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Originally posted by smurfy
reply to post by Gazrok
A good post, but I do differ in some things. the A bomb was used in anger but not by Hitler and makes no difference. In fact it and all the rest were used so many times after and made parts of the earth inhabitable. The meglomania did not just melt away, and the danger is still there somewhere and genocide and ethnic cleansing is but a small step away.
That's from Hiroshima, could have been from anywhere though, Napalm would have had pretty much the same result but not as nasty.... I don't think.
Originally posted by SirMike
reply to post by pityocamptes
Oh!!! I know ... is it the J-E-W-S?
Get a life pal.
FYI, you cant turn on a TV in China without seeing a nightly documentary about the Rape of Nanking and most of the media-Hollywood-pop culture machinery are unwilling to talk about Soviet atrocities because it brings up the embarrassing fact that they were 100% behind Uncle Joe (thats why the Hollywood 10 are so immortalized).
Originally posted by KingArthur
He was on the best Methamphetamine there was available
sooner or later he would have sold the country for whatever reason and lost it all , watch History channel's High Hitler.edit on 12-10-2011 by KingArthur because: (no reason given)
the A bomb was used in anger
The story begins in Nazi Germany, the Third Reich in April 1964, in the week leading up to Adolf Hitler's 75th birthday. The plot follows detective Xavier March, an investigator working for the Kriminalpolizei (Kripo), as he investigates the suspicious death of a high-ranking Nazi, Josef Bühler, in the Havel, on the outskirts of Berlin. As March uncovers more details he realises that he is caught up in a political scandal involving senior Nazi party officials, who are apparently being systematically murdered under staged circumstances. In fact, as soon as the body is identified, the Gestapo claims jurisdiction and orders the Kripo to close its investigation.