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25 Russian sewers under the demmand of Yalow Patties
defended a building during the Battle at Stalingrad as well
that it never tell. Vasily Chekhov, general Of the Soviet tenses
in Stalingrad. later that the Germans lest more men
trying to take "' s muse“ than they did taking Paris.
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#36 - ilovehue ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
Can't unsee
#115 to #36 - HAMMATIMEZ ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
Oh thank god I'm not the only one.   
   
 It's not unusual for him to be in my dreams too
Oh thank god I'm not the only one.

It's not unusual for him to be in my dreams too
#104 to #36 - Rascal (11/27/2013) [-]
Now this is a story all about how
the war got flipped, turned upside down.
Id like to take a moment, just wait a min.,
ill tell you all bout how i became the fresh Czar of Berlin.
User avatar #1 - magnusos (11/26/2013) [-]
The germans didn't lose any men taking Paris. The french handed it over peacefully so the art, historical monuments and eifeltower wouldn't accedently be destroyed.
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User avatar #11 to #5 - gammajk (11/26/2013) [-]
It did though. It was declared an open city and the Nazis marched right in.
#193 to #11 - bellbottomshark (11/27/2013) [-]
Wasn't there a French officer who set up a machine gun with a couple of his soldiers and gunned down one of the German units as they were marching into Paris. The French police came and arrested him.
#7 to #5 - izohan (11/26/2013) [-]
Poland didn't go peacefully. French cowards get what they dissevered for not helping Poland. Hitler was smart enough to not storm maginot line and french hmm show allo ! allo ! is like legit historical document and English help for France ? well karma is a bitch xD
Poland didn't go peacefully. French cowards get what they dissevered for not helping Poland. Hitler was smart enough to not storm maginot line and french hmm show allo ! allo ! is like legit historical document and English help for France ? well karma is a bitch xD
#151 to #1 - Rascal (11/27/2013) [-]
That only makes the statement more true -ërish
#20 to #1 - Pred (11/27/2013) [-]
they are pretty good with excuses for being pussies
User avatar #28 to #20 - toastedspikes (11/27/2013) [-]
Old.
#139 to #28 - Pred (11/27/2013) [-]
Let me correct that.. Being DUMB pussies. They could have build a proper defense line and held off the Germans before Britain would decide to help and Paris would remain untouched.

But apparently getting attacked through Belgium THIRD time in a row was too much of a ******* surprise.

Flippin croissant throwers got what they deserved.
#31 to #1 - ketiw (11/27/2013) [-]
" handed it over so the art, historical monuments and eifeltower wouldn't accedently be destroyed" ... let me disagree on this one
#34 to #31 - ketiw (11/27/2013) [-]
They surrender because they are cowards. They acted like a bitch in 1938 when munich pact was signed (Their ally, Czechoslovakia, my country, lost most of our fortress and we knew england, france and russia, all of our allies will not come to help), then again when Poland (their ally) was attacked.

In the eyes of my nation none of them kept their promise and they betray us. That's why no-one in our country calls it MUNICH PACT we call it MUNICH TREASON.


tl:dr They got what they deserved. Cowards in my eyes.
#42 to #34 - xchewsifferx ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
Czechoslovakia mentioned on funny junk, swell with pride.
Czechoslovakia mentioned on funny junk, swell with pride.
User avatar #45 to #34 - jacksipian (11/27/2013) [-]
That was all Winston Churchill dude, he tried to appease Hitler by giving him Czechoslovakia in the hopes that they would stop there and wouldn't try to go to war with other nations, he was wrong of course and people were calling him stupid even at the time he did it, not everyone agreed with it. As for Poland, Hitler did a smart thing by dressing up German soldiers in Polish uniforms and attacking a German radio station, then when he invaded Poland, he said it was in retaliation to their attack. After that, it was the Blitzkrieg, so that illusion was broken
User avatar #46 to #45 - newsmyrna (11/27/2013) [-]
That was Neville Chamberlain not Winston Churchill.
User avatar #49 to #46 - jacksipian (11/27/2013) [-]
my bad, youre right, Winston Churchill was just the first name that popped into my head, i think he was one of the people ripping on that guys decision. “Chamberlain had the choice between war and shame. Now he has chosen shame – he’ll get war later.” Winston Churchill

thank you for that correction
User avatar #50 to #49 - newsmyrna (11/27/2013) [-]
No problem mistakes happen to everyone.
User avatar #169 to #50 - childofnephilim (11/27/2013) [-]
Holy hell. Polite, courteous, and succinct: I approve of your manners.

