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Hope you guys enjoy <3 and before you comment, sorry about the typo

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#5 - mudkipfucker ONLINE (06/06/2014) [+] (7 replies)
Naxi Germany
Naxi Germany
#48 - szatan (06/06/2014) [+] (10 replies)
1. ******** ! First german camouflage was called Splittertarnmuster or Splittertarn and was introduced in 1931 to Reichwehr units. Flecktarn is name of current german camo pattern.
2. ******** ! Hitler was almost nothing to say about new guns for soldiers. StG 44 was just another technical adventage after not so good MP-40. Next. First prototype of this first modern assault rifle was not named MP-44 but Maschinenkarabiner 1942(MKb 42). And biggest pile of ******** in this image. Only similar thing between AK-47 and Stg 44 was shape. Almost everything was different. Mechanism, method of construction, materials used. ***************** !
3."Near the end of WWII, Naxi(seriously? ) Germany was very close to having blah blah blah" ******** ! First test fly of Me-262 was in july 1942 and introduction to line units was in april 1944. Germans made about 1400 of them, but used only about 200. 100 was destroyed by allies pilots.
4. Kinda ******** . You can't said Tiger was best tank overall. Sure it has great 8.8cm cannon, thick armour, good engine and other **** , but on the other hand it was hard and expensive in production, require specialized crew and ******** ammount of fuel.
That part of being best tank is also kinda ******** . Tiger just encounter bad opponents. Sherman, for example, was one big fire trap on tracks(soldiers even called him Zippo becaus he's "light up the first try"[ignite after one accurate hit]). And russian tanks? There was just many of them. And by many i mean REALLY MANY of medicore in all aspects tanks driven by pulled away from the plow guys. If we talking about amount/kill ratio, sure we can name Tiger best tank, but if we taking it overall, it was just very good.
I have no information about 5 and 6, so i say nothing.
Nevertheless this post is full of ******** , flase information and faggotry.

Sorry about bad english
#178 - toxicwastedump (06/07/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Naxi pads, for when shes on the rag Anne frankly you dont want to deal with her.
#175 - oubliette (06/07/2014) [+] (4 replies)
User avatar #17 - icewizardftw (06/06/2014) [+] (8 replies)
When you say that Hitler didn't want anymore assault rifles, did you mean sub machine guns or bolt action rifles? Because the STG 44 was the first assault rifle the Germans developed.
#52 - greenbob (06/06/2014) [+] (7 replies)
While Nazi gemans were horrible people their technological progress is ******* amazing.

That airplane? the Messerschmitt Me 262?
Good plane. But not as advaced, or cool as this one.

Horton 2-29
Before you ask, that did run the ME262 and 2-29 against one another. While ME was faster, 2-29 was much more maneuverable. Which is what you need, in a sky-fight.
Shape familiar? Well that's 'cause the people who made the B2 were inspired by it. hell, It might'Ve even been them, for all i know. After the war, everybody took german scientists liek they were hot potatoes.

This bad ************ , if it was put into production, it might've been enough to break England. That's how badass it is.
For those who want to learn more, there's a documentary on this one. www.youtube.com/watch?v=weFQ2FfbMfc
#255 - grimmwaters ONLINE (06/07/2014) [+] (1 reply)
German meat, it's the Wurst.
User avatar #258 to #255 - cumbersome ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
Thats danish
User avatar #77 - inconspicuousguy (06/06/2014) [+] (3 replies)
The part on the Jet is 100% wrong. The Me-262 A1 was in full production by the end of the war, with one full fighter wing equipped exclusively with the aircraft. 1,400 of them were built. Never reached production my ass.

Also its a sexy ******* plane.
#70 - zomaru (06/06/2014) [+] (12 replies)
The Tiger, A true Heavy tank in its class.
The Tiger, A true Heavy tank in its class.
#250 - jakedefense (06/07/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Why does this post have so many thumbs? Many of these facts are plain wrong or very inaccurate. Second fact, &quot;Hitler didn't want any more assault rifles being produced&quot; bull 						****					, there was no such thing as an assault rifle before the invention of the STG 44.    
   
Third fact. &quot;... very close to having the first working fighter jet&quot;. They had a working jet aircraft in 1941, although it wasn't combat ready and it wasn't the me 262. The me 262 was working in 1942 and was in production during 1943 with limited action then was used in its largest numbers during 1944. It was successful and hitler demanded they be used as fighter bombers. No redesign happened, he just demanded fighter bombers. The war ended before it was put out for production? WHAT?   
   
Fact four. I seriously doubt the accuracy of that statement. The tiger was a very good tank and it was renowned, although I am not sure if it takes the top spot EVER.   
   
Fact Five. Meh.   
   
Fact six. (Citation needed)
Why does this post have so many thumbs? Many of these facts are plain wrong or very inaccurate. Second fact, "Hitler didn't want any more assault rifles being produced" bull **** , there was no such thing as an assault rifle before the invention of the STG 44.

Third fact. "... very close to having the first working fighter jet". They had a working jet aircraft in 1941, although it wasn't combat ready and it wasn't the me 262. The me 262 was working in 1942 and was in production during 1943 with limited action then was used in its largest numbers during 1944. It was successful and hitler demanded they be used as fighter bombers. No redesign happened, he just demanded fighter bombers. The war ended before it was put out for production? WHAT?

