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#9 - ojezcola (06/11/2014) [-]
Rommel, you magnificant bastared.
User avatar #16 to #9 - solidderking (06/11/2014) [-]
thats not rommel
User avatar #18 to #16 - willindor ONLINE (06/11/2014) [-]
Magnificent Bastard Don't you watch movies?
User avatar #94 to #18 - dwarfman (06/12/2014) [-]
Patton only died so he could fight Hitler again in the afterlife.
User avatar #20 to #18 - solidderking (06/11/2014) [-]
not that movie, is it some kind of american classic movie ?
User avatar #21 to #20 - allamericandude (06/11/2014) [-]
Yep, it's simply called "Patton" and it's ******* great. Patton is played by George C Scott and its one of his best performances.
User avatar #50 to #21 - blokrokker (06/11/2014) [-]
Fun fact about "Patton". The swearing on part of the actor was actually toned down from the real General Patton, which I think is funny as hell.

solidderking, I want to share this amusing factoid with you, too
User avatar #22 to #21 - solidderking (06/11/2014) [-]
i might watch it later, since i like tanks and ww2 and stuff
#111 to #9 - KillinTime (06/12/2014) [-]
Rommel then went on to lose a battle of mahjong against Hitler on the moon.
#153 to #111 - anon (06/12/2014) [-]
I both hate and love the fact this manga exists, but god damn does it hurt me to read it
User avatar #133 to #9 - thelordofrepost (06/12/2014) [-]
Rommel sounds familiar, I think I read a book about him.
User avatar #221 to #133 - brenton (06/12/2014) [-]
There's a movie from the 50's or 60's about him on Netflix right now. Think it's called "The Desert Fox" or something like that.
User avatar #252 to #221 - thelordofrepost (06/12/2014) [-]
No, the full quote of what the guy above said is "Rommel you magnificent bastard, I read your book!".
#23 to #9 - comradewinter (06/11/2014) [-]
That's not Rommel, that's Ghenghis Khan, Consul of the Zulu Empire.
User avatar #183 to #23 - thefifthdoctor (06/12/2014) [-]
No its not you idiot its Alexander the Conquer, Emperor of the Confederacy
User avatar #7 - solidderking (06/11/2014) [-]
it is unknown if Rommel conspired against Hitler, but it is known that he knew about the plans and did nothing against it
#32 to #7 - anon (06/11/2014) [-]
fun fact: rommel mean garbage
User avatar #33 to #32 - solidderking (06/11/2014) [-]
in which language ?
User avatar #44 to #33 - lotengo (06/11/2014) [-]
Dutch.
though junk is a better translation.
User avatar #99 to #44 - badmotorfinger (06/12/2014) [-]
whats funny in dutch
User avatar #167 to #99 - lotengo (06/12/2014) [-]
Grappig
User avatar #181 to #167 - badmotorfinger (06/12/2014) [-]
grappig rommel
User avatar #194 to #181 - blbrian (06/12/2014) [-]
Grappige rommel. I hear Dutch is an incredibly hard language to learn
User avatar #207 to #7 - icameforthepron (06/12/2014) [-]
The book The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich actually says he was part of the conspiracy.
User avatar #243 to #207 - solidderking (06/12/2014) [-]
other sources say other things
User avatar #208 to #7 - lieutenantderp (06/12/2014) [-]
Rommel was also executed by Hitler during the aftermaths of the failed assassination.
User avatar #242 to #208 - solidderking (06/12/2014) [-]
nor actually executed, Hitler forced him to commit suicide
User avatar #212 to #7 - Fryskelijer (06/12/2014) [-]
muh 20 millions
User avatar #13 to #7 - nebuchadnezzaurus (06/11/2014) [-]
I was going to say "A high ranking Nazi officer that did minimal harm as compared to the others... such a hero!" but then it occurred to me that it probably wouldn't be easy to fight against the regime, especially as a high ranking officer. I mean what big thing can you do to undermine the Nazi regime that wouldn't immediately give you away as a renegade? Especially given the number of secret police that operated on all levels of the hierarchy. It's good that he did even as much as he did, I mean he still took a risk going against the tide, and he had to be subtle in order to keep doing it.
User avatar #15 to #13 - solidderking (06/11/2014) [-]
thats probably why we dont know if he was part of the play to assassinate hizler, he hid all the evidences if there were evidences and now we cant find them.
he war probably the only one maybe besides of Admiral Dönitz who can be considered a " good " person
User avatar #27 to #15 - keiishiyama (06/11/2014) [-]
Rommel was a damn good general, one of the best I've ever read about. But he was a warrior first and a Nazi second, if at all. There were several times he and other Nazi/SS men would be at odds with each other because he did not support the "Aryan" myth or the Holocaust.
#38 to #27 - angelusprimus (06/11/2014) [-]
He was never a Nazi.
When nazi newspapers printed a story about how he was an early member of the Nazi party, he forced them to write an apology for false information.
He disliked Nazi government and party. Not because they were criminal scum, though that didn't help. He disliked them because he was old German nobility, a warrior born, raised and bred. He believed in Germany, and he thought that Nazis were just bunch of rabble rousing upstarts, and that Germany should be led by true old blood Germans.
User avatar #113 to #38 - keiishiyama (06/12/2014) [-]
Hence my "if at all."
User avatar #31 to #27 - solidderking (06/11/2014) [-]
to bad he had to kill himself at the end
User avatar #78 to #31 - mutantpanda (06/11/2014) [-]
Hitler forced him to commit suicide in exchange for not persecuting his family.
User avatar #161 to #78 - solidderking (06/12/2014) [-]
yep. hitler didnt want to kill him in public since he was popular
User avatar #52 to #15 - lavitts (06/11/2014) [-]
What was so great about Dönitz?
User avatar #160 to #52 - solidderking (06/12/2014) [-]
he cared about the priesenrecht ( no idea of its name in eng), war prisoners and and some other things.
i might write you a better text when im back from school
User avatar #101 to #13 - commontroll ONLINE (06/12/2014) [-]
Here's the thing though, he was a hero in the fact that he was going against that regime (which I know you've said) and he was German officer, not a Nazi. Well, maybe he was but just because he was a German officer in those days, doesn't mean he was a member of the Nazi party.

