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feniczoroark: mwg-7: eddierichtofens: spainonymous: Call of Male chouvinist Yeah, the most unrealistic thing about Call of Duty is female soldiers. women were invented in 1950 “None of them fought in combat”Lets see where thats wrong. I’ll start. 588th Night Bomber regiment, “The night Witches”, Russia @randomnightlord Many Russian Sniper were womenAlso French Resistance: NoahJ456 O NOAH J456 @NoahJ456 ZOMBIES CONFIRMED!!!! #CODWWII CALL'DUTY wwiI WORLDWIDE REVEAL SLEDGEHAMMER GAMES 7:32 p. m. · 26 abr. 17 13% 12:22 Tweet Zw Assassin @. 4d En respuesta a @NoahJ456 it was always confirmed xD I Elizabeth Tipton 4d E respuesta a @NoahJ456 Hell to the yes!!!!!! Ztronman 4d n respuesta a @NoahJ456 YES Zo ® @ 7:4d Erespuesta a @NoahJ456 Caamz_113 BLOO-BERRY 4d respuesta a @NoahJ456 Nazi zombies Twittea tu respuesta Tweet charlielNTEL.com O @charlielNTEL CHARLIE ITTEL NEWS: Female soldiers confirmed for Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer Traducir del inglés Female Soldiers confirmed for Call of Duty: WWII Multip.. charlieintel.com 5:52 p. m. · 30 abr. 17 12% I 12:24 Tweet mitch @ · 18h PEn respuesta a @charlielNTEL there was no females in the 1940s idiot 1 respuesta más · 18h #BROKEN Creed En respuesta a @charlielNTEL So instead of being accurate, they try and fit the views of SJWS and Feminists? I get there were female soldiers but they were Russian t7 2 13 | (ruben] ( You're actually very wrong, do ·18h Tesearch 2 O #BROKEN Creed · 18h None of them fought in combat, they were either nurses or factory workers. Twittea tu respuesta feniczoroark: mwg-7: eddierichtofens: spainonymous: Call of Male chouvinist Yeah, the most unrealistic thing about Call of Duty is female soldiers. women were invented in 1950 “None of them fought in combat”Lets see where thats wrong. I’ll start. 588th Night Bomber regiment, “The night Witches”, Russia @randomnightlord Many Russian Sniper were womenAlso French Resistance
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ao3tagoftheday: 186282397milespersec: ao3tagoftheday: [Image Description: Tag reading “yes its true Moscow ran out of vodka during the victory celebration of WWII”] The AO3 Tag of the Day is: Please ask me about the Russian vodka ban in 1914? What was the Russian Vodka Ban in 1914? Ok, time to nerd. So Russians like vodka, ok? I don’t think this is a big revelation to anyone, but I feel like I should make it clear. Vodka is…important…in Russia.So, in 1904, Russia was preparing to go fight a war with Japan. Because, you know, sometimes you’re trying to retain control of a warm-water port and also there’s racism and then you need to have a war about it. So the Tsar orders his army to mobilize to go fight Japan, only there’s a problem: instead of mobilizing in an organized manner, soldiers are buying vodka and getting drunk out of their minds and then, like, not showing up for the war. Which, I mean, valid. I might get drunk and not show up if someone told me I had to go fight a war, and I don’t even drink. But it was a problem, and it actually really messed up Russia’s mobilization plans.So 1914 rolls around, and the Russians are going to go to war with Austria. Because, you know, sometimes international tensions in a multipolar situation get really heightened and then some asshole in an ugly uniform gets shot and then you need to have a war about it. So the Tsar orders his army to mobilize to go fight Austria, and this time, he has a plan. Vodka will not defeat him! He bans the sale of vodka in Russia. All of it. First for the duration of the mobilization period, and then for the duration of the war. Great idea, right?Only there’s a problem. The reason the Tsar can just stop all vodka sales with a snap of his fingers is that the Tsar sells all the vodka. Vodka is a state monopoly. You literally can’t get vodka from anyone but the government. Which makes it very easy to ban, but, well….Remember how I said Russians really like vodka? I’m just gonna say it again: Russians really like vodka. Really, really like it. So it makes sense that, if you’re a government with chronic money problems, you might create a state monopoly on vodka sales in order to raise some cash. You might raise a lot of cash. A huge fucking ton of cash. Literally one third of the Russian government’s revenue came from selling vodka. One fucking third.Here’s another thing: Wars? They cost money. A lot of it. And if you’re the Russian state in, say, 1914, and you’re about to kick off WWI, it might behoove you to not literally eliminate a third of your fucking revenue with a snap of your fingers! I don’t think that’s such a hard idea to wrap your head around, but what the fuck do I know. But anyway, Russia had chronic money problems throughout the war and couldn’t outfit their soldiers or feed their people or any of that shit. Also there was a revolution and communism and such-like. The end.Anyway, this story has several morals and they are as follows:Getting drunk and not showing up for wars is a valid life choiceConsidering the possible effects of your policies before implementing them is important please do thatProhibition causes communism and therefore we should all buy as much alcohol as we can because we love god and