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    Certainly not a traitor because of anything that...

    Certainly not a traitor because of anything that happened prior to his captivity and he never ordered the surrender of the 6th army - although you could argue that was an act of cowardice.

    One...
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    During the war, and prior to Operation...

    During the war, and prior to Operation Barbarossa, the Germans wanted Japan to attack the Western colonial powers, as Hitler didn't think he would need Japan to defeat the U.S.S.R. and didn't want to...
  3. Not a surprise attack in the sense that war...

    Not a surprise attack in the sense that war wasn't anticipated - but whether Roosevelt knew of an imminent attack on Pearl Harbor itself is up for debate - decent arguments can be made pro and con....
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    Important!  https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/A...

    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/A1DoQ8akWAL.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/UVb7CFO.jpg
  5. This is one of the most hope inducing...

    This is one of the most hope inducing developments of our day and age - the unstoppable progress of Zoomer and Millennial rad trads in the Catholic Church - replacing the Boomer social justice church...
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    One of the issues with Rommel is that the things...

    One of the issues with Rommel is that the things he's most famous for were also useless and amounted to nothing. His initial advance to Tobruk when he first arrived on the North-African scene (where...
  7. Rivals? That's a massive exaggeration, if not...

    Rivals? That's a massive exaggeration, if not mostly imaginary. And aggression? More like the Großdeutschen Freiheitskrieg 1865-1866. England has no more right to "the same Germanic homeland on the...
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    Do the Central Powers win fast or does it take...

    Do the Central Powers win fast or does it take years to obtain victory? In practice they could've only won fast, at least if the Entente also consists of the British Empire and later on the U.S. So...
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    The generals were not reluctant regarding the...

    The generals were not reluctant regarding the invasion of Poland, contrary to what is sometimes believed.



    With some exceptions, yes. And fortunately for the Germans they delayed the invasion...
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    Welgekomen, hoe meer zielen, hoe meer vreugd....

    Welgekomen, hoe meer zielen, hoe meer vreugd. Frisia and Frisians are quite popular on this forum, so don't be surprised if people ask you for your autograph. ;)
  11. At home, chilling like a villain. High school had...

    At home, chilling like a villain. High school had just ended for me. I was chatting on IRC and was alerted by other chatters, it was the only subject dominating all chatrooms back then - and I...
  12. I find this very telling: D-Day plus 18 and the...

    I find this very telling: D-Day plus 18 and the massive allied numerical superiority/build up at the time. It shows how little resources the Germans can spare for this crucial fight and how hard it...
  13. Likely story! I can't say anything about the...

    Likely story! I can't say anything about the women's average, but men certainly don't have 30+ sexual partners in life. There are few ways to get to 30 for an average guy: constantly inserting...
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    Yes, very real, and the generation gap is an...

    Yes, very real, and the generation gap is an information gap too. Boomers are depended on MSM coverage, and especially regarding foreign affairs they're absolutely clueless and entirely kept in the...
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    Important!  The young chairman of the Flemish...

    The young chairman of the Flemish social-democrats has recently contoversially argued for prohibiting (sterilizing?) certain dysfunctional parents, after they've proven themselves to be useless...
  16. SJWs have a cool term for this business, it's...

    SJWs have a cool term for this business, it's called "insertion". Inserting yourself into other people's histories, sometimes going as far as pretending to be a "BIPOC" when you're not, see Rachel...
  17. The Holy transgendered Anuna gave a sign of life...

    The Holy transgendered Anuna gave a sign of life again and now claims that in a few years from now there will be a new type of heat wave, a combination of heat and moist, which will kill healthy...
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    This is my oldest political memory. I was 8 at...

    This is my oldest political memory. I was 8 at the time and didn't truly get what it was all about, although I did probably understand the Soviets lost the Cold War. I remember the euphoria we saw on...
  19. Montgomery vs. Eisenhower? More like: Eisenhower,...

    Montgomery vs. Eisenhower? More like: Eisenhower, the American Montgomery. :D The main difference being that the former is a sound diplomat and the latter at least a soldier's general.

    But if they...
  20. Mers-el-Kébir was not a disaster for the British...

    Mers-el-Kébir was not a disaster for the British Empire - although militarily an unnecessary move (but the Brits couldn't know that at the time) - it convinced the U.S. the Brits were serious about...
  21. British experts didn't think it was likely...

    British experts didn't think it was likely Germany would resort to chemical warfare, at least not against civilian targets: they thought the Japanese were morally capable of it, unlike the Germans,...
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    Zhukov himself and a small group of Soviet...

    Zhukov himself and a small group of Soviet hardliners believed Moscow could be held however, that's why Stalin stuck around.

    This group must've realized Operation Barbarossa was losing steam and...
  23. I would suggest it was out of fear for reprisals...

    I would suggest it was out of fear for reprisals after the war - Hitler was not so irrational or that much of a madman that he didn't knew Germany's true situation: he knew the war was lost in 1945....
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    Important!  No, I looked around for a translation but it does...

    No, I looked around for a translation but it does not exist. It's a shame because the Dutch author is the go-to authority on Scandinavian (mostly Danish) activity in the Low Countries in the 9th and...
  25. I wasn't aware of this myself until a few days...

    I wasn't aware of this myself until a few days ago when I came across the YouTube channel of Tino Struckmann, an American military historian who loves to explore WW2 sites and is as interested in...
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