Anyway, he was probably just fighting as an officer for his country, not his leader.
#56 - iidonteven (06/11/2014) [-]
How can you crucify a man with a hook for a hand and a wooden leg?
User avatar #102 to #56 - commontroll ONLINE (06/12/2014) [-]
Nail his dick.
#112 to #102 - yisumad (06/12/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
#174 to #112 - bobfaget (06/12/2014) [-]
Yeah he was there too
#49 - dwarfman (06/11/2014) [-]
See? Hitler wasn't such a bad guy, he just wanted to vastly improve Moscow.
User avatar #165 to #49 - victorsin (06/12/2014) [-]
hitler makes the best milkshakes? themoreyouknow.pic
User avatar #138 to #49 - pickstar (06/12/2014) [-]
This made me laugh more than it should have.
**** russia



ukraine #1
User avatar #80 - foop (06/11/2014) [-]
Child parents are mauled by a bear in front of his eyes.
Dutch Police Show up.
Cheer up kid here's a stuffed bear.
User avatar #231 to #80 - zerotonin (06/12/2014) [-]
Too bad there isn't any bears in Netherlands.
#198 to #80 - anon (06/12/2014) [-]
Fun fact:
There's no bears in the Netherlands, except in zoos. It's a country the size of a big city. All the wildlife here has been reduced to deer and the occasional mallard.
Now there was that instance where a woman fell in love with a gorrilla the zoo, whom percieved the loving stares as a threat. **** was hilarious, but that darwin award is as close as you'll get to an actual trauma by wildlife.

Would be great fun though.
#205 to #198 - xxmemosxx (06/12/2014) [-]
" It's a country the size of a big city."