#176 to #45 - ketiw (11/27/2013) [-]
Yes it's Chamberlain fault but also Daladier.
It's more Daladier fault. Listen to this:

In time of munich treason we've got pact with france that they will come to help us in case of attack from Hungary or Germany. We've had pact with Soviets that they will help us IF France will help us. We've had "Little Entente" aka "baltic and mid-europe states military union" that would come to help us if we would be attacked by Hungary or Austria.

We have NO direct pact with Great Britain. But they would must come to help France due to Locarno Treaties.

I know that Britain was iniciator of "Give czechoslovaks to hitler" but in the end they booth signed munich and in the very end, France didn't help us as they were bound to do.

btw. Czechoslovaks military was 2nd to 3rd best in Europe that day. You can say for sure that only 2 coutries had modern army, Nazies and Czechoslovaks.

tl:dr They were bound to help us instead they stab us in the back, if they would have go to conflict they would have been supported by Soviets and Britain for sure. And WWII would'nt even happened (in nazi as evil one). And our nation would'nt be so bitter.

moreyouknow: Czechoslovaks had 2nd best military in europe. Czechoslovaks made Guiness world record for fastest mobilization in human history in 1938 (last time i checked 2009).
User avatar #214 to #176 - jacksipian (11/27/2013) [-]
The Soviets had a pact with Hitler too though, so they might not have helped you out, it might have just been France, or France and England, we dont learn much about Czech mobilization or resistance, what happened with that?
#216 to #214 - ketiw (11/28/2013) [-]
well.
About mobilization

On September 23rd, 22:00 the mobilization has started. In 24 hour 4/5 of our troops were combat ready, it was 1 250 000 troops, 350 tanks 5000 artilery batteries and 950 combat planes. Our fortress was top class in Europe and even France take some technology we invented and use it in Maginet Line. But sadly fortress was'nt 100% complete in 1938 it would take another 5 years to completely finish line.

Our Armada was ready to fight till last breath and morale was very high.
Our army was ready but after Munich was signed they have to surrender their position and fall back to new positions, more in centre of republic, where not much fortress was build. (That's why Hitler want Sudety at first, because most of our defence potential was near border).

But one Fortress defended its perimeter, somehow their comunication wasn't function so they follow last order and they give them hell.


About resistance.
Well basically i don't know about it much but it was here i just don't study it much, they were well organized and helping ally as much as they can. They help hide a lot of paratroopers and jews. But most of our visible resistence happened outside our country. A lot of good czechoslovaks man fought in Battle of England as pilots (so as Polaks) and even more fought on other side under the czech flag in SSSR.

My opinion on the matter is:
Nazies would have defeat us within 4 week, if no-one would come to help we would loose. Nazi airforce was too strong. But we would give them a good fight. New study shows that Soviets was ready to rush to aid us but i don't know, i've never seen that document. After defeat Czech will be annexed by germany, slovaks would make their own state. After war we will be blame for starting a WW2 and Czechoslovakia (or czech) new borders would have been much smaller if any.



If you read it all, you're my kind of person.
User avatar #217 to #216 - jacksipian (11/28/2013) [-]
I'm your kind of person, i love history, i love learning about military history and cool stuff like that in other countries, i think i remember something about Hitler wanting the Sudetenland because of its defensive capability, but that was about all we talked about, i did not know there were czechs in the Battle of England, and is that how it translates in your language? SSSR? i've only heard of USSR (United Soviet Socialist Republics) and CCCP (some russian **** i can't type lol) If the soviets would've helped you out that would've changed the whole course of the war, thats very interesting. I doubt their comm equipment didn't work, it was probably more of a " **** that, i'm not retreating" but thats very interesting
#218 to #217 - ketiw (11/28/2013) [-]
I'd like to think that too
SSSR = Svaz (that's something like a union) of Soviet Socialistic Republics.

