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- From studying history, I have learned that it wasn't as much H…
*Insert nazi pun here*
I also recall that another considered space to shove all the jews was France just for another fun little fact
well not exactly a fact but y'know
- If life was actually an MMO.
is this the real life
Thank you for this.
- Real tired, yeah. And real tired of tumblr-posts too.
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Dude, what you just said was my god damn point.
"Don't view history in hindsight, nor from your own point of view. "
That's the comment that threw me off, yeah good point always look at things from different angles but what the fuck does that have to do with what i originally posted? That was basically the whole reason i posted the first comment in the beginning because the general thought about Nazis is that they were all the evilest bastards the world has ever seen but i disagree with that statement because i know better, i know from first hand written accounts that not all the SS loved Hitler and a majority of the Whermacht thought what was going on was really fucked up.
I'm not sure what you are trying to tell me.
- At the times the colonies "asked", England was in a …
What? No. That's completely wrong.
Canada gained independence in 1867.. 70 years before WWII.. the two had nothing to do with each other.
Actually it wasn't truly independent until the 1960s I believe as it was only given dominion status like Australia and New Zealand.
Australia got its independence in 1901, very much during Britain's glory days.
Actually it's more than that. If the UK had still been at the height of it's power after WWII the result would probably have been the same because of the anti-imperialist wave that swept over the world. The people of the UK didn't want to be the same as Germany and when the people of the colonies had just asked after fighting and dying alongside the countless other free nations there really wasn't much in the way of opposition.
The countries wanted their freedom and they got it in the commonwealth, still regarding the reigning monarch as the head of state but being completely autonomous. If it was all about strength then the commonwealth wouldn't exist. This was about both freedom and unity. Peoples united in the same kingdom, though separated by freedom.
*cough cough* Canada *Coughing intensifies*
World War I, bro. The Balfour Declaration created the commonwealth of the Anglo colonies (Canada, Oz, etc). After World War II, they let go the non-Anglo colonies (India, Israel), mostly because they were made to. This comic seems to be depicting the first commonwealth.
And the Netherlands were ready to take back there colonies even in a weakened state after the second world war but then america went all ape shit.
Well, we only had like one that was really trying to be independant, Britain had like 1/10th of the whole world.
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