Are you ******* serious? It's 16,000 mi(2). The largest city is New York at around 8,000
#173 to #80 - cazabrow ONLINE (06/12/2014) [-]
Stuffed corpse of bear's only offspring   
Vengeance/Justice/Karma acquired.
Stuffed corpse of bear's only offspring
Vengeance/Justice/Karma acquired.
#84 - nustix (06/11/2014) [-]
What about the barbie museum?
#58 - pappathethird (06/11/2014) [-]
"Hey kid, your parents are dead and so is your cat. Have a teddybear."
"Hey kid, your parents are dead and so is your cat. Have a teddybear."
User avatar #164 to #58 - becauseoprahsaidso (06/12/2014) [-]
It's better than nothing you **** head.
#95 to #58 - thempc (06/12/2014) [-]
"...something as simple as putting a blanket over a little boy's shoulders to show him that world hasn't ended"
#6 - szatan (06/11/2014) [-]
We need to praise surgeon not God.
But I don't give a **** . I still love them even if there are fake.
User avatar #71 to #6 - froggets (06/11/2014) [-]
as long as I can touch and feel them they're real to me
#85 to #6 - anon (06/11/2014) [-]
They're like eva angelina fake. not amy anderson fake.

one is good, the other is a ballon.
User avatar #86 to #6 - hierophant (06/11/2014) [-]
Her face is really ugly...
#145 to #86 - lplplplp (06/12/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
#10 to #6 - anon (06/11/2014) [-]



That had nothing to do with it
#11 to #10 - szatan (06/11/2014) [-]






6 enters
User avatar #115 to #6 - fistoftheaxis (06/12/2014) [-]
Anyone else scrolled down immediately after reading the first fact to check for Salma Hayek boob pics?
User avatar #140 to #6 - danniegurl (06/12/2014) [-]
You know, women's breasts aren't actually fully developed until they get pregnant. Some women get bigger breasts. Idk the time those were taken, but that could be a possible explanation.
User avatar #126 - jukuku (06/12/2014) [-]
"Rommel is regarded as having been a humane and professional officer.[4] His Afrika Korps was never accused of war crimes, and soldiers captured during his Africa campaign were reported to have been treated humanely.[5] Orders to kill Jewish soldiers, civilians and captured commandos were ignored.[6] Late in the war, Rommel was linked to the conspiracy to assassinate Adolf Hitler. Because Rommel was a national hero, Hitler desired to eliminate him quietly. He forced Rommel to commit suicide with a cyanide pill, in return for assurances that Rommel's family would not be persecuted following his death. He was given a state funeral, and it was announced that Rommel had succumbed to his injuries from an earlier strafing of his staff car in Normandy."

What a ******* bro. He was humane and he even killed himself for the well being of his family.

I don't normally say this but that is one Nazi Field Marshall I have a lot of respect for. I wish he was on the right side.
User avatar #158 to #126 - karson (06/12/2014) [-]
I recommend reading his book, Infantry Attacks. It's more or less his journal when he was fighting in WW1. Reading the book gave me a lot of respect for the guy, and if you read the book you find out he's insanely badass/brilliant.
#185 to #126 - snaigen (06/12/2014) [-]
He was on the right side! Even if you can't believe but germans are humans too and germans aren't jew-hating people just because they're german.
User avatar #247 to #185 - jukuku (06/12/2014) [-]
Except he was fighting for the third Reich.

#248 to #247 - snaigen (06/12/2014) [-]
If you are forced to be a soldier, does that mean you support all of the government **** ?
User avatar #249 to #248 - jukuku (06/12/2014) [-]
Like I said, he was fighting for the wrong side. I never said he had much choice in that matter.
User avatar #130 to #126 - bodasion (06/12/2014) [-]
Do not disrespect the Desert Fox by calling him a Nazi. He was never a member of the National Socialist Party and it was part of the reason that he and the Chancellor had so much friction.

But Field Marshall Rommel was never a Nazi. It's historically incorrect and disrespectful to say he was.

(I understand that you weren't trying to be offensive and I am not attacking you. Just setting the record straight.)
User avatar #137 to #130 - thatoneiranianguy (06/12/2014) [-]
Rommel never did join the National Socialist party, that's correct, but it has very little relevance.

