WW2 – OverSimplified (Part 1)



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40 comments

  1. Churchill was a fat 'phony tough' drunkard. He got lucky and he gets entirely too much credit. Period. They don't put that in the history books. I wonder why? The reason the English were able to hold-off the Nazis in the first place is because the Germans were fighting in too many fronts at once and the U.S. stepping in to help the English. Otherwise, the UK would be speaking German and the same goes for Russia. It's a good thing Japan attacked Pearl Harbor and got the US involved in the war or else Germany would occupy more than half of the world and possibly attempting an invasion of America. That's alot of sauerkraut!

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  3. Hitler: I WANT MY MONEY MR SQUDWORD
    Hitler: I WANT MY MOMMY MR SQUDWORD
    Canada:No.
    France: Good job son!

  4. I'm italian,I'll say no more 🙂

    I both enjoied and hateted this for all the trouble we caused&been trough lol

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  6. I remember watching this years ago, and the main thing I remembered was some animation involving Hitler and poop

  7. In WWI, France humiliated the germans by putting all the Generals, Captains, every high-rank on a train and making them sign an embarrassing peace agreement. When France was defeated in WWII, Hitler found the same train, put the France high-ranks in it and made them GO TO FRANCE with that train. Then Hitler burned the train

  8. Imagine if you had Mussolini as a teacher, and when he rose to power, you were like, ‘he used to be my teacher.’

  9. ( just a ww2 fact ) during ww2 it was extremely hard for the Japan kamikazes to destroy British ships even the most deadly kamikazes this was because of the armor and the British didn’t have the same weak spots that the Japanese were trying to hit
    Another fact durning ww2 the British fired on the French battle ships I don’t know why if you do please leave it underneath and if I’m wrong please correct me

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