When the horse jumps over the British tank, he runs to a German trench, jumps over and runs alongside it, to finally jump into the trench. Once he falls inside, he starts to run madly among the astonished Germans. The problem is: the trenches were made in zig-zag pattern, making soldiers difficult to see beyond 10m, along the trench. The horse ran way more than that, and the obstacles inside the trenches would make this run impossible. See more...
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|Original entry||During the cavalry charges, swords are held at shoulder height as they would for charging enemy cavalry, not knee height for charging infantry. This was a deliberate decision in order to have the blades more visible.|