Yeah i love history too, sometimes i feel ashamed when i find out how many people don't know anything about history not even their own nation history. I would kill every ****** swaggot who dare to say "History has happened it's no point in learning it"
User avatar #219 to #218 - jacksipian (11/28/2013) [-]
oh my god i know, thats the worst, i hate people who say that "thats the past, we're in the present, who cares? it doesnt matter anymore" im pretty sure theres a very famous ******* quote that says "Those who don't learn from history, are doomed to repeat it" and its interesting stuff i cant believe it when they say **** like that
#220 to #219 - ketiw (11/28/2013) [-]
same here bro
#117 to #1 - imgood (11/27/2013) [-]
I'ma disagree with that one, I'm like 90% sure there were casualties in the battle for France. A lot fo people say the French just gave up but what really happened was a combination of suprise that the Germans invaded throught Belgium (where French defences didn't reach), and the first use of Blitzkrieg (lightning attack). The Germans surrounded the French and British armies so fast that they had no choice but to surrender, France still fought on throughout the war (its people, not its government, as the Germans controlled the northern parts of France, and the southern parts couldn't do much but hold out, though they did kick the crap out of the Italian invasion). So really Frances reputation of giving up is almost entirely based on false claims. Anywhooo.... i'm pretty sure people died before Germany krieged the **** outta france
#161 to #117 - Rascal (11/27/2013) [-]
What happened, was that the French were expecting the same kind of trench based war as WWI, relying on their Maginot Line, which the germans completely countermanded by the ir Blitzkrieg tactic, using railroads for good and fast mobility for their troops. This took the french by surprise.
User avatar #189 to #161 - didactus (11/27/2013) [-]
Indeed but don't forget that they didn't attack directly but took the route through the Netherlands and Belgium to suprise the French.
User avatar #52 to #1 - Mahazama (11/27/2013) [-]
******** , I blame the cowardice of French government at the time. They could have easily preserved Paris while keeping the fight going in the east.
#17 to #1 - gjah (11/26/2013) [-]
And it wasn't destroyed...
... Profit
#18 to #1 - Rascal (11/26/2013) [-]
thanks
User avatar #2 to #1 - dashgamer (11/26/2013) [-]
They did this because the horrors of WWI still hung over them. The Kaiser had a huge artillery piece fire into the heart of Paris for days on end. It did little in relative terms, was inaccurate, and impractical, but the Paris Gun certainly did a lot to destroy civilian morale, as they couldn't even hear the artillery shot since it was so far away.
#3 to #1 - teranin ONLINE (11/26/2013) [-]
Then General Chuikov was right.
User avatar #29 to #3 - toastedspikes (11/27/2013) [-]
Chuikov's face looks like it can break a boulder in half with a frown. ******* Russians, man.
#13 - eddymolly (11/26/2013) [-]
I kept reading that as "Vassili Zaitsev"

Damn you Jude Law and your good looks
User avatar #48 to #13 - newsmyrna (11/27/2013) [-]
It's funny because if you every see pictures of the real Vassili Zaitsev He is so ******* ugly
User avatar #53 to #13 - fuzzysixx ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
I assume you cuddle your Nugget when you watch this movie. I do
User avatar #27 to #13 - aTastyCooky (11/27/2013) [-]
best movie
#21 to #13 - Zaitsev (11/27/2013) [-]
I try.
I try.
#155 - bazda (11/27/2013) [-]
Germany's FW Stalingrad.
#37 - tragicrhapsody (11/27/2013) [-]
I just realized that's the map of Pavlov's House on Red Orchestra 2
I just realized that's the map of Pavlov's House on Red Orchestra 2
#129 - disasterbater (11/27/2013) [-]
how did they fare against Pavlov's dogs?
#15 - kingranch (11/26/2013) [-]
if im not mistaken this was a mission in the very first call of duty. ****** loved that game
User avatar #120 to #15 - popkornking (11/27/2013) [-]
I have the console port they released a few years back, veteran difficulty on that game is one of the most infuriating and therefore satisfying gaming experiences I've had to date.
#121 to #120 - kingranch (11/27/2013) [-]
no kidding, i remember watching all the damn nazis run past my fellow comrades to come gun me down... bastards.
User avatar #124 to #121 - popkornking (11/27/2013) [-]
I actually only need to beat the game on hardened for the platinum, should probably do that sometime...
User avatar #128 to #120 - hektoroftroy (11/27/2013) [-]
Veteran on WaW is rough, especially the mission you take the Reichstag, so many grenades and snipers
User avatar #215 to #128 - popkornking (11/28/2013) [-]
Oh lord the the grenades. A few years back me and my friend spent a few weeks taking turns on each level trying to beat it on veteran, near the end of one level his mom called him to do something, when he unpaused it there was legitimately a grenade right next to him that both of us knew wasn't there before.
User avatar #173 to #128 - sursum (11/27/2013) [-]
Oh god man the grenades
User avatar #76 - AnomynousUser ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
I did my senior paper over the Battle of Stalingrad... It's really interesting to see how badly Hitler screwed up while attacking Russia.
#98 to #76 - ksiolajidebtisboss (11/27/2013) [-]
I mean Hitler was so stupid for attacking Stalingrad. It wasn't that much of an important city. It just had "Stalin" in it so Hitler wanted to prove something rather than send both of his armies to take the oil fields in the south.
User avatar #126 to #98 - strikingeight (11/27/2013) [-]
Stalingrad was a major industrial center, pumping out thousands of tanks. It was also a the gateway to the Russian oil fields. Not stupid.
User avatar #105 to #98 - AnomynousUser ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
TL;DR - Hitler was overconfident in his soldiers, saw Soviets as weak, split up his army when his advisers didn't think it was a good idea, and the weakened armies couldn't do what they needed.


