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  • taratara144 taratara144 Sep 15, 2012 11:13 PM Flag

    Germany declared war on USA

    Then and only then did we declare war
    Know ur history

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    • Japan was Germany's ally, the war declaration
      was a result of America declaring war on Japan.

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      • that is correct both of them didnt want war with the usa.

        they wanted to finish their plate first then attack usa later on.

        usa knew this as a result setup pearl harbor for a fall and baited japan to attack so we could have an excuse to attack japan and join the war vs axis.

        so thus true know your history.

        even in the first ww1 we intentionally let many die in a ship sending them to their deaths to join the war vs Germany when it was a fact it wasn't even germany's fault

        someone got assassinated and as a result some prussia small country got attacked/attacked someone then everyone joined in.

        Lets just say usa used their boat getting sunk for visiting a war zone as an excuse to join in that time and after ww1 usa people felt used and abused by the european powers as england france etc didnt listen to what we wanted.

        then forced germany to pay for the whole war by herself as a result they had hyperinflation printing money to pay for the war debt then hilter went into power because of german desperation.

        you could say the holocaust was caused by the hyperinflation that came from ww1.

        thanks retards that did WW1 yep you participants are the retards.

        ww1 was essentially a very unjust and STUPID war for nothing. ww2 was a better story. hence why for world wars most people only remember ww2

 
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