How would social media have affected WW2.

Sounds weird but just pretend. Do you think the way people received news then played a big role? Phone Post 3.0

Who knows who Chris christi would enforce He reminds me of a those little Pomeranians that are constantly smiling and just happy to be there. Phone Post 3.0

"Opression caused the Japanese to Attack Pearl Harbor"

"White men at fault"

its the jews fault

death camps ?...what death camps ?

"Ugh, these Germans and them taking all these fucking 'Heil-fies'".

Anne Frank's Facebook page instead of diary Phone Post 3.0

CaliKush - Anne Frank's Facebook page instead of diary Phone Post 3.0
Lol, product advertisement because she has so many Twitter followers.

Ann frank endorses sound proof walls. Phone Post 3.0

DDay #YOLO Phone Post 3.0

Donald Trump -
CaliKush - Anne Frank's Facebook page instead of diary Phone Post 3.0
Lol, product advertisement because she has so many Twitter followers.

Ann frank endorses sound proof walls. Phone Post 3.0
knock knock knock
Anne "oh fuck I didn't turn off location services" Phone Post 3.0

pray4poland
#stalinisballin

Propaganda would be in meme form Phone Post 3.0

well it might have saved a ton of U.S lives on Peleliu

turns out we didn't really need to take the island


here are a couple facts if you never heard of this battle in the Pacific

The reduction of the Japanese pocket around Umurbrogol mountain has been called the most difficult fight that the U.S. military encountered in the entire war.[15] The 1st Marine Division was severely mauled and it remained out of action until the invasion of Okinawa on 1 April 1945. In total, the 1st Marine Division suffered over 6,500 casualties during their month on Peleliu, over 1?3 of their entire division. The 81st Infantry Division suffered nearly 3,300 casualties during their tenure on the island.

Postwar statisticians calculated that it took US forces over 1500 rounds of ammunition to kill each Japanese defender, and that during the course of the battle, the Americans expended 13.32 million rounds of 30-calibre, 1.52 million rounds of 45-calibre, 693,657 rounds of 50-calibre bullets, 118,262 hand grenades and approximately 150,000 mortar rounds.[11]

HaoleBoy - well it might have saved a ton of U.S lives on Peleliu

turns out we didn't really need to take the island


here are a couple facts if you never heard of this battle in the Pacific

The reduction of the Japanese pocket around Umurbrogol mountain has been called the most difficult fight that the U.S. military encountered in the entire war.[15] The 1st Marine Division was severely mauled and it remained out of action until the invasion of Okinawa on 1 April 1945. In total, the 1st Marine Division suffered over 6,500 casualties during their month on Peleliu, over 1?3 of their entire division. The 81st Infantry Division suffered nearly 3,300 casualties during their tenure on the island.

Postwar statisticians calculated that it took US forces over 1500 rounds of ammunition to kill each Japanese defender, and that during the course of the battle, the Americans expended 13.32 million rounds of 30-calibre, 1.52 million rounds of 45-calibre, 693,657 rounds of 50-calibre bullets, 118,262 hand grenades and approximately 150,000 mortar rounds.[11]
Vu for interesting info Phone Post 3.0

Leaked text message on December 7th

To Hirohito: Wtf bro?!

-Frankie

D-Day landing was faked...paid Nazi actors show up in other war footage

edwims - D-Day landing was faked...paid Nazi actors show up in other war footage
#ideaologyofpeace Phone Post 3.0