WorldWarII

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    • Finals

      12 years ago

      WorldWarII

      Because of the snow storm, we lost about a week of school. Well, it so happens that this occurs right before finals. All the teachers are making us cram to make up lost time (which is impossible) and the district would not tell the teachers if finals would come up as planned or if they would extend this semester into 3rd quarter. Well, the district took a week (the Monday a couple days ago) to decide finals would go as planned, screwing over everyone. Oh well, now I must study and that is why I have been gone. I will return after I complete finals tomorrow and Friday. So I will return messages and so on the weekend.

      Edit: Hey guys, I finished finals on Friday. Anyway, to celebrate, here is a nice picture of Hitler I found.

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    • Snow Storm

      12 years ago

      WorldWarII

      If any of you live in Western Washington, you know about the snow storm. If it were really windy, they would call this a blizzard. This still reminds me of the winters in Wisconsin when I lived there. Anyway, I am sure there will be a snow day tomorrow.

      Update: We had got up to 5 inches of snow, which is a lot more than usual in Washington as we might receive a couple inches of snow every year if we're lucky. No school!

    • I'm Back

      12 years ago

      WorldWarII

      Nice to be back and see you guys.

      You are all probably wondering why I was gone for so long. Well, the last year was crazy with school, moving, trips, vacations, and many personal matters. Various times I could not get on the computer and surf like I used too. I kept up on Red vs. Blue episodes with a friend however.

      With the vacation recently and stuff, I've been given a break and now I can return to normal.

      Having signed in, it will take me a long time to catch up with messages and friend requests. I will do all of this over the past couple days including answering a couple WWII questions. If I have missed anything can you please leave a comment telling me about it.

      Anyway, sorry to be gone. I have to go right now, so bye.

    • World War II Fact #4

      13 years ago

      WorldWarII

      General George Patton Jr. was the best man to ever walk this Earth.

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      This was before he was a four star general.

      He was a great leader who wrote poetry and believed in reincarnation. He comes from a military family and is a military historian.

      Patton lived to fight and just wanted to fight the Nazis.

      He wasn't used as much as he should have been thanks to politics and using General Montgomery too much.

      But Patton fought in North Africa and won, same in Sicily and beat Montgomery to a key port and went at least 3 times the distance Monty had to go.

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      Patton then commanded the Third Army and saved the 101st Airborn Divison, an immpossible, and was in the Battle of the Bulge.

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      Patton at the end of the war wanted to go and fight the Russians because their armies were there and ready and saw how it won't be friendly between the Soviet Union and US after the war. Then they took the Third Army away from him. He wanted a command in the Pacific but Truman and MacArthur wasn't going to do that.

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      Patton only "slapped" a soldier, and the soldier was not even injured! Patton then was harsly criticize by the media, calling him a hero before, now a Nazi. Then Patton lost a chance to command in Itlay. Which in one way is a good thing because that was a long and bloody campaign and Patton could and had been better used elsewhere.

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      After the war, Patton unfortunately died in a car crash. Some say it was the government to stop Patton from running as president we he got back. That is total bullshit because Patton lived for war as a soldier and didn't like politics. He wants to fight, not be a president.

      Watch the movie Patton, it is awesome.

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      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066206/

    • Angry Kid

      13 years ago

      WorldWarII

      Go to atomfilms.com

      Search for angry kid.

      This comedy series is so funny. You have to check it out.

      Dont' forget to go to angrykid.com.

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      The man................well kid himself.

    • World War Fact #3

      13 years ago

      WorldWarII

      After the SBD Dauntless

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      became famous after the Battle of Midway

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      the USAAF or United States Army Air Force (this was before the Air Force was made a separate branch) purchased some of these dive bombers.

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      These planes were now designated as the A-34. The squadrons that had these had high deaths and these planes were then never used by the USAAF again. Some say it was because that USAAF pilots had lowered sprits than the Marines' and Navy's pilots.

      The official nickname of this plane (all planes have a nickname, F-14 Tomcat, F-15 Strike Eagle, etc) was the Banshee, but pilots still called it a dauntless.

