I have a very dark sense of humour...
#1
Popcorn 
Warning, this is morbid I know, but probably one of the best war stories I heard for being the worst.
I don't know if it's the terminator voice over, or maybe I need help.
but it starts like this..

"And at the same time the Russian planes were dropping bombs..."
"we took cover and while doing this, we unfortunately ended up in a graveyard..."

(21:31-23:00)

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#2
War is hell, man, so sad... I feel bad for those dudes. It's gotta be hard to live with.
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#3
22:39 reminds me of this...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3svq8EX01U
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#4
(09-22-2021, 06:27 PM)Chatwoman Wrote: War is hell, man, so sad... I feel bad for those dudes. It's gotta be hard to live with.

Weird how many of the vets from ww2 seem to have no PTSD, yet every war to follow, PTSD.

"On the Tank there was a half decayed leg, still covered in the shroud.."
"ALL of us, we had to throw up..."
"we left the graveyard in a hurry, without caring that the enemy was firing on us.."

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#5
that's because it wasn't immediately obvious that ww2 was a farce, whereas the subsequent nonsense in korea, vietnam, and everywhere else has just been an enforcement arm of the nwo.
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(09-25-2021, 10:58 AM)zenba Wrote: that's because it wasn't immediately obvious that ww2 was a farce, whereas the subsequent nonsense in korea, vietnam, and everywhere else has just been an enforcement arm of the nwo.

then you notice this too?
exception was ww1 soldiers with shell shock. These men had no idea what war was, and were shelled day and night.
however ww2 seemed to have very little shellshock or ptsd.
I have personally spoken to over a dozen ww2 vets, and they were all standup men. 
just a solid generation i guess.
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#7
is why I laughed when these hardened solid men were all throwing up on each other,
had this happened to any other generation, i am sure we would never hear it.
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#8


@6:40 omg

R.I.P. Norm!
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#9
(09-25-2021, 11:16 AM)panthers Wrote: exception was ww1 soldiers with shell shock. These men had no idea what war was, and were shelled day and night.

Mechanized warfare was altogether novel in the First World War.

Nobody knew what war was because nobody had ever seen tanks, U-boats, or aerial reconnaisance and bombardment on that scale.
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