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Video compilation of people welcoming the German army (10 countries)

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Published on 24 Apr 2022 / In Wholesome / Feel Good

⁣WWII.
Germans were hailed as liberators by the local population of European countries.
This is a video compilation of the Germans entering the following areas:

Latvia.
Ukraine.
Russia.
Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg.
Poland.
Bulgaria and Macedonia.
Austria.

It's incredibly hard to find footage like this since most of it is either censored or totally scrubbed, especially footage of the German interaction with the local population and vice versa. There are video's out there with many more countries but finding it is another thing. If anyone knows of other footage please let me know.


You'll definitly won't see this on the History Channel.

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Based_Bulgarian
Based_Bulgarian 2 months ago

Just to clarify Macedonia is not a separate country, it was and will be part of Bulgaria.

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Ral9010NatSoc
Ral9010NatSoc 2 months ago

That claim would be a much deeper historical discussion of course. But before the second world war it was a separate nation, a republic under communist rule.

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Schmetterling
Schmetterling 2 months ago

There you go. Thanks Jews

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HanssFKGunther
HanssFKGunther 2 months ago

source?

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Schmetterling
Schmetterling 2 months ago

@HanssFKGunther: top of page, The Forrestal Diaries

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Schmetterling
Schmetterling 2 months ago

No they didn’t steal artwork they protected it precisely why it was meticulously documented ((Monuments Men)). They worked with the countries of Europe to protect their cultural items. Just like the Germans did in WW1. Ninety percent is still missing and I’m sure what wasn’t destroyed has been looted by the usual suspects.

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Schmetterling
Schmetterling 2 months ago

It’s funny they were not so happy to see the AlLies in 1945.

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AryanRooster
AryanRooster 2 months ago

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