Rommel and Hitler had a very good personal relationship for much of the war and Rommel showed great interest in Hitler's rise to reform Germany in an effort to climb rank, in which he was eventually assigned his own Panzer division in North Africa.

It was only until late war that their relationship had spoiled some what.

Rommel did come to admire Hitler as an upright, true German leader that he was willing to support. As many generals did - they liked Hitler, he was a charismatic leader; but often had been annoyed by the previously lance-corporal telling them what to do all the time.

In short, Rommel, like many other generals, admired Hitler as a great leader and a social politician, however despised him for his assertion of military command.

User avatar #139 to #137 - bodasion (06/12/2014) [-]
"Rommel and Hitler had a very good personal relationship for much of the war" is false. The fact that unlike the other 90% of Germans, Rommel hadn't become a Nazi. In point of fact, they spent most of the war disliking and distrusting one another. PRIOR to the war, they had a good relationship, but since Chancellor Hitler had only become Chancellor 5 or 6 years before launching his attack on Poland, that's not actually saying much. That said, yes, Hitler did once admire Rommel, but that was before the African Campaign became so grueling; before Montgomery was sent to take control of British forces in North Africa, in point of fact.

"Rommel wasn't a Nazi" is a perfectly relevant response to the false charge that Rommel was a Nazi. YOUR comment was irrelevant.

Looks to me like you made the rest of the **** up. Hitler didn't like anybody who didn't bend to his will and Rommel wasn't about to bend to the will of a man he considered beneath him from every possible perspective.
User avatar #143 to #139 - thatoneiranianguy (06/12/2014) [-]
"That unlike the other 90% of Germans."

******** . 90%? By the end of the war the NSDAP party had maybe around 7-10% of the German population actually a member of the NSDAP. The NSDAP acted similarly to the ruling party in the Soviet Union, or a vanguard party.

Many Germans may have supported the Nazis - which they did, but do the party acting similarly to a vanguard party there was a membership limit to individuals that had specific traits. So saying 90% of the Germans were party members is wrong and irrelevant, thus that's why I say it's irrelevant. The reason Hitler had questioned Rommel's decision for not joining his vanguard party is because he fit those traits, yet still refused. Rommel was not a political man, he was a military man; something that Hitler may not have understood.

For much of pre-war, they had a good relationship. And several years into the war, it maintained that; unless you have sources that suggest either by cited quotes or documents which suggest that post-1939 Hitler had growing distaste for Rommel, then I will stand with what I say.

It was late war, however where that had grown dim.

User avatar #146 to #143 - bodasion (06/12/2014) [-]
The fact that the Chancellor ordered the man to tax a cyanide pill isn't enough to "suggest that post-1939 Hitler had a growing distaste for Rommel"?

You're being contentious for its own sake.

Off with you, troll.
User avatar #147 to #146 - thatoneiranianguy (06/12/2014) [-]
You're missing an important fact though.

He was ordered to either take cyanide and serve a hero's funeral for protection of his family or face a trial for treason.

I'm just going to copy my other comment that I already said.

"In context of the time, it was not clear whether or not the secret services of Nazi Germany had known Rommel was involved or not.

In initial assumption, I imagine the Reich had assumed he was involved. Late war, around the time Operation Valkyrie/July 20th Plot had taken place, which was 1944-45, the German government was already in shambles. Trying to recover from the losses on the Eastern Front. As I said below, it was a time of political unrest, the Germans did not know who they could trust internally as dissent grew rapidly throughout the veins of Germany.

The reality is, I honestly doubt Rommel knew anything extensively about the plot. Only thing we can truly confirm is that he was confronted about it and refused to join it. If anything, somewhere along the line where the German government had uncovered Rommel's involvement, they probably had assumed he was directly involved. In which case he was wrongly convicted of treason.

Problem is Rommel lacked any evidence to suggest that he otherwise was not involved.

It's still a cloudy moment in history."


You're ignoring the context, and this occurred late war you dimwit, which you just helped me prove.
User avatar #149 to #147 - bodasion (06/12/2014) [-]
I never even mentioned the plot. It wasn't the point.