      Well, I don't know about you guys, but the Dauntless doesn't look anything like the Banshee.

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    • Then Where Was Churchill?

      13 years ago

      WorldWarII

      On The Tonight Show with Jay Leno once.

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      He was having the battle of the Jaywalking Allstars. Otherwords, the really stupid people that make you ashame to be an American.

      Anyway, here was one question.

      Jay: During World War II, who was the Prime Minister of England.

      One Girl: uh, Hitler?

      HITLER WHAT THE FUCK!!!!!!!!!

      Everyone knows Hitler is the bad guy.

      For that girl Winston Churchill is

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      Maybe she thought England was Germany, so here is where England is

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      Sorry for swearing.

    • Red vs. Blue Banner

      13 years ago

      WorldWarII

      This is an awesome piece of fan art. I DID NOT make this. BlackViper made this piece and be sure to check his profile page.

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    • World War II Fact #2

      13 years ago

      WorldWarII

      M&M's were created because of US Marines in the Pacific.

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      When fighting, the conditions were warm, especially in the South Pacific.

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      While fighting, Marines would often want something other than basic rations during breaks in fighting, especially chocolate. But chocolate melts in the heat, doesn't it?

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      So, companies found a way to make chocolate that does not melt that easily. Now soldiers could have that chocolate. After the war ended in late 1945, the company still manufactured M & M's. Thus, the M & M was born.

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      Guys, I found this pic, and this is just wrong.

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    • World War II Fact #1

      13 years ago

      WorldWarII

      Hitler was a painter and vegetarian. Now that is messed up. Anyone who saw the movie Patton, you probably already know Hitler was a painter.

      I think Patton said, "Sure, we want to go home. We want this war over with. The quickest way to get it over with is to go get the bastards who started it. The quicker they are whipped, the quicker we can go home. The shortest way home is through Berlin and Tokyo. And when we get to Berlin, I am personally going to shoot that paper hanging son-of-a-bitch Hitler. Just like I'd shoot a snake!"

      Paper hanging means he paints or does art stuff, right?

      Anyway, that was a funny and great movie.

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      The man himself.

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      George C. Scott played him well. The movie also won awards and George C. Scott became famous for that role as Patton.

      Click the link for Internet Movie Database's page for Patton (the movie, not him).

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066206/

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  • Comments (63)

    • demonguardxx

      11 years ago

      well 2 million women and children jews were killed and thats just women and children what a bastard hitler was

    • cunfuzzled

      12 years ago

      Do you think there would've been a World War II without Hitler?

    • MadSteve

      12 years ago

      never mind

    • MadSteve

      12 years ago

      hey i have a question about WW2 how many german soldiers die in the battle of Stalingrad

    • MadSteve

      12 years ago

      this is one big WW2 person

    • WorldWarII

      12 years ago

      thanks man

    • Eagle506

      12 years ago

      sure i got no problem with it

    • WorldWarII

      12 years ago

      Oh, can you give me a link to your myspace page then?

    • Bullseye405

      12 years ago

      Hey man listen i dont really use this anymore i use Myspace i only go on for like about a minute a week oh and ya the wether has been crazy lightly. Its like mother nature is on cocain.

    • WorldWarII

      12 years ago

      Wait everyone, what happened to the WWII forum topics?

    • WorldWarII

      12 years ago

      I like to make friends with people that are pro military or will be or in service.

    • marinesteve

      12 years ago

      sup, welcome to the club! question, its standard, wat inspired the add?

    • ArcticFox6i

      12 years ago

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    • Pvt_Garcia

      13 years ago

      your cool, i also think i know everything about WWII.

    • hhornet

      13 years ago

      patton saved the 101st airborne at bastogne which became known as the battle of the bulge becase thats where the allies decided to stop the germans

    • Mustang_101

      13 years ago

      Dude where are you?

    • otis

      13 years ago

      you wouldn't happen to know anything about my great uncle, Major General Paul B. Wurtsmith would you?