It was a good plan, just poorly executed. The Germans had control of 90% of the city, but the Soviets had the 16-mile strip guarding the river that reinforced their armies and kept them alive long enough to cut off the Germans (who Hitler forbade retreat and surrender to) and let the winter destroy them as they had no supplies coming in. If both halves of the army attacked Stalingrad, secured it, then attacked the Caucasus, the whole war would have been different.
User avatar #102 to #98 - AnomynousUser ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
That's a common misconception about that battle. The name actually had very little to do with it.

Let's see how much I remember from my paper... In 1941, the Germans failed a blitzkrieg against Moscow because they couldn't break through the city like they wanted. They had to spend the whole winter right outside of Moscow because of the timing, so at some time (I'm not sure when, but it was before the winter of 41), Hitler appointed himself the commander in chief and convinced himself that he was the reason his troops survived through the harsh winter.
As the winter went on, they had 3 targets to choose from - Lenningrad, Moscow, or the Caucasus. Moscow would have had a huge morality blow against the Soviets, Lenningrad was big on production (I believe), and the Caucasus had 70% of their oil production, which the Germans could really use. So, Hitler decided to go for the Caucasus and take the oil, which was a good idea because it threw the Soviets off guard (who were expecting an attack on Moscow or Lenningrad), and it could have won the war for them if they'd succeeded. The problem is that Hitler was overconfident in his soldiers and was quoted saying something like "Kick down the door and the whole rotten structure will collapse" about the Soviets, so he saw it as little challenge he was really pissed when it took them so long to take each building when he conquered whole cities/countries in the same time . He split up the southern army (the one going after the Caucasus) into two groups - one to go for the Caucasus and one to get Stalingrad, which would cut off the Caucasus' supplies and protect the German's flank. The big problem is that many of his advisers said to just take Stalingrad, then the Caucasus separately, and use their full force to avoid the long, 2-million casualty war that would ensue. He ignored the advice, split up his troops, was held off at Stalingrad, denied the troops the option to retreat and regroup, and lost the war.
#111 to #102 - stgfilitov (11/27/2013) [-]
You were pretty accurate but forgot one thing. At the time most of Germans oil was coming from Romania. Hitler needed more if he wanted to press deeper. Most of the Russia Oil fields were in the Caucasus region. most of the oil was transported up the Volga, right past Stalingrad. If he was able to capture it, he could in sense, cut off the Russians from their oil.
User avatar #113 to #111 - AnomynousUser ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
I thought I said/implied that already. If they needed to get Stalingrad to protect the flanks to get the Caucasus, wouldn't that be cutting off the Caucasus from the Soviets? Idk, it's late and 2000 characters isn't a lot for a history lesson.

I also forgot to mention how they could cut through Iran and stop 'Murica's supplies from reaching the Soviets through that water area until right before I noticed this comment, too.

