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#305 - xxxsonic fanxxx (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.
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User avatar #282 - Ruspanic (05/09/2013) [-]
Defeated Germany. And Japan. And Italy.
Feels good to be a dual Russian-American citizen.
#274 - friedchickenman (05/09/2013) [-]
My country was used for evacuees fleeing England.
#214 - allgoodinthehood (05/09/2013) [-]
lol one time my Grandad threw a rock at a russian tank in azerbaijan.
User avatar #209 - thebritishguy (05/09/2013) [-]
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.
#188 - nephritho (05/09/2013) [-]
Being neutral then captured by the nazi's after 18 days of battle.
loads of Belgians escaped to Britain to fight against the nazi's
User avatar #142 - sirbutterballs (05/09/2013) [-]
Puerto Rico was a training center for the air force. Also the 65th regiment helped out with securing parts of France as well as support.
User avatar #133 - actinglead ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
My grandpa was a radar tech but had to be under a different job on paper because radar was such new technology that few knew about it.
User avatar #114 - foelkera ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
I think one of my friend's grandpa was in the SS
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#79 - ketiw (05/09/2013) [-]
/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 BudapeŇ°Ň•.
User avatar #72 - lolerlaura (05/09/2013) [-]
My Great Grandfather fled from Russia to the U.S. during the war.

And that's all I know.
#62 - xxxsonic fanxxx (05/09/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Our country (Norway) took down the most dangerous ship hitler had. and just to top it off it was with an old cannon too.
#74 to #62 - xxxsonic fanxxx (05/09/2013) [-]
Yet their power was too overwhelming and you became a defense for my beloved ikealand.
User avatar #61 - tekoronia (05/09/2013) [-]
My great grandfather was a fisherman, they threw fish to the prisoners working for the nazis. There was a camp not far from where they lived, so a lot of prisoners were working on the nearby roads and such.
User avatar #21 - galgawine (05/09/2013) [-]
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.
User avatar #13 - solidderking (05/09/2013) [-]
my fathers father was to young ti fight, even if he had to flee from the red army and my mothers dad was a farmer, so he didnt had to fight...
User avatar #3 - aahrg (05/08/2013) [+] (2 replies)
well one person died in canada because somebody thought we were american, other than that we sent just barely enough people along with the americans for our contributions to be acknowledged
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