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The German Soldier

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I hate how in every piece of media (movies, videogames, books etc) the german soldier is show as a bloodthirsty monster
Is a germanon around here who want to discuss this matter?
How are the soldiers remembered in germany?
Do you have any relatives who fought in WW2?
Germans enjoy movies like Saving Private Ryan?
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How true is this pasta? It keeps being spammed on /int/ but I don't want to give in to memes.

The History of Vietnam:
>Enslaved by China for 1000 years
>Vassalized by China for the next 1000 years
>Half the "native" dynasties were founded by Han Chinese immigrants
>Enslaved by Ming China
>During military "victories" the capital was destroyed and the main "strategy" was to hide in the mountains while the invaders suffered from heat, bugs and disease and eventually left
>Begged Qing China for help against France
>Colonized and enslaved by France
>Vietnamese were called "Annamites"
>No such thing as "Vietnamese culture"
>Literally invented nothing
>Pho was created by Chinese immigrants
>Eats rats and monkey brains
>Vietnamese "traditional" clothing isn't traditional or even indigenous
>"Vietnamese" alphabet and Vietnamese "calligraphy" are ugly
>Vietnamese language is ugly
>The epitome of Vietnamese culture is the rice hat
>Traditional Vietnamese dance is a rice hat dance
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How did Champa gain independence from Han dynasty China while Vietnam did not?

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How did Champa gain independence from Han dynasty China while Vietnam did not and instead got ruled by China for millennia? Why was the Cham revolt against the Han dynasty successful while the Vietnamese revolts were defeated?
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Why did Cambodia cede Saigon to Vietnam in 17th century in exchange for Vietnamese princess?

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Why did Cambodia cede Saigon to the Vietnamese Nguyen lords in the 17th century in exchange for a Vietnamese princess? Why did the Cambodian king not realize the Vietnamese princess was going to start the annexation of Saigon from Cambodia?
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Century of Humiliation

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How did China come back from this? Do you think the Chinese psyche and government wants revenge over it?
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Hello everyone! It is the 75th anniversary of the nuclear bombings! I assume there are going to be a lot of uneducated retards posting on /his/ today so let's address a few things and start a real good discussion.
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>Gale Ann Benson (1944 – 72) was a British model, socialite and daughter of Conservative MP Leonard Plugge.
>she started a relationship with Black Power activist Hakim Jamal
>associate of Michael X
>She changed her name to "Hale Kimga"
>moving later that year to the commune of Michael X in Trinidad, who had fled the UK while bailed on charges of extortion and robbery
>a group of men including Michael X took Benson out for a walk outside the commune
>Arriving at a hole in the ground, they started digging until it was about four feet deep
>They pushed her in, two of the men attacking her with a cutlass, badly wounding Benson in the chest and throat
>She was buried alive, some of the men jumping on the soil to keep her down until she succumbed

>Malcolm Caldwell (1931 – 78) was a British academic and a prolific Marxist writer
>He was a consistent critic of American foreign policy, a campaigner for Asian communist and socialist movements, and a supporter of the Khmer Rouge
>In December 1978 Caldwell was a member of the only group of Western journalists and writers invited to visit Cambodia
>The three visitors were given a highly structured tour of the country
>On 22 December, Caldwell had a private audience with Pol Pot
>After the meeting, he came back to the guest house in Phnom Penh where the three were staying in a mood described as "euphoric
>that night Becker was awakened by the sound of gunfire. She stepped out of her bedroom and saw a heavily armed Cambodian man who pointed a pistol at her
>She ran back into her room and heard people moving and more gunshots
>An hour later a Cambodian came to her bedroom door and told her that Caldwell was dead
>He had been shot in the chest

more stories like this?
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is this Europe perfect?
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Here I hid Tabernacle.



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Arizona State University (1984), Indiana University Pa (1974) and Kaiser Wilhem Society (1886) core samples at Stonehenge Heelstone confirm Laurence Washington, Esq (1656) and Sir Laurence Washington, knight (1653) core samples at Stonehenge Helestone; gold, silver, brass, iron, wood, bone and concrete 1.2m (4ft) below Stonehole 96, and no Coal in cores.

What do your Heel Stone cores show?
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