It just annoys me when people are told that the most pivotal battle in the Eastern Front was fought over the name of a city.
User avatar #119 to #113 - stgfilitov (11/27/2013) [-]
True. The Soviet in the Caucuses them selves fought the Germans to a stalemate and relied on the 'Murican supplies through Iran. 1 out of every 3 tanks they had was a British tank or 'murican tank. I'm just glad someone knows as much as i do on the subject.
User avatar #122 to #119 - AnomynousUser ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
Yep. It was the two stalemates that let Operation Uranus happen, I believe it was called.

As much as I hated doing my senior paper, I did learn a lot.
#106 to #102 - ksiolajidebtisboss (11/27/2013) [-]
Thanks for clearing that up for me. The only history that I learn is from my dad and he primarily speaks Russian. Sometimes it's very hard to understand what he is saying. Military terms and such are complicated for me.
User avatar #110 to #106 - AnomynousUser ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
I completely understand. The only history I took was US history (I still remember everything but people's names from that class), so when the senior papers were restricted to European history, I went with the one thing from them I knew a lot about - World War II. So, the pivotal moment in the Eastern Front was an easy choice for me.
User avatar #112 to #106 - AnomynousUser ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
Oh, I almost forgot one of the important parts! If the Germans could have taken the Caucasus, they could have pretty easily cut through Iran and stopped any/all of the American supplies from reaching the Soviets through that waterway.
#87 to #76 - stgfilitov (11/27/2013) [-]
He sure did **** up on that one.
#103 to #87 - JudasLitl (11/27/2013) [-]
Hitler just 			******		 up in general, he tried to expand way too far way too fast in all directions.
Hitler just ****** up in general, he tried to expand way too far way too fast in all directions.
User avatar #6 - oxYKellark (11/26/2013) [-]
That explain the map in RO2
even though the Russians are assaulting
User avatar #8 to #6 - ledd (11/26/2013) [-]
That explains the map in first Call of Duty..
User avatar #32 to #8 - robotvoice (11/27/2013) [-]
i think i remember that one.
#23 to #6 - steelhawk (11/27/2013) [-]
I think in the last update, territory mode has the Germans attack.
User avatar #38 - watthekilo (11/27/2013) [-]
surprised that soundofwinter isnt here yet
#39 to #38 - soundofwinter ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
You have summoned me
User avatar #40 to #39 - watthekilo (11/27/2013) [-]
And so it begins
#68 to #40 - solarknight (11/27/2013) [-]
YOU FOOL!
User avatar #81 to #68 - professionalfeeder (11/27/2013) [-]
surprised im not seeing lenins all over this thread...
#90 to #81 - ianmcgunny (11/27/2013) [-]
You called?
User avatar #93 to #90 - professionalfeeder (11/27/2013) [-]
dp you have any hitler photoshoots?
User avatar #136 to #39 - soundofmussolini (11/27/2013) [-]
KCHHUECHUUUUUCHEKAUUUAUGHHUUU...kchu
User avatar #69 - kommandantvideo (11/27/2013) [-]
Red Orchestra 2 anybody?
User avatar #77 to #69 - thatoneiranianguy ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
I didn't realize it till now, but yes, that is what that damn map was based off!

There was also Pavlov's House in one of the early CoD games, I can't remember which one. Well, off to RO2.
User avatar #78 to #77 - kommandantvideo (11/27/2013) [-]
I don't know which call of duty, but I do know about Red Orchestra 2. God I love that game.


So much
User avatar #80 to #78 - thatoneiranianguy ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
I just wish there was a larger fanbase. Would give the devs more of the morale support to do greater things with it.

Sometimes its so hard to find decently full servers, but that might be because I only play on realism mode. Not sure though.
User avatar #82 to #80 - kommandantvideo (11/27/2013) [-]
Yeah finding a full server is a bitch. I hate playing against bots, and I hate the servers with mods and **** . I just want a normal, realism match with 16 players on each side. Hell, even 8 players on each side. But god is it hard, and with the fanbase split in half from the expansion, I imagine it's even harder to get a game
User avatar #84 to #82 - thatoneiranianguy ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
I like both of base RO2 and Rising Storm. If I feel like playing a slower pace I'll play RO2, and if I want a faster pace I'll play Rising Storm (which it was much like in real life.)

