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In the source it states “A bloke called Archie Duke shot an Ostrich because he was Hungary” as I have said you need knowledge of the war to understand this fully. This means that a Siberian shot Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand from Austria-Hungary. So I would say this was a good interpretation of the war because it used humour to put the point across.
Another good interpretation is when Black Adder talks about the “Somme baths” Allot of soldiers suffered with trench foot and evidence showed that the trenches were very wet and almost never dry this shows the statement made is correct. The trench were the soldiers are living is portrayed as being large but in fact they were very small and many soldiers were packed into a small confined space. So this is where I personally think the interpretation is bad but some people might argue that there were different size trenches.
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