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2008-04-25 03:41:18
Bart, there were greater madmen and psychopaths during that period than Hitler: "Step by step I have arrived at the conviction that the aims of Communism in Europe are sinister and fatal. At the Nuremberg Trials, I, together with my Russian colleague, condemned Nazi aggression and terror. I believe now that Hitler and the German people did not want war. But we declared war on Germany, intent on destroying it, in accordance with our principle of balance of power, and we were encouraged by the 'Americans' around Roosevelt. We ignore Hitler's pleadings not to enter into war. Now we are forced to realise that Hitler was right. He offered us the co-operation of Germany; instead, since 1945, we have been facing the immense power of the Soviet Union. I feel ashamed and humiliated to see that the aims we accused Hitler of, are being relentlessly pursued now, only under a different label." - British Attorney General, Sir Hartley Shawcross, Stourbridge, March 16th, 1984. That's just one quote on the subject. I have never been a Hitler lover, but I like to get at the truth, and the truth is more often than not difficult to stomach.
2008-04-25 02:17:12
When you read a lot of history, we begin to realize how "lucky" we were that Hitler was such a controlling madman. The German's had the weaponry to win the war, if the Generals and Admirals had their way. I hate he was a madman for all the precious lives lost and changed forever..for the end result (Germany losing war) I guess I'm glad he was such a control freak. Very hard to be happy for anything dealing with that except that it is over...for some of us.
2008-04-25 02:08:35
The German battleship Bismarck is one of the most famous warships of the Second World War. The lead ship of her class and named after the 19th century German chancellor Otto von Bismarck, Bismarck displaced more than 50,000 tons fully loaded and was the largest warship then commissioned. pride of the Royal Navy,Prime minister Winston Churchill issued the order to "Sink the Bismarck", spurring a relentless pursuit by the Royal Navy. Two days later, with safer waters almost in reach, Fleet Air Arm aircraft torpedoed Bismarck and jammed her rudder, allowing heavy British units to catch up with her. In the ensuing battle on the morning of 27 May 1941, Bismarck took heavy punishment for nearly three hours before sinking .