I think RO2 just had a shady and buggy release and lost a lot of people. I mean I remember playing RO1 for hours on end for years without a problem finding a server.
User avatar #85 to #84 - kommandantvideo (11/27/2013) [-]
I never played RO1 and I never played RO2 when it came out. I started playing it a long time ago, after release, but haven't played it much since then. Oh well.
User avatar #88 to #85 - thatoneiranianguy ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
I keep it installed still because usually on the weekends I can get a good one to two hour game play session. But yeah, hopefully the game will get a revival.

I might just go see if there's any players on right now, nice talking to you.
#101 to #77 - ffinfinity (11/27/2013) [-]
it was call of duty 1 and that was one of the best levels I ever had the pleasure of playing in any game. The intense atmosphere and the music was amazing.
#160 - riefenstahl (11/27/2013) [-]
That really reminds me of the first Call of Duty, but of course I must be mistaken. That ******* building you first had to take and then defend.
User avatar #168 to #160 - bibblesworth ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
Pretty sure it was based on this building. RO2 also has a map of this.
User avatar #172 to #168 - xapplemanx (11/27/2013) [-]
RO2 is an amazing game, there's a movie about vasily called enemy at the gates
#55 - Rascal (11/27/2013) [-]
Isnt that building in the first Call of Duty game?

You got to defend it from germans and tanks?
#58 to #55 - itemseller (11/27/2013) [-]
to bad they will never make the a call of duty like the first and united offensive gosh the campaigns were so good >.< now they dont even care
User avatar #66 to #58 - zecaida (11/27/2013) [-]
tha campaing is pretty good, the mp is so bad, the only one that i liked was MW2
User avatar #61 to #58 - vileinsect (11/27/2013) [-]
actually..most of cod's series singleplayer was ok, nice actually compared to othr fps singlr player.idk about bf4 .but bfbc2 and bf three kinda suck..but yeah cod mp sucks
#71 to #61 - itemseller (11/27/2013) [-]
my favorite single player games ever was f.e.a.r 1 but i really liked united offensives
User avatar #72 to #71 - vileinsect (11/27/2013) [-]
my fav so far isnt really fps....dishonored, tomb raider
#75 to #72 - itemseller (11/27/2013) [-]
the games are prob great but fear is the **** bro it feels so good to shoot the clone soldiers in the game and really good when you are in slowmo i wish monolith picked up that game and retextured it and made new maps perfect game right there
User avatar #79 to #75 - vileinsect (11/27/2013) [-]
but its about ghost...mysteries game makes me cnt sleep. not cz of nightmare but after finish the game i suddenly browse wiki n forum like crazy..
#116 to #79 - itemseller (11/27/2013) [-]
look into f.e.a.r it has ghost and a really good story but the way its told to you is absolute ****
#59 to #55 - kisushima (11/27/2013) [-]
Yep. **** that house.
#108 - mrsodasexy ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
why didnt they just ring the bell
#109 to #108 - mrsodasexy ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
please get the joke
#145 to #135 - garymuthafuknoak ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
thumbnail
User avatar #138 to #135 - yorker (11/27/2013) [-]
I swear to god SOBR units like the one pictured have got to have the coolest helmets, ever.
#146 to #135 - Rascal (11/27/2013) [-]
#14 - diamondperzik (11/26/2013) [-]
25 Russian sewers under the demmand of Yalow Patties   
defended a building during the Battle at Stalingrad as well   
that it never tell. Vasily Chekhov, general Of the Soviet tenses   
in Stalingrad. later that the Germans lest more men   
trying to take &quot;' s muse“ than they did taking Paris.   
riser% r   
   
   
i liked the light bulb this time

25 Russian sewers under the demmand of Yalow Patties
defended a building during the Battle at Stalingrad as well
that it never tell. Vasily Chekhov, general Of the Soviet tenses
in Stalingrad. later that the Germans lest more men
trying to take "' s muse“ than they did taking Paris.
riser% r


i liked the light bulb this time
#41 - klutzyspy (11/27/2013) [-]
oh lightbulb...

"25 Russian sewers under the demmand of Yalow Patties"
User avatar #131 to #41 - hackhazardly (11/27/2013) [-]
I've been waiting for someone to comment on this.
#12 - Rascal (11/26/2013) [-]
Yeupp. My grandfather was there, he told me how it felt like a game when he was just pickin off germans that just kept coming and coming...
#137 - baconmne (11/27/2013) [-]
here's another fun fact...
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