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#68 - ianmcgunny (02/19/2014) [+] (4 replies)
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Yes, I know the difference between a clip and a mag. I was half asleep when I finished and I didn't proof read.
Yes, I know the difference between a clip and a mag. I was half asleep when I finished and I didn't proof read.
#34 - floggnawstalgia (02/19/2014) [+] (8 replies)
My history teacher served in WW2 and said he was on one of the small islands in japan  forgot which one  and claimed that the island was so small you could hear each side if you yelled at each other. So one night both sides were talking 						****					 to each other yet again and one of the Japs said "Hey Americans, tonight you die rike pigs!" and one of the raiders yelled back saying "Yeah, we'll see about that!" (in Japanese) so  the Japs replied "John Wayne is bad actor!"   
   
   
I assume many lels were had
My history teacher served in WW2 and said he was on one of the small islands in japan forgot which one and claimed that the island was so small you could hear each side if you yelled at each other. So one night both sides were talking **** to each other yet again and one of the Japs said "Hey Americans, tonight you die rike pigs!" and one of the raiders yelled back saying "Yeah, we'll see about that!" (in Japanese) so the Japs replied "John Wayne is bad actor!"


I assume many lels were had
#13 - panzerfront (02/18/2014) [+] (6 replies)
I love the stories but I've noticed that they always are from the allies POV why no Axis stories?
User avatar #26 to #13 - adrilazzaro (02/19/2014) [-]
"History is written by the victors"
can you imagine if some grandchild proudly told a story of his German pop's killing spree? not socially acceptable unfortunately
#11 - miwauturu (02/18/2014) [-]
My great uncle died in WW2, but he has a medal named after him in France for marksmanship apparently. His unit was being overrun, and with them retreated he grabbed an anti-tank gun: a weapon two people were meant to manipulate and fire. Using it alone he managed to take out something ridiculous, I'd need to confirm, but I believe it was something along the line of 15 tanks, all on his own before he was killed.
#33 - kingpongthedon (02/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
“It was like shooting turkeys back at home… If you shot the ones in the back, the ones in the front wouldn’t know and keep charging instead of getting into cover.”

What the **** kind of turkeys was York hunting back home?
#32 - hawaiianman (02/19/2014) [-]
That Funk guy is my new hero.
#18 - mikhailovych (02/18/2014) [+] (5 replies)
"emptied the clip"
"clip"
what
#38 - pdizzlefoshizzle (02/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Jack Malcolm Thorpe Fleming Churchill anyone? One night he single-handedly took 42 german prisoners with nothing but a broadsword, escaped from a concentration camp but recaptured and sent to austria only to escape and meet up with a US armored column (after the atomic bomb was dropped, AND he swung from a rope and stabbed a nazi officer and proceeded to beat 8 germans soldiers up with nothing with his fists. There's a lot more you can find on this guy at badassoftheweek.com/churchill.html
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#1 - kaboomz (02/18/2014) [-]
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#66 - devildogpratt (02/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
>clips
#71 to #66 - ianmcgunny (02/19/2014) [-]
mfw having to reply to every other person saying something about the only mistake out of 400+ words

I was half asleep when I finished and I didn't proof read. I know the difference.
#57 - tjflash (02/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
WWll was the war of all wars. It is by far the most interesting, and the **** that happened in WWll are unbelievable. When you read about the soldiers that recieved Medals of Honor, you can barely comprehend it. The movies we see actually had to tone down the chaos because "Nobody would think it's realistic".
Pic related, that's not a Micheal Bay Film, it's America unloading on Omaha Beach, ready to **** **** up.
#43 - shitshitshit (02/19/2014) [+] (2 replies)
im gonna be that guy and post this,

magazine and clip are not the same thing nor are they interchangeable
#86 - royalwerewolf (02/19/2014) [-]
That last one
I've heard something like it before...
User avatar #90 - sadisticsalmon (02/19/2014) [-]
I hear stories from my family about my Great Grandfather, he became governor of New South Wales after the war and I hear a lot of stories about him in the war, he was a quartermaster for the AIF and a lieutenant. The most common story I hear was about a German force that had met up with some Italians, moving on his forces position they were given one night to prepare before the Axis forces arrived. Many soldiers slept but as quartermaster he had to spend the whole night preparing ammunition, destroying supplies that could be used by the Italians and Germans and preparing medical supplies for the move out and most importantly (with the help of some engineers) preparing a minefield in the base. About 3 in the morning, he heard engines coming. Knowing what this meant, He silently woke the soldiers and prepared the wounded to the leaving planes, before the planes took off him and 4 men and prepared a rearguard to buy time for as many planes as possible to leave.
They fought long enough to get 10 of the planes off the ground, he escaped through the clear path of the minefield and broke to the last plane as it was leaving. He was the last remaining memeber of the rearguard action alive, and the last man out of their sector of Africa.
#83 - kingderps (02/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Considering the amount of propaganda everyone spewed back then, I have a lot of doubt that these stories are not embellished.
User avatar #78 - itemexchange (02/19/2014) [-]
i never got to talk to my great grandfather about the war but he had a bunch of medals.....some people were makign a record of every living soldier they could finds accounts of Dday ...none of my grandpas story was anything "remarkably different than any other soldier" but my favorite part was
he was on the deck of the ship preparing to storm the beach and all and his commanding officer told all of them to wait there cus he didnt want to drop them in the water (ya know everyone drowing from heavy gear or being gunned down and all) within a minute the front of the ship where they all would be standing had they been unloading got hit with a shell which had they been getting ready to go would have killed them all....

#75 - typeonegative (02/19/2014) [+] (9 replies)
don't forget this guy
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