*The Red Army Resists* By: Whitney Cole & Wayne Gladman *Battle of Stalingrad* Red Army Resists Characters Nurse (N) Russian Soldier (S) Television reporter (R) *Character Script* S: Well every days a hard day out here and uh well I cant really explain what I’m feeling right now Don, I guess R: Hello this is Don Johnson! We are German bullets take all the feelings at Stalingrad live with the report on the out of our minds. Russian and German fighting. Today R: That’s very intense private. I’m sure we will be talking with a Russian no one except your fellow comrades soldier and nurse who are both would understand what you are going struggling to win control of Red through. Square. S: Yeah, but I hardly fear death R: Behind me is a Russian recruiter anymore. War takes that fear out of getting the youth of Russia to win back you, yet whether we fear it or not its the motherland always a possibility. R: So what’s going on?!?!? Russian recruiter talking S: Well, like I said before um this war R: We have a young Russian soldier is very horrible. However, we have here, about 18 years. So, private how trapped the Germans and they are have your days been going out here without food or ammunition, with no on the front lines of Stalingrad? hope of rescue. R: Oh, well that must bring hope to the Russian troops. *Dialogue with Soldier Cont…* R: So, how many casualties have there been so far? S: Well, we don’t really know how many Russians we have lost, but there are rumors going around that the Germans have lost close to 300,000 men now. Even with all our wounded men, we have one of the best nurses around to help us out. R: Oh that reminds me; can you show me where she is? S: Sure. She’s stationed in the medical depot. R: Thanks private, and good luck. Walking, goes up to nurse. *Dialogue between Nurse and Reporter* R. Well Miss, it seems you have quite N. Why yes I suppose so, its my lunch a lot on your plate here. break anyway. N. Obviously! I'm trying to save lives R. Alright well what does this part in the here, get out of my way. Russian army do to you mentally and R. Could I maybe pull you aside for a physically? moment for quick interview? N. Well it is obviously mentally grueling when having to lie to nearly dead soldiers N. Are you serious we have helpless telling them they’ll make it. men dying out there at the hands of N. Physically this job can be dreadful, the the corrupted fascist army! last wink of sleep I got occurred nearly R. Well the people deserve to know, two days ago. From my point of view you don’t you want your voice to be heard don’t even have to be on the front line to across the motherland!? see the terror of war. I see examples of what war causes everyday a comrade is N. Why yes of course but I am just a dragged in here. woman. R. I see, I’m sure nor I and the people at R. That is true but you seem to have home listening can contemplate the the capability to explain your position sacrifices you make everyday. I am truly in this war better than any other man. happy you were able to give me this time with you. Good luck! *Closing* R. Oh jeez we better get out of here there is shrapnel everywhere! We have to make it back across the Volga River before we end up right back with that nurse! R. This is Don Johnson reporting from Stalingrad Live. We know you have many other wars to listen to tonight and we're glad you picked Stalingrad! R. Good Fight! and Good night!
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