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#302 - SirSheepy
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#292 - killerblue
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My grandfather was part of the Air Force
#260 - Pwnerer
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#255 - caesarslegion
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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.
#259 to #255 - schneidend
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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 - anon
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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)
#209 - thebritishguy
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My Granddad was in Denmark and he saw a lot of ****, like there was this guy who was part of a resistance group and his family got dragged out by the Nazi's and they shot his wife in the stomach so that it took really long for her to die and the family watched, there was another story which was quite interesting though he said that the resistance group put dye on chickens and wrote words like "**** Nazi's" and then just released them in town centres so that the Nazi's had to spend entire weeks searching and looking for these chickens rather than killing people. He committed suicide when he was older because he was so disturbed.
#203 - anon
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My grandpa lived in Italy at the time.. he hid in a cave for 2 months when the Nazis came.
#172 - TATTYBOJANGLES
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My Grandfather suffered with pneumonia for most of his adult life, so he couldn't fight in the second world war. During the air raids he helped dig the shelters in the back yards of all the elderly residents in his area who couldn't do it themselves.
#116 - threeeighteen
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Kicked Japanese arse in Papua New Guinea.
#114 - foelkera
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I think one of my friend's grandpa was in the SS
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#79 - ketiw
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/story
My grand-grandfathers wife was from Sudety which was mostly habitated by germans, but it was czech territory.
(My GG-father was czech) in 1944 because our country was running out of food and stuff. and germans recieved more than czechs did, she, my gg-mother , went to office and told them that she want to have german citizenship to recieve more supplies. They gave it to her because she was german. BUT now when she was german her husband, my gg-father, have to go to war. He went to the barracks and act like he was deaf (not deaf like deaf, but very very bad hearing) and he got away with it 2 times. But 3rd time, new german officer say "DEAF? That's good in panzer" .. and so my GG-father went to Easter front. He survived 4 deadly hits and after all these battle he was leader of squad (4 tanks including him), after he recieved cross for bravery he went back home, he cried with his brother, because he now it was last time he see him. He died few days later in Battle of Budapešť.
#77 - anon
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/story
My grand-grandfathers wife was from Sudety which was mostly habitated by germans, but it was czech territory.
(My GG-father was czech) in 1944 because our country was running out of food and stuff. and germans recieved more than czechs did, she, my gg-mother , went to office and told them that she want to have german citizenship to recieve more supplies. They gave it to her because she was german. BUT now when she was german her husband, my gg-father, have to go to war. He went to the barracks and act like he was deaf (not deaf like deaf, but very very bad hearing) and he got away with it 2 times. But 3rd time, new german officer say "DEAF? That's good in panzer" .. and so my GG-father went to Easter front. He survived 4 deadly hits and after all these battle he was leader of squad (4 tanks including him), after he recieved cross for bravery he went back home, he cried with his brother, because he now it was last time he see him. He died few days later in Battle of Budapešť.
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#81 to #77 - ketiw
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sorry did not log in. Im not shamed about it so ... it's not anonymous i guess.
#75 - psychfouronenine
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My Grandfather loaded missiles onto and fixed planes. My best friend is currently a crew chief in the army. Meanwhile, I'm stuck at home because MEPS is filled with nazi-esque doctors.
My Grandfather loaded missiles onto and fixed planes. My best friend is currently a crew chief in the army. Meanwhile, I'm stuck at home because MEPS is filled with nazi-esque doctors.
#48 - rhetoricalfunny
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Canada were actually BAMF's in WWII

I mean, anyone ever hear about Ortona
#86 to #48 - ketiw
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i did not, but now i 've done a little research and wow... BAMF indeed..
#38 - severepwner
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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.
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