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    Re: Irelands Nazis.

    Which Nazi criminals? Any source?

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    Re: Jewish army WW2.

    Here is a Wikipedia link:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosenstrasse_protest
    It refers to other sources.
    Jan
  3. Thread: Are We Doomed?

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    Re: Are We Doomed?

    The funny thing is that more powerfull particle reactions happen all the time when our upper atmosphere reacts with cosmic radiation. The collider enables the scientists to study such reactions for...
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    Re: how did hitler die

    Think of Mr. Goebbels, the Schrumpfgermane, and his wife, who poisoned their six children before offing themselves.

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    Re: how did hitler die

    Shooting a pistol into his temple while at the same moment biting on a cyanide glass capsule.
    Eva Braun just bit a cyanide capsule.

    Jan
  6. Thread: WW2 Rader.

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    Re: WW2 Rader.

    The problem is that up to 1941, the Western countries underestimated the Japanese and their willingness to fight (including such gems as "the Japanese soldiers are all shortsighted and don't know how...
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    Re: Jewish army WW2.

    Many, not only Jewish, but they were the great majority, refugees from Axis countries or countries occupied by the Axis powers served in the British military.
    A special forces unit, No.3 (X) Troop,...
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    Re: Who realy won WW2?

    Unlike Hitler or Mussolini, Franco was a trained general (actually the youngest in the pre-civil war Spanish army and at some time, before he was sent to the Canaries by the Republican government,...
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    Poll: Re: Who had the most powerful underpants in WWII?

    Imagine the piss taking, which must have gone on after soldiers of other units found out about this "deployment"! :D

    It reminds me of what I've heard about a soldier of a contemporary British...
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    Poll: Re: Who had the most powerful underpants in WWII?

    Here it is:
    http://www.history.ucsb.edu/faculty/marcuse/classes/33d/projects/naziwomen/08-ssdra.jpg
    The "girls" are in reality soldier of the SS Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler.

    The SS soldiers were...
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    Poll: Re: Who had the most powerful underpants in WWII?

    Where is this picture of the Leibstandarte A.H. in drag? :-)

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    Poll: Re: Who had the most powerful underpants in WWII?

    Going commado while wearing serge trousers? Bad idea! (Ouch)
    Anyway, I think the Scots win. Ever heard of Highland underpants?

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    Re: The Brutality of War!

    My 94 year old grandma, who lived in Berlin with her first three children during the bomb raids of WW2, still can't stand the New Year's Eve fireworks we have in Germany every year. She once told me...
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    Poll: Re: Who had the most powerful underpants in WWII?

    I could include the infamous utility knickers issue to British service women during WW2: "One Yank and they are off!" ;-)

    I have some British army WW2 issue underpants (for men) in my collection...
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    Re: Should war have rules?

    If I' not mistaken, the Maxim gun was first used in the Ashanti wars in today's Ghana.

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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    The Germans were using a lot of captured equipment, especially in Africa, but also in Russia, since the German industry was not able to manufacture enough stuff themselves.
    E.g. in Northern Africa,...
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    Re: So, how did YOUR country screw up in WWII?

    Well, for my own country, Germany, where do I start? The crazy wave on jingoism after we won the war of 1870-71 against France, trying to take on all established powers with our own aim at colonial...
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    Ever heard of the "Englandspiel" (Operation...

    Ever heard of the "Englandspiel" (Operation Nordpol)? From August 1941 until August 1943, the German Abwehr (Counterespionage) managed to infiltrate the Dutch resistance to a degree, where agents...
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    BTW, there was also tension between Germany and...

    BTW, there was also tension between Germany and Japan, after the 1936 introduction of the Nuremberg Racial Laws in Germany, which prohibited racially mixed marriages. Now during the 1920s, there...
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    When Germany annexed Austria in 1938, there was...

    When Germany annexed Austria in 1938, there was also tension between Germany and Italy about the region of Southern Tirol (Bolzano), which after WW1 has fallen to Italy, but, at least at this time,...
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    Not military, but almost 20 years in a heavy...

    Not military, but almost 20 years in a heavy rescue and engineering unit of the German civil defense. The unit was non-combatant (though I got trained in explosives and demolitions), but in many...
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    RisingSun*, The crew of a Wiesel weapons carrier...

    RisingSun*,
    The crew of a Wiesel weapons carrier consists of two men, a driver and a commander / gunner. They both carry their personal weapons, a H&K G36. The commander at least can use his G36 for...
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    The Bren carrier, at least in Europe, was, after...

    The Bren carrier, at least in Europe, was, after initial wrong deployment as a "tank", quickly relegated to transport duties in terrain not accesible to wheeled vehicles. Also, with it's 6 mm armour...
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    Actually the Bundeswehr today uses a small...

    Actually the Bundeswehr today uses a small tracked, lightly armoured vehicle, called not a tank, but a "Waffenträger" (Weapons carrier) named "Wiesel" (Weasel). It is quite light, can be carried in...
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    In the German dubbed version ("Ein Kaefig voller...

    In the German dubbed version ("Ein Kaefig voller Helden"-- A cage full of heroes), Schultz speaks with a strong Bavarian hillbilly accent. Colonel (Oberst) Klink speaks with a rather gay Saxonian...
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