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#22 - tredbear
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#65 to #22 - thebaconnator
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#71 to #22 - KabulMan
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#73 to #22 - krakalakin
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#59 to #22 - guymandude
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wow, I laughed way too hard at that
#45 to #22 - frienderman
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#77 to #22 - tredbear
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why do all the replies involve America? Russia was in the pic too you know?
#151 to #77 - anon
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www youtube com/watch?v=Khaa3y0i87s
#101 to #22 - whitenerdy
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(04/18/2013) [-]
>Big Russia
>Can't even beat Finland
>Implies Russia could take on whole Scandinavia.
>Persia vs Sparta 2.0
big n scawwy Russia.
#102 to #101 - tredbear
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that was just that one time..........i don't wanna talk about it, okay?
#104 to #102 - whitenerdy
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(04/18/2013) [-]
I giggled, now bow to our great lord and master Technoviking.
#322 to #101 - dramallama
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>implying the soviet union* was well armed   
>implying soviet soldiers were prepared for finnish terrain   
>stalins purges killed a lot of high ranking officials and had them replaced with mere soldiers
>implying the soviet union* was well armed
>implying soviet soldiers were prepared for finnish terrain
>stalins purges killed a lot of high ranking officials and had them replaced with mere soldiers
#353 to #322 - whitenerdy
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"Implying the soviet union* was well armed"
- even without talking about weaponry, the soviet union had 10 times the tanks and aircrafts.

"implying soviet soldiers were prepared for Finnish terrain"
-implying there is a mayor difference between Finish terrain and Russian terrain.

"stalins purges killed a lot of high ranking officials and had them replaced with mere soldiers"
- look at the ******* picture
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirill_Meretskov
- commander since 1920
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kliment_Voroshilov
- Also experienced
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semyon_Timoshenko
- served since 1918
#361 to #353 - dramallama
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(04/20/2013) [-]
Yes, the soviets had more tanks and more aircraft. Unfortunately, Finland didn't have any strategic targets worth bombing, and as a result, mostly small villages got bombed. Tanks moved at a very slow pace and had to avoid the snowy forests and were easily dispatched by AT crews.

Are you stupid? One of the main reasons Finland won was because they had a geographical advantage. Their entire strategy revolved around geography.

Is this supposed some kind of denial? The other reason Finns won was because the soviets were crippled by Stalin's purges. Their morale was very low, 30, 000 soldiers were executed or imprisoned, of which most were high ranking soldiers. Showing me 3 high rank soldiers isn't going to make up for those 30,000.
#362 to #361 - whitenerdy
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" Finland didn't have any strategic targets worth bombing."
Unless they bombed their cities, forcing starvation and desperation.
"Are you stupid? One of the main reasons Finland won was because they had a geographical advantage."
I didn't say they didn't have a geographical advantage, I said that the "finnish terrain" is basicly the same as the Russians, and they therefor, should be prepared for it, making you the retard.
Finland: 69% forest
Russia: Russia is the largest forest country in the world, which houses about 22% of the world forests.
"The other reason Finns won was because the soviets were crippled by Stalin's purges. Their morale was very low, 30, 000 soldiers were executed or imprisoned, of which most were high ranking soldiers."
That wasn't even the discussion, you said they didn't have any high ranking experienced officers, I showed you three, and now you're talking about how they lost 30.000 soldiers and how "Moral" would make all the difference with people doing everything they can to survive in anycase.

#366 to #362 - dramallama
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Finland didn't have much worth bombing and that's a fact.
Well they weren't prepared for it because Russians don't live in those terrains. A large part of Russia is forest, yet those parts are uninhabited.
"you said they didn't have any high ranking experienced officers"
that's wrong you moron, I said that many high ranking officials were replaced by mediocre soldiers. If you don't think that it won't have a negative impact on the outcome of the war then you shouldn't be here.
#367 to #366 - whitenerdy
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"didn't have much worth bombing"   
- 6 cities >50 km from the Russian border, no matter how badass scandinavians are, it won't be easy surviving Finlands cold winter without food and shelter.    
   
