How long countries lasted against Germany in WWII -- Re: [RUS] Who split Germany after WW2?
Zig the N.g
ziggerjoe at yandex.com
Mon May 11 02:23:54 PDT 2020
On Sat, Dec 09, 2017 at 02:21:02PM +1100, Zenaan Harkness wrote:
> Most us propagandized flunkies in the inglorious West don't actually
> know our history.
> For those who appreciate a quick catch up here and there, read it and
> Who divided Germany during the Cold War – Washington or Moscow?
> The Soviet proposal for a neutral, united Germany was refused by the
> West, in order to create their own puppet state
> by Nikolay Starikov
> December 8, 2017, 12:17 pm
>From ~23:30 for the knock your socks off department of actual history:
Remembrance. Rewriting history - Red Army’s role in liberating Europe censored in the West-gGOnJJRYy4o
[RT WWII documentary]
Here's the punch line:
[23:28] Today, many among the European elites prefer to overlook the fact that back then, there was no one in Europe who could actually fight back against fascism.
The governments of some countries endorsed Hitler, while for the others, it was a matter of days before they capitulated:
France lasted 43 days
Poland 36 days
Greece 24 days
Norway 24 days
Belgium 18 days
Yugoslavia 11 days
Netherlands 5 days
Albania 3 days
Denmark 1 day
Czechoslvakia - "surrendered without a fight"
The USSR? Fought on for FOUR years!
[24:25] Neither the Soviet authorities, nor the people, ever dreampt about leaving their country at the mercy of fascists.
That's why, all over Europe, there are millions of graves of Soviet soldiers.
.. [24:55] The brunt of the suffering was borne by the Soviet Union - almost half of the deaths of World War II were suffered by the Soviet Union; both in the Red Army, and among the civilian population. And they played a decisive role in the final victory over Nazi Germany.
Russians. What a people.
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