超级大国的兴衰(视频+MP3+中英字幕) 第478期:意外产生的超级大国(21)
日期:2018-10-05 15:43

(单词翻译:单击)

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The United States sent Japanese American citizens to internment camps.
美国将日裔美国公民拘禁在了集中营里
The Germans, Japanese and Soviets all worked prisoners of war to death.
德国,日本和苏联都虐杀战俘
Frighteningly, I believe it will always be not so much the technology that kills, but the good old fashioned human evil operating the technology.
想想就让人害怕,我觉得真正在杀戮的并不是技术,而是人性中的恶在运用这些技术进行残忍杀戮
4. The greatest generation.
第四,最伟大的一代
My parents were kids during the Great Depression and the Second World War.
美国经历经济大萧条和二战的时候我的父母都还是小孩
Maybe your parents belonged to the generation too, more likely it's your grandparents.
可能你们的父亲,更有可能是你们的祖父母,也属于那一代人
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Regardless, Americans born in the years between the two world wars have lived through more history than any other American generation.
不管怎样,一战和二战之间出生的美国人比其它任何一代人所经历的都要更多
It's easy for those of us born after the Second World War to see that the depression wouldn't last or that the Allies would win World War II,
二战之后出生的我们这些人会很容易地看到,经济大萧条并不会持续很久,同盟国也会赢得二战胜利
but back in the day there was no guarantee that America wouldn't go broke, there was no guarantee that the Axis wouldn't win.
但是在当时并没有人能保证美国不会破产,也没有人保证轴心国不会打赢
This generation faced poverty and rationing and the loss of loved ones, but they got back and came out on top.
当时那一代人面临着贫穷,定量配给和失去心爱的人,但是他们最终走出了困境
If you haven't had the chance to talk with one of these senior citizens about what life was like during the Great Depression and the Second World War,
如果你还没有机会和这些老人聊一聊经济大萧条和二战时期的生活状况
please do yourself a favor and hurry up.
那么不妨赶紧给自己找这么一个机会
This opportunity will not be around forever.
否则就可能在也没有机会了

视频及简介

课程介绍:

本次课追溯了美国从一战开始到二战结束的期间外交政策的发展,也涉及了一点国内政策。

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