Observation Of Black Soldiers In The Wild, By George Bernard Shaw

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It was true, the black soldiers didn’t know from their left to their right, however they were fast learners and Shaw saw that. In one scene the Sargent major, who was tasked to teach/instruct the black soldiers, was screaming at the soldiers due to their improper marching. Later on it can be clearly seen that the black soldiers were marching in sync like they were supposed to. The next scene was combat training using rifles and bayonets. At that point Shaw faith towards the regiment increase and was confident about their skills and their capability in fighting this war. This is confirmed when Shaw stated that the men were learning faster than a white man and how they were so tense during training and is able to relax without a care in the
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