You're only talking about it because you're a pathetic ******* troll who is just about out of **** to say.

Seriously. Just stop.
User avatar #150 to #149 - thatoneiranianguy (06/12/2014) [-]
So because I'm responding with analysis and facts, and asking you to counter my argument with cited sources...I'm trolling?

GG bodasion. You are clearly the intellectually superior here. Sorry for the inconvenience, I'll take my stupid self back to my troll dungeon.
#189 - DeathKnight (06/12/2014) [-]
>only member of the Third Reich to have a museum dedicated to him

"Wow dad, the Barbie museum, can we stop?!"

internetz to anyone who gets the reference
User avatar #199 to #189 - kaisermike (06/12/2014) [-]
"That's a nice dick"
#206 to #189 - GetOnMyHorse (06/12/2014) [-]
One of my all time favorite comedies
One of my all time favorite comedies
#234 to #189 - freepotatoe (06/12/2014) [-]
love the movie
love the movie
#190 - aldothenazi (06/12/2014) [-]
1:3 ? Eh, those sound ******* good odds for a finn when it comes to fighting soviet..
#151 - oopsmapoops (06/12/2014) [-]
Ahh...Mein lake :3
#28 - blbrian (06/11/2014) [-]
Are you ******* with me OP? I mean what the actual **** , you'd almost think *********** did it on purpose
#60 to #28 - anon (06/11/2014) [-]
yeah, the sand *******
User avatar #82 to #28 - Toximan (06/11/2014) [-]
That one was a little way too coincidental to be honest.
User avatar #225 to #82 - harryboom (06/12/2014) [-]
the WTC was one of the largest office buildings in the world, there were over 50,000 being in the area at the time, it's not hard to find coincidences when dealing with that large a group
User avatar #81 - thatoneiranianguy (06/11/2014) [-]
Don't know about the Moscow one, seems a little far fetched and fabricated as I've never seen anything on it.

But, Rommel did not conspire with anyone to take out Hitler. He was confronted by it, and over time denied joining the conspirators.

Rommel was very much aligned with Hitler and Nazi Germany.
User avatar #89 to #81 - schneidend (06/11/2014) [-]
He was then later convinced to commit suicide for taking part in the conspiracy. They covered up his death so his family would not be persecuted, as he was a national hero.
User avatar #90 to #89 - thatoneiranianguy (06/11/2014) [-]
It's really interesting.

The darkest days of political unrest were held around the end of the war for Nazi Germany.

So many Germans, unclear of who they could trust, made mistakes that costed them further, turning on each other.

User avatar #117 to #90 - thatoneiranianguy (06/12/2014) [-]
lol, wliia, I must ask, why did you thumb me down?
User avatar #118 to #117 - wliia (06/12/2014) [-]
You went through and down thumbed like, 9 of my posts for no reason, I just did the same cause I was salty.
User avatar #119 to #118 - thatoneiranianguy (06/12/2014) [-]
Yeah, I believe it was the thread about homosexuality, I thumbed you down because I disagreed with what you said, thus I thumbed you down.

User avatar #120 to #119 - wliia (06/12/2014) [-]
Yeah. Sorry, again I was salty. Put in a fair amount of effort trying to explain evolution to the guy and I get like, 50 thumb downs. =/
User avatar #122 to #120 - thatoneiranianguy (06/12/2014) [-]
Well the effort is valued and commendable but at the end of the day I was willing to agree with whoever you were arguing with. The issue is very split, I tend to lean towards the more unspoken scientific side that doesn't deal with revisionist science. Considering basic biology, the same sort of writings that biologists and many grass roots movement doctors are saying that homosexuality is a defect, or a disease. Which I believe to be true, but it does not effect how I view homosexuals socially.

None the less running around and thumbing down several pages of my comments for being salty doesnt really help your argument, and it sort of makes your efforts fall short of being childish.

