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#66 - falloutfanatic ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
My country ended the tyranny of a few and liberated the many, Brought democracy to fascism's doorstep and proved the superior system, Helped saved millions from oppression and slaughter at the hands butchers, Participated in the most powerful military alliance in human history, took part in brutal combat all over the globe, and Ended the worst and bloodiest conflict in human history with the most absolute victory ever achieved.
User avatar #73 to #66 - beerterror (05/09/2013) [-]
And sold half of europe for tyranny of communism in Yalta
#82 to #73 - ketiw (05/09/2013) [-]
im from the sold europe, thank you america
#76 to #66 - itsbendingtime (05/09/2013) [-]
>this is what they actually teach americans at school.
User avatar #88 - arkytior (05/09/2013) [-]
the country did nothing, it was the people who fought the nazis and the Italians and Hungarians. When the Russians came to help, everything was prepared, they did nothing.


Slovenia FTW
User avatar #255 - caesarslegion (05/09/2013) [-]
Most Nazi soldiers didn't even like Hitler or Nazism. It was mostly just the Waffen SS and even then there were some who didn't like what was going on.

Not that this excuses the genocide and largest war in history or anything.
User avatar #259 to #255 - schneidend ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
Most people throughout the world, Germans included, were not even aware of the genocidal policies until much later in the war. Even to most Jews, the abductions were just rumors initially.
#252 - anonymous (05/09/2013) [-]
My great-grand mother was sent to jail for a night after saying that Germany couldn't win the war.

When she went out the next day, American soldiers were attacking the Germans in the city ! It was the D-Day ! She told me she thought it was Great Britain coming, she had no idea the Americans would come. There were bombing and **** .

She fled and hid in the woods with her mom, and they were found by US soldiers, these guys took them in a safe place during the battles:) (France)
User avatar #94 - phsycokiller (05/09/2013) [-]
My Great grandad fought in North Africa during WW2, apparently his name is carved in El Djem in Tunisia and Nazis burned my grandad's house to the ground, his cat went mad and his dad had to shoot in the head. I found this confusing considering they were from Hungary, an ally of the Nazis.
#90 - faparap (05/09/2013) [-]
My great grandfather (who I was named after) was a British soldier from Guernsey (British territory in the English channel, was taken by Germans) - he was taken as a POW, promptly broken out, proceeded to free other soldiers, etc, for most of the war. But during the battle of Britain in 1940, before all that, he was one of the few troops in Normandy at the time. Basically the Luftwaffe were going to bomb the **** out of London, and German forces were going to try and take British mainland. My great grandfather promptly decided, **** it, I'm going to die. Stole a metric ******** of liquor and got ****** up before the call to retreat was made. So there he was, on a battleship, off his face and too drunk to function. So he was simply allowed to run around the ship, singing rugby songs, and about how he ****** the German soldier's assorted family members. He woke up with two things - a hangover, and a medal, for giving the crew morale, and helping the British forces repel the German assault.
User avatar #28 - bigbeaufort ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
We dropped bombs on people and held an air of superiority for the next 60 or so years. I don't think I have to say who.
User avatar #29 to #28 - bigbeaufort ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
BIG bombs
#49 to #29 - anonymous (05/09/2013) [-]
Yeah all hail North Korea!
User avatar #38 - severepwner (05/09/2013) [-]
Whenever someone mentions a german foot soldier, I just think of a guy who just got entirely blamed for World War 1, and had to go through a depression for a long time, until some guy saved the country, and happened to that Jews.
User avatar #314 - sXeknockout (05/12/2013) [-]
My great granddad was the driver for the commanders in North Africa, even got a medal for it.
#305 - anonymous (05/10/2013) [-]
We just produced stuff for the war, sent workers to the USA, received some defective P-47s, the grandfather of a friend's friend went to the war, he had already fought in the Mexican Revolution so he had an idea of what war was, except the Japanese preferred the bayonet over the gun.
User avatar #292 - killerblue (05/09/2013) [-]
My grandfather was part of the Air Force
User avatar #287 - theshadowed (05/09/2013) [-]
Great-Granddad served with the RAF. His brother was an officer for the Canadian Army. Fought in D-Day.
My Great Grandmother's street had a laundry at the end of her street. Took a direct hit in the Blitz and scattered everyone's clothes all over the rooftops
User avatar #279 - Zedotelhado (05/09/2013) [-]
We sold copper, iron, gold, steel, coal and volframium to both the Allies and the Axis.

We sent about 15,000 "Volunteers" to help the Axis in Italy and Russia.

We smuggled about 30,000 refugees (roughly half of which were jews) from France into our country.
#280 to #279 - zenok (05/09/2013) [-]
And what is your country?
User avatar #284 to #280 - Zedotelhado (05/09/2013) [-]
Po(o)rtugal.
User avatar #282 - Ruspanic (05/09/2013) [-]
Defeated Germany. And Japan. And Italy.
Feels good to be a dual Russian-American citizen.
#277 - bipplenurp (05/09/2013) [-]
Supreme Secretary had a beautiful stache, we ran out of bread, and sniped Nazis. At least we weren't Finnish
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