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Kämpfer

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#11 15 years ago
Froggin_Ashole42The one where the first german serviceman killed in the war in 1937 is wrong considering WWII didn't start until 1939.

Germany sent aid to China. Most notably in the form of advisors.




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#12 15 years ago
PanzerAcewell, if some of you had read WWII books you already would have known about the Koreans/Mongols captured in normandy. but interesting site...

Some of us did read such books and anyway didn't hear about those guys fighting in Normandy.




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#13 15 years ago
Froggin_Ashole42The one where the first german serviceman killed in the war in 1937 is wrong considering WWII didn't start until 1939.

Um no ww2 did start before 1939, the Japs where fighting. Germany didn't attack Poland untill 1939. No body remembers this because the fighting wasn't intense. There was just pillaging by the Jap's.




Froggin_Ashole42

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#14 15 years ago

Tank Hunter Pro, that was the Japanese Chinese war, WWII started 1939 and as a book states:

WORLD WAR II Simon Adams ...Poland resisted, so, on September 1, he took it. Britain and France had guaranteed to come to Poland's aid if it was invaded. They duly declared war on Germnany on September 3. World War II had begun.




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#15 15 years ago
Borussia Long_poRight sory bout the title i just used it to get ur attention but it kind of aplies. Ive found a gr8 website www.world-war2.info/facts/ it has a nice selection of facts about ww2 that might shock u when u first hear bout them. hear are a few tasters. The first German serviceman killed in the war was killed by the Japanese (China, 1937) Germany’s power grid was much more vulnerable than realized. One estimate is that if just 1% of the bombs dropped on German industry had instead been dropped on power plants, German industry would have collapsed.The German Air Force had 22 infantry divisions, 2 armor divisions, and 11 paratroop divisions. None of them were capable of airborne operations. The German Army had paratroops who WERE capable of airborne operations

more like "everything your english teacher taught you was a waste of time" in your case :(




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#16 15 years ago

"Nuclear physicist Niels Bohr was rescued in the nick of time from German occupied Denmark. While Danish resistance fighters provided covering fire he ran out the back door of his home stopping momentarily to grab a beer bottle full of precious “heavy water”. He finally reached England still clutching the bottle, which contained beer. Perhaps some German drank the heavy water…"

Some people like beer too much....

P.S. The US Army had more boats than the Navy only because of the landing crafts used on D-day...




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#17 15 years ago

'[11PzGmatyast']"Nuclear physicist Niels Bohr was rescued in the nick of time from German occupied Denmark. While Danish resistance fighters provided covering fire he ran out the back door of his home stopping momentarily to grab a beer bottle full of precious “heavy water”. He finally reached England still clutching the bottle, which contained beer. Perhaps some German drank the heavy water…"

Some people like beer too much....

P.S. The US Army had more boats than the Navy only because of the landing crafts used on D-day...

I remembe that mission from Secret Weapons Over Normandy...




Froggin_Ashole42

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#18 15 years ago

Yeah,those Germans loved beer! I was watching Secret Weapons of World War II on the History Channel and there was a secret German UFO project that they called the "Beer Tray" because that's what it resembled.




[11PzG]matyast

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#19 15 years ago

lol.....Germans and beer.....like crackers and nice cheese....perfect togeather....




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#20 15 years ago

-One of Japan’s methods of destroying tanks was to bury a very large artillery shell with only the nose exposed. When a tank came near the enough a soldier would whack the shell with a hammer. “Lack of weapons is no excuse for defeat.” – Lt. Gen. Mataguchi God I would love to watch that happen in FH with a couple shermans. Another good one but unfortunate at the same time. -Following a massive naval bombardment, 35,000 US and Canadian troops stormed ashore at Kiska. 21 troops were killed in the fire-fight. It would have been worse if there had been Japanese on the island.