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Definitely, Facts, and Graffiti: In WW2 an American popular culture trend resulted in people graffiti-ing "Killroy was here" across Europe, which convinced Hitler that Kilroy was a spy and Stalin even investigated trying to find out who Kilroy was. KILROY WAS ERE Ultrafacts.tumblr.com KILROY WAS HERE DURING WORLD WAR THIS UAS A SYMBOL FOR THE AMERICAN SERVICEMAN ANy PLACE in THE WORLD WHERE ONE OF THEM WENT HE WOULD SEE IT. IT WAS FOUND In RESTROOMS, on TRUCKS, TANKS, SHIPS, BOMBED OUT WALLS AND ALMOST Any PLACE IT COULD BE PAINTED, PENNED, SCRATCHED OR CHALKED. EVEN DURING An INVASION OR BATTLE, SOMEONE WOULD LEAVE THIS SYMBOL WHERE THOSF FOLLOWING WOULD SEE IT. IT WAS A SYMBOL OF COURAGE, PRIDE ENCOURAGEMENT, AND UERY DEFINITELY R MORALE BOOSTER. THAT IS WHy IT WAS SELECTED TO REPRESENT ALL THE SERVICE PERSONNEL WHO SERVED in WORLD WAR I ALL AROUND THE WORLD, THIS IS A LOUING MEMORIAL EMBRACING ALL WHO SERUED DURING THE WORLD WAR II YEARS FROM 1940 THROUUGH 1945 mr-hx1: urulokid: ultrafacts: Kilroy was here is an American popular culture expression that became popular during World War II; it is typically seen in graffiti. Its origins are debated, but the phrase and the distinctive accompanying doodle — a bald-headed man (sometimes depicted as having a few hairs) with a prominent nose peeking over a wall with the fingers of each hand clutching the wall — became associated with GIs in the 1940s. Source [x] Follow Ultrafacts for more facts im screaming can you imagine dictators freaking out trying to understand a meme History Repeats itself
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