Listen to music from Death Above like Tremors, The Arrival (From The Abyss) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Death Above. The Attack of the Soul Eaters.
Death Eaters are characters featured in the Harry Potter series of novels and films. They are a group of dark wizard & witches, led by the dark wizard Lord Voldemort (Tom Riddle), who seek to purify the Wizarding community by eliminating the Muggle-borns (wizards and witches born to non-magical parents).
The first world conflict gave rise to many horrifying battle tactics, including the use of poison gas. One of the most unsettling WWI fights was the battle at the Osowiec Fortress, where Germans fought what looked like real-life zombies. On August 6, 1915, the Germans. Graveyard Shift 'The Attack Of The Dead Men' Is One Of The Most Horrifying Battles You've Never Heard Of. Laura Allan.
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Attack of the Killer V: Live. The Lotus Eaters (Tribute to Dead Can Dance). The Theme (Of Progressive Attack). Attack Of The Salami-Smokers From Venus. The Dizzy Brain Of Mrs. Bliss. Attack Of The Midnight Shadows. Attack Of The Killer B-Sides. Attack Of The Neon Shark. One of the Things The Silvermen. A Memory of Germany The Eaters. Drone Attack The Restarts.
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This attack has gone down in history as the attack of the dead. Most of the barracks, dugouts and fortified posts lacked artificial ventilation and were not even fitted with any kind of oxygen generators. Three companies from the 226 th infantry division were wiped out and only around 100 soldiers from the fourth company survived.
If the attack really was known as the ‘attack of the dead’ at the time, I think it’s just a turn of phrase; and likely originated with Russians rather than Germans. Despite this, I wouldn’t be surprised to see this WW1 zombie meme grow legs in the coming years. WW1 Zombie by Savagezombie (Deviantart).