    • Ace4127 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      13 years ago

      ok bismark was hunted down by british navy sank 3 british ships was damaged bad so they sent torpedo planes in called swordfish boom bismark sinks

    • coolhilt666

      13 years ago

      this doesnt happen in ww2 but

      what Carlos Hathcock's nickname was he was a sniper in veitnam

    • death_toll

      13 years ago

      do u know of the german battleship the Bismark

    • Camoman05

      13 years ago

      Patton Kicks Major ASS

    • death_toll

      13 years ago

      the V2 rocket program was never used was it
      and if u awnser add it on my account

    • raffman

      13 years ago

      Patton also made his soldiers go into combat lookin their best. They were required to wear a tie into combat.

    • SwatBoy

      13 years ago

      Today is the 60th anniversary of V-J Day!!! (For those of you who don't know, V-J stands for "Victory in Japan)!!!

    • ShirtGuyDom

      13 years ago

      Greatest innovation from WW2: Headge Clearers. Hell yes.

    • roothead1

      13 years ago

      wow. a person who actually lieks history. the world isn't as bad as i thought it was. thank god someone else likes it besides me

    • warnbcd

      13 years ago

      You know kid, you motivate the ever-living-crap outta me. I might just go and re-enlist.

    • Chaotic117

      13 years ago

      I like anything in military WWII and up such as Vietnam, Iraq and small conflicts like Somalia. I'm a bit more modern about military but WWII's a cool subject to learn about. Oh and my bro's in 101st Airborne. He'll be shippin' out to Iraq when the leaves start turning orange and red.

    • WorldWarII

      13 years ago

      Overall the P-51 Mustang.

      The best fighters in the Pacific were the Corsair and the Hellcat.

      The Germans did make the first jet plane: Me 262 Schwalbe and the first rocket fighter: Me 163 Komet.

    • william15

      13 years ago

      What is considered the best airplane of the war?

    • WorldWarII

      13 years ago

      Yup

    • appledude212

      13 years ago

      Like me

    • WorldWarII

      13 years ago

      I know people here that know much WWII as I do.

    • WorldWarII

      13 years ago

      Frostbit3, thanks.

    • WorldWarII

      13 years ago

      Well, they might not like me because I am the opposite and won't click add to friends.

    • FrostBit3

      13 years ago

      You sure know a lot about WW2...damn

    • bilski101

      13 years ago

      You might wanna reconsider accepting all friend requests. That is, unless you like avid 12 year old Canadian communists who like to burn the American flag *cough*

    • WorldWarII

      13 years ago

      Well Hitler caused war and killed millions of people, but surprisinly, Stalin killed more people than Hitler, so I say it is kinda hard to decide, they are equal.

    • SPECWARRIOR

      13 years ago

      Who do you think was worse, Adolf or Stalin?

    • WorldWarII

      13 years ago

      That means a lot, coming from Hitler, with a strong and well trained army.

    • appledude212

      13 years ago

      Hitler commeted (on the Blue Division) that "One can't imagine more fearless fellows. They scarcely take cover. They flout death".

    • WorldWarII

      13 years ago

      Yes, to go up against an army that powerful.

    • appledude212

      13 years ago

      They were some of the bravest soldiers on the Eastern Front

    • WorldWarII

      13 years ago

      They did? Awesome.

    • appledude212

      13 years ago

      They had an article of the Blue Division in WWII History Magazine

    • WorldWarII

      13 years ago

      Yup. It was also called the Blue Division. Anyway, when Hitler first attacked the USSR, Spain asked if it was ok to send armed forces to help Germany invade Russia. Hitler was delighted because of a pro-German action like that, Spain might eventrually join the Axis, giving Hitler control of the Straight of Gibraltar, meaning having an advantage in the South Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea.

    • appledude212

      13 years ago

      You know about Hitlers "Spainish Division"?

    • WorldWarII

      13 years ago

      Hello. You are just in time, I was going to log off, but not now.

    • Castle74

      13 years ago

      Ah, fellow WWII buffs!

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