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Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by milsurp2.0, Oct 18, 2012.
The rifle or this thread?
I was talking about the 3rd Reich.
Hensch, what are you trying to do? Be more offensive than me????
I watched a show yesterday about Nazis in search of "VRIL", some supposed occult power...seems the 3rd Reich has made more money for Hollywood than about anything I know of. Over the years I've seen "documentaries" about:
3rd Reich and the occult
Hitler's a homosexual (until being homosexual became OK)
Hitler had 5 affairs going on before settling with Eva
Hitler and mental illness
Hitler and the creation of meth
Hitler and kinky sex with his niece
3rd Reich death squads
Plot against Hitler
3rd Reich Super Weapons that didn't make it
3rd Reich plans for invading U.S....
I'm probably leaving some out. As busy as the 3rd Reich was doing all these other activities,and waging war on two fronts, well that just proves they ARE superior. Talk about multitasking.
Nothing outlasts the K98 thread. Like the energizer bunny. Wish I still had my pics of my super evil russian capture K98's but the pics went bye bye when putfile.com went away. I've had two 42 codes(mauser obrendorf), one 1938, one 1940, and one BNZ(steyr) 43 K98 and I even at one time had an Israeli K98 that was a BNZ 43.
I watched that documentary you mentioned called "Dead Snow"... truly frightening what those Nazis were capable of.
I'm really looking forward to this one:
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You left out the one about how all of the cool technology the Germans had was because they had been visited by lifeforms from space. Some woman on the documentary even said that Von Braun admitted it to her when he was working on the rocket program here after the war.
I didn't mention that one because it is totally fact-based. "Dead Snow", huh? I love that movie! Interesting use of MG-34 with the snowmobile.
Thats because thats what the SS used when they invaded Norway in the 70's. All historically accurate.
Straight into darkness is another WWII B movie thats not too bad. Just really weird.