for a hunâ€
Written to celebrate the British victory in Palestine (1918)
British music hall and marching song written by Jack Judge
Marching song written by George Henry Powell under the pseudonym of "George Asaf", and set to music by his brother Felix Powell, London 1915.
Wartime ballad written by British songwriter Frederick Weatherly while he was an army officer in 1916. Set to music by Haydn Wood, it was one of the most famous songs from World War.
Novel by H. Cobb. Film directed by S. Kubrick
By Charles Yale Harrison, 1930
By Erich Maria Remarque, 1929