"Well they weren't prepared for it because Russians don't live in those terrains. A large part of Russia is forest, yet those parts are uninhabited. "   
- Retranslated: They weren't ready for the terrain because their aren't any Atlases in 1940's, and even though Russia is mostly forrest and Finland is mostly forrest, they still weren't ready for it because most of russias HUGE forrests are uninhabited, and they therefore don't train their soldiers for combat in their forrests, making a huge disadvantage.   
   
 "I said that many high ranking officials were replaced by mediocre soldiers."   
- Too bad they didn't have those even more experienced generals that I mentioned that commanded over them, telling these green officers what to do, maybe the officers were so green that the men didn't respect them as much, but in the eitherway, the Russians were retarded.
"didn't have much worth bombing"
- 6 cities >50 km from the Russian border, no matter how badass scandinavians are, it won't be easy surviving Finlands cold winter without food and shelter.

"Well they weren't prepared for it because Russians don't live in those terrains. A large part of Russia is forest, yet those parts are uninhabited. "
- Retranslated: They weren't ready for the terrain because their aren't any Atlases in 1940's, and even though Russia is mostly forrest and Finland is mostly forrest, they still weren't ready for it because most of russias HUGE forrests are uninhabited, and they therefore don't train their soldiers for combat in their forrests, making a huge disadvantage.

"I said that many high ranking officials were replaced by mediocre soldiers."
- Too bad they didn't have those even more experienced generals that I mentioned that commanded over them, telling these green officers what to do, maybe the officers were so green that the men didn't respect them as much, but in the eitherway, the Russians were retarded.
#370 to #367 - dramallama
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"the Russians were retarded"   
pic related, and it's soviets btw
"the Russians were retarded"
pic related, and it's soviets btw
#372 to #370 - whitenerdy
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>Implying the highest ranking officers that I showed before weren't Russians and they  didn't make retarded moves.   
>Implying you can still lead the discussion on   
>Implying you haven't already lost the discussion    
>Implying  winrar'ed   
>Implying Implications   
   
later aligator
>Implying the highest ranking officers that I showed before weren't Russians and they didn't make retarded moves.
>Implying you can still lead the discussion on
>Implying you haven't already lost the discussion
>Implying winrar'ed
>Implying Implications