User avatar #127 to #122 - wliia (06/12/2014) [-]
To be fair, you pretty much did the same thing. If you thumb someone down without providing an argument, it just makes you look like you're blindly following whatever the majority will say.
User avatar #129 to #127 - thatoneiranianguy (06/12/2014) [-]
Well, perhaps.

But I thumbed you down out of disagreement, and responding would be counterproductive as the other guy had already recalled my thoughts into words.

None the less, you thumbed me down in spite of being salty, which you admitted to. And I accept that apology and I support your right to your viewpoint, but it just didn't seem necessary for me to chime in.
User avatar #131 to #129 - wliia (06/12/2014) [-]
Fair enough.
User avatar #128 to #81 - jukuku (06/12/2014) [-]
Except he was forced to commit suicide by Hitler over his knowledge of the plot, which he did to save the lives of his family.
User avatar #132 to #128 - thatoneiranianguy (06/12/2014) [-]
In context of the time, it was not clear whether or not the secret services of Nazi Germany had known Rommel was involved or not.

In initial assumption, I imagine the Reich had assumed he was involved. Late war, around the time Operation Valkyrie/July 20th Plot had taken place, which was 1944-45, the German government was already in shambles. Trying to recover from the losses on the Eastern Front. As I said below, it was a time of political unrest, the Germans did not know who they could trust internally as dissent grew rapidly throughout the veins of Germany.

The reality is, I honestly doubt Rommel knew anything extensively about the plot. Only thing we can truly confirm is that he was confronted about it and refused to join it. If anything, somewhere along the line where the German government had uncovered Rommel's involvement, they probably had assumed he was directly involved. In which case he was wrongly convicted of treason.

Problem is Rommel lacked any evidence to suggest that he otherwise was not involved.

It's still a cloudy moment in history.
#5 - diedede (06/11/2014) [-]
Talking of Salma Hayek breasts, she once breastfed a hungry baby in Africa.
User avatar #14 to #5 - nebuchadnezzaurus (06/11/2014) [-]
Um... I'm no expert on this but doesn't a woman have to be pregnant in order to be able to produce milk?
User avatar #19 to #14 - diedede (06/11/2014) [-]
I think her son/daughter was born weeks before.
#171 to #5 - kumiuchi (06/12/2014) [-]
Well damn. I guess there was at least one time in my life that I'd have liked to be a hungry African baby.
User avatar #65 to #5 - negerslaktarn (06/11/2014) [-]
wat? dont you get aids from touching african kids?
User avatar #219 to #65 - norkas (06/12/2014) [-]
No.
User avatar #8 to #5 - hasinvadedyou (06/11/2014) [-]
interesting fact: Similac formula got its name from how salma hayek says her name before she breastfeeds
User avatar #47 to #5 - lotengo (06/11/2014) [-]
Even starving african baby's have it better then me
User avatar #42 - xbfmvxreaperx ONLINE (06/11/2014) [-]
I remember when I was younger, I was in a car accident and the Firemen gave me a Fireman teddy bear. Can't really remember much about the entire event, but it's similar to the dutch police thing. (I live in Scotland btw)
#125 - midothegreat (06/12/2014) [-]
the woman absorbing her twin made me think of this
#93 - flomosho (06/11/2014) [-]
That's... brutal...
#63 - suikerpapa (06/11/2014) [-]
I was not aware. I'm proud of my country
#200 to #63 - anon (06/12/2014) [-]
So you're from dutcherland?
#236 to #63 - lennybrown (06/12/2014) [-]
Its the same in some parts of the uk
#121 to #63 - shadowdmoon (06/12/2014) [-]
meanwhile in my county cops use tasers to settle kids down...
god bless curse the U.S.A's cop force to hell
User avatar #100 to #63 - flyingfeces (06/12/2014) [-]
Yeah I wasn't aware either. To be fair it could be a load of crap. Even though that would make no sense, I mean everything on the internet has always been true and nothing but the truth so yeah I am kinda confused....... Without source I call ********
#135 to #100 - anon (06/12/2014) [-]
its a pretty normal thing for cops anywhere to have a stuffed animal of some kind lying around, seeing as many of their calls are domestic-related with children involved.
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