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+36 1. Trooper commented 12 years ago

List of countries who joined the Allies during WW2:

British Malaya (today's Malaysia and Singapore)
British Raj (today's India, Bangladesh, Burma and Pakistan)
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
Dutch East Indies (present-day Indonesia and New Guinea)
El Salvador
French Indochina (today's Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam)
French Guiana
The Netherlands
New Zealand
Saudi Arabia
Soviet Union
Trucial States (today's United Arab Emirates)
The United States

So in short, thank you USA and THANK YOU TO THE REST OF THE WORLD TOO!
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-15 2. irishgek commented 12 years ago

And there still going on about it .....
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+13 3. BalboaCZ commented 12 years ago

Brought tears to my eyes.
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+14 4. Archangel06 commented 12 years ago

#2 Yes they and we must "still go on about it" over 15million deaths worldwide related to the second world war,perhaps one of those deaths allowed your birth to happen.If a soldier from his unit had not given his life my grandad would have died and my dad not born or me....i thank him for my life
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-5 5. sux2bu commented 12 years ago

#2 I don't see Ireland in the list above as one of the many countries that pitched-in to help the Allies in WW2. It must be because the Irish government chose to remain NEUTRAL rather than taking a chance on which side would eventually win the war. Thanks a lot really,since a whole shitload of drunken Irishmen probably would have hampered the Allies' war effort. :D
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-16 6. MrPappi commented 12 years ago

I bet you guys, that the 91 yeah old french bloke is knocking her boots of everytime she is there :(|)
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-15 7. irishgek commented 12 years ago

#5 I wish you were at batman the other night.
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-8 8. sux2bu commented 12 years ago

#7 I would have been shooting back,concealed carry is a great thing.

ps The truth hurts,doesn't it big mouth. :(
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+6 9. sunnydaze4me commented 12 years ago

What a wonderful story of sacrifice and appreciation by the flyer and the people of that little town. #2 & #7 seems to be a real jerk who can't understand what this clip is about.
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+6 10. Premtm commented 12 years ago

Very touching true story....my eyes became wet..... :|
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-2 11. Cloe commented 12 years ago

uhmmm???? #1 where is Romania in your list?????
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+1 12. jotoole commented 12 years ago

What about South Africa? Kenya? Zimbabwe? Or is this a list of countries outside Africa for some strange reason?
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+2 13. cretia commented 12 years ago

Poor lady all that pain she suffered because some ahole did not do their job
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-1 14. BiMezo commented 12 years ago

#4 You mean 60-65 million?
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+4 15. sux2bu commented 12 years ago

#11 The list is of the countries that joined the Allies , not the ones that fought against them. Romania joined with the Axis powers on Nov.23,1940. Duh...

"As a member of the Axis, Romania joined the invasion of the Soviet Union on 22 June 1941, providing equipment and oil to Nazi Germany as well as committing more troops to the Eastern Front than all the other allies of Germany combined. Romanian forces played a large role during the fighting in Ukraine, Bessarabia, Stalingrad, and elsewhere. In addition, Romanian troops were responsible for the persecution and massacre of 280,000 to 380,000 Jews inside and outside of Romania, though most Jews living within Romanian borders survived the Holocaust, albeit under harsh conditions." [wiki]
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+2 16. aliamch commented 12 years ago

SUX2BU.....nothing wrong with Ireland been a neutral country....and just fyi at least 50000 Irishmen joined in the fighting to defeat the axis powers
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-4 17. equilibrium2x commented 12 years ago

#15 DUH to your mother! Romania was *conquered* by "the Axis powers on Nov.23,1940" and forced to fight along them. Then they were *invaded* by Russia, and were forced to fight along them too. This after being neutral at the beginning of the war. But, as they say, history is in the hands of the victors. Same reason nobody in the US got tried as a war criminal for Hiroshima and Nagasaki.The US killed 90,000–166,000 people in Hiroshima and 60,000–80,000 in Nagasaki [wiki]. Civilians. Infants too.
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+6 18. sux2bu commented 12 years ago

#17 The question by #11 was "#1 where is Romania in your list????"
Romania was not part of the Allies,period.

Romania foolishly allied itself with Hitler as a buffer against the Soviets and was then *conquered* by the Nazis,which is how Hitler did things;he did not honor any treaties that he made. Just ask the British or the Soviets how much a treaty with Germany was worth in those years.
"As early as 1937, Romania had come under the control of a fascist government that bore great resemblance to that of Germany's, including similar anti-Jewish laws. Romania's king, Carol II, dissolved the government a year later because of a failing economy and installed Romania's Orthodox Patriarch as prime minister. But the Patriarch's death and a peasant uprising provoked renewed agitation by the fascist Iron Guard paramilitary organization, which sought to impose order. In June 1940, the Soviet Union co-opted two Romanian provinces, and the king searched for an ally to help protect it and appease the far right within its own borders. So on July 5, 1940, Romania allied itself with Nazi Germany-only to be invaded by its "ally" as part of Hitler's strategy to create one huge eastern front against the Soviet Union." [history.com]

And if you speak of my mother again,friend, I will find you. :|