later aligator
#374 to #372 - dramallama
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>Implying you won
"hurr durr 3 soviet officers had a crappy strategy, all of the ussr is ******* retarded hurr durr"
Are you inbred or are you really that stupid? I'm not denying they had a weak strategy, but if you actually read what I wrote before (if you're capable of that), you would understand by now that there wasn't much those mediocre officers could do due to Finland's geography.
Also,
>making the mistake of calling soviets 'russians'
It gets easier once you enter grade school, trust me
Stay delusional butthurt scandinavianfag, we won the second world war and you didn't do ****.
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#225 to #101 - anon
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today they´ll just nuke them
#162 to #101 - anon
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That was only because Finland had the backing of Nazi-Germany. WIthout their supplies Finland would of fallen. Still a great victory though.
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#1 - walkerjam
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#191 to #1 - jonasoe
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Greenland is still under Denmarks ruling, since they still take our money..
#246 to #191 - anon
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There are almost equally many negroes in Norway/Denmark percentage-wise, but whatever...
#294 to #246 - jonasoe
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Went to look at the fbi factbook, so if you think 2.36 migrant(s)/1,000 population (2012 est.) is a lot, then yes, there are many negroes
#67 to #1 - anon
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What I learned from this image is that Sweden is a dick and Finland has giant balls.
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#238 to #67 - anon
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And Norway is a sperm...
#86 to #1 - anon
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double dick and cum
#93 to #1 - sandwitchman **User deleted account**
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#237 to #93 - dunderbiffen
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Torilla tavataan
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#245 to #244 - dunderbiffen
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Comment Picture
#247 to #245 - walkerjam
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Ei sa peitää. Satana perkele. Kiitos.
#248 to #247 - dunderbiffen
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Anteeks mithääh
Anteeks mithääh
#249 to #248 - walkerjam
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Ehh. Helsinki, Turkuu, Tampere. Routsi.
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#250 to #249 - dunderbiffen
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#251 to #250 - walkerjam
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Sauna! Yksi, kaksi, kolme!
#253 to #251 - dunderbiffen
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Comment Picture
#269 to #253 - angelious
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suurin osa teistä ei taida ees puhua suomea ollenkaa :/
suurin osa teistä ei taida ees puhua suomea ollenkaa :/
#279 to #269 - dunderbiffen
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Niin mikä suurin osa? Tässä oli vain kaksi äijää joista toinen (en minä) ei todennäköisesti osaa muutakun huono suomi.
Niin mikä suurin osa? Tässä oli vain kaksi äijää joista toinen (en minä) ei todennäköisesti osaa muutakun huono suomi.
#286 to #279 - angelious
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hmm kai se on tuo walkerjam joka iskee koko ajan random sanoja eikä muodosta mitään järkevää lausetta(ja se vieläpä kirjotti perkeleen wäärin)
hmm kai se on tuo walkerjam joka iskee koko ajan random sanoja eikä muodosta mitään järkevää lausetta(ja se vieläpä kirjotti perkeleen wäärin)
#283 to #279 - trojanmannn
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heiben gliben bloben glooben
#61 - Schadenfreude
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Fance's face when
#135 to #61 - ulysse
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Fance ? I'm pretty sure it's France.
#3 - rototornjik
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#2 - crazyolitis
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The Nordic countries've got quite some history when it comes to warfare, if I remember correctly. Vikings, Gustavus Adolphus, and more.
#16 to #2 - arandomanon ONLINE
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Is actually there more besides of Swedish Empire and Vikings ages?
#17 to #16 - anon
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The Danish empire? Like when we owned Sweden and Norway?
#24 to #17 - arandomanon ONLINE
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I believe you are confusing Kalmar Union with an imaginary Danish empire
#60 to #24 - valhar
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Had to weigh in on this as a history major. This whole conversation is forgetting Canute and the Danelaw. I think that ruling over Denmark, Norway, and a massive majority of England constitutes an empire.
#138 to #60 - arandomanon ONLINE
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I did not forget about Canute II the great. But I doubt anon was talking about him simply because he said "when we owned Sweden and Norway" and that sounds like the Kalmar Union. I'm not so sure that can be considered as an "empire" since Canuto II never proclaimed himself as an Empreror but I can be wrong. However, this is part of the viking times of Denmark and, as I said before, I asked if there was something else besides of viking times and Swedis Empire.
#292 to #138 - canuto
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you called?
#297 to #292 - arandomanon ONLINE
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Canuto is Canute in Spanish and I got confused.
#299 to #297 - canuto
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alright then, mate
alright then, mate
#25 to #24 - HeeroYuy
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The Kalmar union basically was the danish empire. It was a Danish king acting for Danish interests living in Copenhagen using the resources of the other territories he ruled over to improve Denmark. Cherubim, you're wrong.
#27 to #25 - arandomanon ONLINE
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No. The Kalmar Union was just a series of personal unions but it never ever was more than that, mostly because the son between the queen of Denmark and the king of Sweden and Norway (Olaf) died while he was still underaged. And the split of Sweden crown from the union without any kind of problem nor actual hard resistance proves my point.
#30 to #27 - HeeroYuy
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I meant to say it was a personal union, because it was. As I said, it was a Danish king ruling over Norway and Sweden as well as the rest of the Nordic lands. This Danish King (Eric of Pommerania) used his kingship over Sweden and Norway to finance his Danish wars in Northern Germany, which made the Swedes unhappy for disturbing their Iron trade to the continent. Since they were unhappy, Engelbrekt Engelbrektsson lead a freaking revolution to get Eric off of the Swedish throne, but of course, having to fight for two years to push all Danish forces out of Sweden is apparently not hard resistance. So that which "proves your point" is actually wrong, sorry about that chum.
#31 to #30 - arandomanon ONLINE
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Hmm... Looks like you win this time. I bow to your knowledgement and now I shall proceed to clean my honor of historian wannabe.
#168 to #31 - HeeroYuy
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Well, I give you thumbs because of how surprisingly peaceful that went.
#174 to #168 - arandomanon ONLINE
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I had the wrong information, I documented myself a bit more and I saw you were right. I'm a gentleman, and as one, I'm gracious in defeat. There's no need to be upset just because someone's right and you aren't._ Errare humanum est_ and we are all human. Besides, you taught me something new of a topic I love, how could I be upset about that?
Nordic history is kind of out of my speciality area and I tend to forget that.
#175 to #174 - arandomanon ONLINE
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Fail italyc letter... meh
#334 to #175 - anon
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I do believe that was latin. Unless I was mistaken.
#335 to #334 - arandomanon ONLINE
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I meant I failed typing like this
#21 to #17 - arandomanon ONLINE
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What you talking about
#26 to #2 - secondlawprevails
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Do the Visigoths count as well? Or would they be considered Germanic?
#33 to #26 - arandomanon ONLINE
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Well if you pay attention to the Goth origns (south of Sweden), I guess they could be considered "nordic" but I'm not so sure about that
#333 to #33 - anon
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Actually, the Goths were the sterotypical vikings you see them depicted as. They were mostly raiders, and pillagers. Those who decided to become traders, they went to the territory of the Swedes. Mostly because the economical center for the vikings were in the swedish city of Birka, which was rumored to have more gold than the rest of the north combined.