america: yes its true Moscow ran out of vodka during the victory celebration of WWII, ao3tagoftheday: 186282397milespersec: ao3tagoftheday: [Image Description: Tag reading “yes its true Moscow ran out of vodka during the victory celebration of WWII”] The AO3 Tag of the Day is: Please ask me about the Russian vodka ban in 1914? What was the Russian Vodka Ban in 1914? Ok, time to nerd. So Russians like vodka, ok? I don’t think this is a big revelation to anyone, but I feel like I should make it clear. Vodka is…important…in Russia.So, in 1904, Russia was preparing to go fight a war with Japan. Because, you know, sometimes you’re trying to retain control of a warm-water port and also there’s racism and then you need to have a war about it. So the Tsar orders his army to mobilize to go fight Japan, only there’s a problem: instead of mobilizing in an organized manner, soldiers are buying vodka and getting drunk out of their minds and then, like, not showing up for the war. Which, I mean, valid. I might get drunk and not show up if someone told me I had to go fight a war, and I don’t even drink. But it was a problem, and it actually really messed up Russia’s mobilization plans.So 1914 rolls around, and the Russians are going to go to war with Austria. Because, you know, sometimes international tensions in a multipolar situation get really heightened and then some asshole in an ugly uniform gets shot and then you need to have a war about it. So the Tsar orders his army to mobilize to go fight Austria, and this time, he has a plan. Vodka will not defeat him! He bans the sale of vodka in Russia. All of it. First for the duration of the mobilization period, and then for the duration of the war. Great idea, right?Only there’s a problem. The reason the Tsar can just stop all vodka sales with a snap of his fingers is that the Tsar sells all the vodka. Vodka is a state monopoly. You literally can’t get vodka from anyone but the government. Which makes it very easy to ban, but, well….Remember how I said Russians really like vodka? I’m just gonna say it again: Russians really like vodka. Really, really like it. So it makes sense that, if you’re a government with chronic money problems, you might create a state monopoly on vodka sales in order to raise some cash. You might raise a lot of cash. A huge fucking ton of cash. Literally one third of the Russian government’s revenue came from selling vodka. One fucking third.Here’s another thing: Wars? They cost money. A lot of it. And if you’re the Russian state in, say, 1914, and you’re about to kick off WWI, it might behoove you to not literally eliminate a third of your fucking revenue with a snap of your fingers! I don’t think that’s such a hard idea to wrap your head around, but what the fuck do I know. But anyway, Russia had chronic money problems throughout the war and couldn’t outfit their soldiers or feed their people or any of that shit. Also there was a revolution and communism and such-like. The end.Anyway, this story has several morals and they are as follows:Getting drunk and not showing up for wars is a valid life choiceConsidering the possible effects of your policies before implementing them is important please do thatProhibition causes communism and therefore we should all buy as much alcohol as we can because we love god and america
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adhdperalta: thegayastrologist: homoboyfriend: Can we talk about this?! HEY remember in WWII when Jewish people were fleeing Germany and the USA put a quota on how many Jewish immigrants they would accept because they were worried there were too many Jewish people coming over to the USA??? Reminder that the USA has always been fucking garbage to immigrants and basic humanity Here’s how you can help: Sign this petition calling for the investigation of the mass murder and torture of LGBT people in Chechnya Support the Rainbow Railroad, actively involved in rescuing LGBTQ+ facing violence in their home countries Read this article by out.com for more ways you can help stop Chechnya’s concentration camps Please reblog this. There’s a lot of arguing in the reblogs/replies, but no links to actual concrete ways to become of help to these people.  : Kyle Griffin @kylegriffin1 Buzzfeed: U.S. is denying visas to gay men fleeing kidnapping and torture in Chechnya. US Denies Visas To Gay Russians Fleeing Kidnapping And Torture buzzfeed.com 5/17/17, 5:54 PM adhdperalta: thegayastrologist: homoboyfriend: Can we talk about this?! HEY remember in WWII when Jewish people were fleeing Germany and the USA put a quota on how many Jewish immigrants they would accept because they were worried there were too many Jewish people coming over to the USA??? Reminder that the USA has always been fucking garbage to immigrants and basic humanity Here’s how you can help: Sign this petition calling for the investigation of the mass murder and torture of LGBT people in Chechnya Support the Rainbow Railroad, actively involved in rescuing LGBTQ+ facing violence in their home countries Read this article by out.com for more ways you can help stop Chechnya’s concentration camps Please reblog this. There’s a lot of arguing in the reblogs/replies, but no links to actual concrete ways to become of help to these people. 
