3 World War Horror Stories Animated

Story 01: Army Hospital:
My Grandpa is a retired army officer. Every winter holiday my sister and I visit him. He lives in the mountains, owning a small tea garden. Every time we go there we get to hear his spine-chilling experiences gained from war field. Each of his stories stands out but the last holiday he told us something that still gives me nightmares.

Story#2 – Brother In Arms:
A young boy retells the gruesome yet touching story of his late Grandfather Alexei Ivan as he was one of the few to survive the horrific Siege of Leningrad.

STORY#3 – Moonlit Siege:
My grandmother served as a nurse during World War 2 and there’s one story she tells that has always stuck with me. The Nazis were cruel, but my grandmother learned that there are worse things out there than men with guns. And that the Nazis were monsters in more ways than one.

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Story 3 Written by:- spookiebiscuit

Story 2 Written by Caleb:

Story 1 Written by ARITRI CHATTERJEE

Stories Narrated by Dorsey Jackson
Of Dorsey Jackson Global At Compound City:


  1. Great stories but one major setback
    In one of the stories he said the town of leningrad found it self in hell or whatever, but on April 10th 1925 it was renamed stalingrad in honor of Joseph stalin (unless it was the 1st World war) 7-8 years after the Russian civil war In november 1917

  2. The first story with the "I can't see." guy reminds me of the sweet home show on Netflix. If you saw it you prolly know what I'm talking about. The monster with top of his head right where his eyes should be cut off and all he says is "I can't see."

  3. My grandfather served in WW2 aboard the USS Shangri-la CV-38. It was a aircraft carrier and he was a radioman. The only thing that he ever told me about the war was he heard men yelling out on deck and he went up to see what all the hubbub was about. He said as soon as he got out on deck he saw men yelling and pointing up and when he looked up he saw a kamikaze plane flew into a destroyer. RIP John William "Jack" Jones. You were a amazing radioman but a even better grandfather. I've missed you since August 2nd, 2014 when you went to the great beyond with all the sailors from the Shangri-la. I know I'll see you again someday. I love you grandaddy

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