The swedes, however, were primarily traders. The did raid too, but not as much. They could generally raid a location, steal their valuables, kidnap the woman and children, strip them off their clothes, then sell their clothes and valuables, then sell the kids and women.

There's also theories that scholars could've lived in the Swedes area, but as the material they would've written on, it would've decayed a long time ago, so as for now, there's just theories. However, the largest quanitity of runestones are focused in the Swedes Territory.

Swedes -> Generally around the area of modern day stockholm.
Goths -> South part of Sweden.
#336 to #333 - arandomanon ONLINE
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Yes but they went to the south and they started to live in Germany and around. When the Roman Empire collapsed, they were there to raid and loot the remains. They stablished settlements in places so far away such as Spain and they were no longer vikings then.
They may have nordic ancestors but they are no more nordic or viking as the normands were.
#344 to #336 - anon
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Besides, I live rather close to Gothenburg, the second largest city, which name also means Castle of the Goths, or Göteborg, as it is called in sweden.. which again, means "Götarnas Borg."

Goths -> "Götar"
#343 to #336 - anon
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The goths didn't move, they split up. Generally about half left and a half stayed. The reason for the move was rather simple, I believe. They did not want to become christianized, while the ones who were left stood their ground and burned at the stake or converted. Since you can obviously only refer to when the east part of rome falling, in 1453, Sweden had then been christianized for 353 years. If you refer to the first part, Vikings had yet to exist in 473, so that wont really work out. The viking age is referred to be from 900 to 1100 in sweden when the king we crowned fully accepted christianity.

However, before the threat of christianization, the Goths had been raiding for roughly 200 years. That is viking enough for me.
#346 to #343 - arandomanon ONLINE
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Either splitted up or moved, I believe my point is still there: They may have had viking ancestors but eventually they weren't any more viking than the normands. They were the true ancestors of Catholic Spanish medieval Kingdoms.
#347 to #346 - anon
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Yes, but they split up after being vikings for 200 years. That still makes them vikings and still makes your point rather invalid. ;D
#108 to #33 - anon
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the dudes in the north are all Germanics. there are no "nordics"
#332 to #108 - anon
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Just to clarify, you weren't completely wrong. Swedish, Norweigan, Dannish for example, are germanic languages, In the ancient past, Swedish, Norwegian, Dannish and German were one language.
#331 to #108 - anon
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Actually, "Nordic" refers to men from the north. Dubbed "Norsemen" by the english when denmark held the english throne for a couple of years. The country that make up scandinavia was known as the Nordic countries. Flash forward a few years. Vikings raids has slowed down as the need to do plundering has decreased and peace and prosperity has stretched into the country when monks with knowledge started the concept of schools. Rome, now streching over here from rome, gave their own name
of the Nordic countries. "Scandza" To make sure that we knew what the hell that was, we adapted it so it sounded very much the same "Scandianva".

