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#287 - theshadowed
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(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
#279 - Zedotelhado
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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
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And what is your country?
#284 to #280 - Zedotelhado
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Po(o)rtugal.
#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)
#236 - jahnaids
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(05/09/2013) [-]
raped up the butt by Japan.
#240 to #236 - lookathecomment
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VWAT VWAT IN ZE BUTT.
#195 - anon
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Spain: Fascist power since 1939 to 1975. Allied with Germany. Civil war between 1936 and 1939. First country fighting fascism. Defeated against it because they had the army and German support, while the others had a broken government and a late Russian help.
Faction leader: Francisco Franco y Bahamonde
#253 to #195 - anon
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Another thing. The side that had German support had Italian support too, but they didn't like the Italian attitude, so they sent them in a suicidal attack to a city.
#191 - innos
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we actually started growing potatoes on the footballfields right next to germany ^^ switzerland ftw
#220 to #191 - urbemarmis
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i never understood why germany stayed away from switzerland. do you know?
#269 to #220 - innos
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I think a couple of supporting facts were:
- we were hideing their nazi gold and art
-we were and still are neutral
-we allowed them to pass thru...
then again many jews were hideing in switzerland... he had plans to invade us on the way back but he was busy saving his ass on the east and west so he never attacked...
#304 to #269 - urbemarmis
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hmmmm. makes sense
#190 - croski
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I never knew Nazi units marched through Canada...
#170 - kranske
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-gave the brits some awesome pilots, that faught in the battle of britian
-deployed troops to fight in Africa, kicked the afrika korps asses
-kicked some eye-tie ass too
-kicked some german ass in crete
-kicked german and eye-tie ass in italy
-got taken P.O.W by the japs
-****** the japs up in new guniea
-got bombed, shurgged it off
-provided america with a base of operation in the south pacfic
#114 - foelkera ONLINE
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(05/09/2013) [-]
I think one of my friend's grandpa was in the SS
#104 - vladhellsing ONLINE
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Sat around and laughed at all the turmoil.
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#72 - lolerlaura
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My Great Grandfather fled from Russia to the U.S. during the war.

And that's all I know.
#64 - happyhadgrenade
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I wasn't even sure, i should have asked him whilst he was still alive.
From what i could gather he was with the Royal Navy stationed in Malta.
#65 to #64 - happyhadgrenade
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*My grandfather.
#34 - calawesome
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(05/09/2013) [-]
My grandfather was a radio operator for the paramilitary? if that's what it's called.
#28 - bigbeaufort
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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.
#29 to #28 - bigbeaufort
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BIG bombs
#49 to #29 - anon
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Yeah all hail North Korea!
#21 - galgawine
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My family is Yugoslavian and we got occupied by Germany in the war. My grandmother is the 14th of 15 kids (yeah holy ****, my great grandmas was a baby machine) and 3 of her brothers fought in the war. One fought for the Nazis (not against) after they took over so he could get revenge against the Serbs who'd been terrorizing the rest of yugoslavia. Another fought against the Germans in the Yugoslavian Peoples Army. The last fought as a partisan under the command of Marshall Tito who drove the Germans out and became the leader of the country. All three of them died in the war.
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#17 - reican
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My granddad helped hiding fugitives and people of the Norwegian resistance and was held captive in a prison camp in norway for 10 months
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