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gonegrill: libertarirynn: gonegrill: libertarirynn: gonegrill: libertarirynn: shittymoviedetails: In Schindler’s List (1993) hidden Nazi iconography can be found in dozens of scenes. Shame on you Stephen Spielberg for letting this slip through editing. Sad thing is if that movie had been released in 2019 there would be people on Tumblr saying this with zero irony. no there wouldn’t be You must be new to this website. I’ve seen people literally claim “Be Prepared” should be removed from the Lion King remake because of its Nazi imagery. These people have no sense of context. different context . sure it’s stupid but the lion king has nothing to do with the history of the holocaust . people wouldn’t complain about seeing nazi imagery in a movie about nazi germany.  Again, you must be new to this website. I’ve probably been on here longer than you have. Movies about Nazi Germany are still made today and there aren’t mobs of people petitioning nazi symbolism in them.  Damn I missed where “a few idiots on Tumblr” equals “mobs”. Like someone in the notes said some bitches literally complained about swastikas in a WWII game. I’m not arguing it makes sense or even that it’s common, I’m just saying it happens. Really not sure what the debate is here.: gonegrill: libertarirynn: gonegrill: libertarirynn: gonegrill: libertarirynn: shittymoviedetails: In Schindler’s List (1993) hidden Nazi iconography can be found in dozens of scenes. Shame on you Stephen Spielberg for letting this slip through editing. Sad thing is if that movie had been released in 2019 there would be people on Tumblr saying this with zero irony. no there wouldn’t be You must be new to this website. I’ve seen people literally claim “Be Prepared” should be removed from the Lion King remake because of its Nazi imagery. These people have no sense of context. different context . sure it’s stupid but the lion king has nothing to do with the history of the holocaust . people wouldn’t complain about seeing nazi imagery in a movie about nazi germany.  Again, you must be new to this website. I’ve probably been on here longer than you have. Movies about Nazi Germany are still made today and there aren’t mobs of people petitioning nazi symbolism in them.  Damn I missed where “a few idiots on Tumblr” equals “mobs”. Like someone in the notes said some bitches literally complained about swastikas in a WWII game. I’m not arguing it makes sense or even that it’s common, I’m just saying it happens. Really not sure what the debate is here.
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cerulean-beekeeper: aphony-cree: positive-memes: We have a long way to go, but we’ve definitely come far. Their names were Gilbert Bradley and Gordon Bowsher, they met on a houseboat vacation. Here’s one of the letters Wednesday January 24th 1939 My darling, … I lie awake all night waiting for the postman in the early morning, and then when he does not bring anything from you I just exist, a mass of nerves… All my love forever, G. *white heterosexual male historian voice* As you can see these to men were great friends during the war.   : HISTORY HUSTLE Hundreds of love letters between two gay WWII soldiers were discovered and sold to a museum. One of them said, "Wouldn't it be wonderful if all our letters could be published in the future in a more enlightened time. Then all the world could see how in love we are." They are now being made into a book. cerulean-beekeeper: aphony-cree: positive-memes: We have a long way to go, but we’ve definitely come far. Their names were Gilbert Bradley and Gordon Bowsher, they met on a houseboat vacation. Here’s one of the letters Wednesday January 24th 1939 My darling, … I lie awake all night waiting for the postman in the early morning, and then when he does not bring anything from you I just exist, a mass of nerves… All my love forever, G. *white heterosexual male historian voice* As you can see these to men were great friends during the war.  

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