The Vikings of Sweden were the Goths and Swedes. [url deleted]

The Visigothic Kingdom wasn't a viking territory per say, but they did offer the crown to a famous viking a while back, and he brought along a couple of hundred of his men. That's about it though.
#47 to #2 - anon
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favorite gustavus adolphus quote:

"German Genocide best day of my life"
#68 to #2 - anon
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The vikings were ******* badass. I'm glad to have some of their blood flowing through my veins
#141 to #2 - anon
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Russia is probably getting off to the idea of invading Finland again.
#310 to #2 - anon
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Gustav Adolf*
#323 to #2 - dramallama
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>Vikings
bunch of farmers. Very few of them would be considered 'warriors'
Furthermore they used very low quality armor and weapons
#383 to #323 - matamune
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The vikings were some of the finest weaponsmiths at their time, making swords with "braided" cores, allowing for a surprisingly flexible and robust blade
#327 to #323 - crazyolitis
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For as far as I know, warriors are soldiers that don't really have enough time to be a full-time soldier, because of, for example, farming.
Also, they were quite succesful, at one point conquering a good part of Brittain. One of their greatest strengths, however, was the element of surprise. Their boats were extremely fast, so that the men in the village could not get their weapons.
#328 to #327 - dramallama
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fair enough, I'm not saying they were unsuccessful. The majority of people just have a wrong idea of what vikings were really like
#329 to #328 - crazyolitis
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That's true, but still. Vikings also took certain drugs, causing them to hallucinate and makeing them feel less pain in combat.
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#64 to #2 - RiflemanFunny
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Winter War. Finland kicks the **** out of the Soviet Union.
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#95 to #94 - crazyolitis
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Nordic countries in general.
Pic semi-related.
#97 - lordlolland
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This should be quite relevant
#202 to #97 - drunkenmonkeydk
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We're cool like that.
#126 to #97 - Foxchase
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This is so true.
#312 to #126 - jhoec
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jesus ******* christ
I can't even read your username
#341 to #312 - Foxchase
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Blame DJ 4DM1N :U
#90 - finni
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**** yeah! He used a real viking helmet and not the stupid wanna be!
**** yeah! He used a real viking helmet and not the stupid wanna be!
#226 to #90 - anon
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Actually, what he used looks more like the Vendel helme found in Sweden rather than the Gjermundbu helmet. Look it up. Still a big + though.
#351 to #226 - ermmmmmyeah
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It does look like that actually. I think that because the Vendel and Vaslgarde helms aren't really associated with the Viking Age and are more associated with the whole North Sea trading community of the English and the Nords we tend to forget how cool they look. If I ever get to a decent rank in my Viking group I am so gonna shell out for a Valsgarde helm. They look incredible and you can see how they inspired the helmets of the Rohirrim in the Lord of the Rings too.
#342 to #226 - finni
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You're right. Probably because OP is Swedish
#119 to #90 - ermmmmmyeah
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That is the 9th Century Gjermundbu type helmet found in Norway :) Ireplaced later by the more popular and easy to produce spangenhelm which is the typical conical nasal helm that we are so familiar with. Yay for being an Archaeology student and having all of this incredibly useful information :D
#127 to #119 - Foxchase
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Archaeology student? Are you Norwegian? I've applied for History and Archaeology in Oslo.
#125 to #119 - finni
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Yeah, but the Spangenhelm wasn't used before the late middle ages though, so the Vikings used the Gjermundbu, from what we know. There's not a lot of founds of them though.
#350 to #125 - ermmmmmyeah
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The Spangenhelm was being used by the mid to late 10th Century actually. It was the most overridingly popular helmet by the 1066 and time the Battle of Stamford Bridge and Hastings.
#354 to #350 - finni
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That's too bad. I think the Gjermundbu helmet better.
#359 to #354 - ermmmmmyeah
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It was just cheaper to manufacture, allowed for more visibility and just as protective. The Gjermundbu looked a lot cooler, but fashion comes in waves right :)
#360 to #359 - finni
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Yeah... Too bad. Didn't they have eye protection for spangenhelm that looked like modern eyeglasses? I read it on Wikipedia, but you who are an archaeologist probably know of that's true or not.
#145 - martiini
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mfw others bully Estonia.
mfw others bully Estonia.
#309 to #145 - wellfuckmylife
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Hello, fellow Estonian!
#315 to #309 - metalnettle
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(04/18/2013) [-]
Hi there!
#19 - chaosnazo
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(04/17/2013) [-]
>**** off Estonia
#193 to #19 - jyrx
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(04/18/2013) [-]
i only wanted to hang out with nords :(
#15 - opjoopie
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(04/17/2013) [-]
So yea.. couldn't help but read this in his voice..
#50 to #15 - pocoyothegreat
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(04/18/2013) [-]
Same exact thoughts. Carry on, my metal friend.