Fact four. I seriously doubt the accuracy of that statement. The tiger was a very good tank and it was renowned, although I am not sure if it takes the top spot EVER.

Fact Five. Meh.

Fact six. (Citation needed)
#233 - legodude ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
this post is so full of ******** , the ME262 DID fight during the war it first flew in 1941 and about 1500 were made!
User avatar #61 - roninneko (06/06/2014) [+] (27 replies)
That bit on the "MP-44" is almost 70% wrong.

The rifle was designed in 1941 and originally presented to Hitler as a possible weapon to replace the K-98, given that most engagements seemed to be taking place well inside 300yds which made volume of fire more important than having a long range.

Unfortunately for the German military, Hitler was a traditionalist who preferred the "glory day" K-98 and believed other weapons were unfit for the soldiers of the Reich; he quickly vetoed the project. His generals, on the other hand, were so impressed with the design's tactical flexibility that they decided to produce and distribute it without the Fuhrer's permission. The resulting weapon was designated the "MP-43" - "MP" being the designation given to submachine guns - and issued in select numbers to certain divisions of the Wehrmacht on the Eastern Front.

When Hitler visited these units to inspect them and ask if they wanted for anything, he was consistently asked to provide more of a weapon he had specifically vetoed, yet had mysteriously appeared all along the Eastern Front. As the war grew more desperate for the Nazis in 1944, Hitler finally caved: the "MP-43" was re-named the "StG-44" or "SturmGewehr Model 1944", becoming the first assault rifle in the world to see extensive frontline service. It was too late to save the war, however, but did become the basis for the operating mechanism behind the Heckler-Koch G-3 battle rifle and the MP-5 submachine gun.

Oh and, by the way, the AK-47 and StG-44 share almost nothing in common except for the general concept: select-fire, medium-power, medium-range. The StG-44 was a tilting-bolt action, while the AK-47 is a rotating-bolt action; each design requires radically different internal designs to work properly. The only two features they have in common are that the gas block is above the barrel, and that both are piston-driven actions as opposed to the direct-impingement later favoured by Americans with the M16 rifle.
#281 - kaboomz (06/07/2014) [-]
>naxi
#287 - skumbaner (06/07/2014) [-]
The comp was 						****
The comp was ****
#262 - flyingvivo (06/07/2014) [-]
How can you be so ridiculously incorrect about the Me 262?
They made 1430 of them ffs and they did see service. The picture on the left was taken by a P-51 Mustang as it was shooting down a 262.
#190 - rectophobia (06/07/2014) [-]
You missed the most important fact: Hilter did nothing wrong
#174 - theredsunrising (06/07/2014) [+] (35 replies)
half of these "facts" are wrong
User avatar #193 to #181 - Blastattack (06/07/2014) [-]
1. Camoflauge clothing was not standard issue for the german army. Some units such as the Fallschirjager troops were issued camoflauge smocks to go over their standard luftwaffe jumpsuits. Flecktarn is the modern incarnation, but the Nazi's called it Platanenmuster

2. It is impossible for Hitler to "not want more" assault rifles during the 1930s and early 1940s because no such thing existed. The idea for an assault rifle was conceived in 1940, and did not reach any level of production until 1944.

3. The Nazi's established serial production of the ME 262 and fielded a number of them. However their late arrival and lack of numbers meant they had limited impact on the war. However, these planes were absolutely devastating against allied aircraft on the rare occassions they were encountered.

4. Despite abysmal losses, the (in)famous T34 tanks have far more kills than German Tigers. However, the Tiger is undoubtedly a far superior tank.

The remaining two facts seem superficially coreect, though more research is needed to prove it either way.
#128 - sephirothpwnz (06/07/2014) [+] (16 replies)
Wrong about the MP44's and ME-262's btw jus saying. Hitler actually didn't like the mp-44 at all because "it didn't look nice" so the designer commissioned it any way Hitler only found out when his commanders were asking for more of them. He then had the designer executed after ordering them to be entered into mass production.

The ME-262 Did see active combat. It engaged american B-17's and P-51 mustangs over germany. The bombs portion is correct, however they didn't need to redesign the entire thing. it was just slow enough because of the bombs for P-51's to successfully engage the ME-262.

The Tiger H/I isn't the MOST successful tank in terms of kill/death ratio, The Abrahms tank has that due to no abrahms tank ever being knocked out due to enemy fire. The Tiger I is however arguably the most famous tank of all time.
#121 - Deavas (06/07/2014) [+] (4 replies)
just imagine the German war machine if they had waited a few more years to build all that **** they never finished
User avatar #122 to #121 - MrDeadiron (06/07/2014) [-]
Or if Hitler had listened to his generals.
#53 - hurzg ONLINE (06/06/2014) [+] (6 replies)
Germans had not one but three fighter jets operated in ww2 mate. Me-163 Komet, Me-262 and He-162. Now one smart ass will come and say 'Komet is rocket interceptor you faggot'. Go look at the definition of the jet.
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