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The good ole days

The good ole days

The Barbary States would like to have a word with you

One word: O I L

We didn’t know about oil back then

man nazis really know how to bring the funny

Only the mongols

Only the mongols

This is the first history meme I ever liked and I’ve been subscribed for like 7 months.

I thank you, I am glad that you enjoyed it

My mistake, the rice are unconquerable

Thought they lost to Vietnam like three times. Maybe I'm wrong?

REAL

REAL

And even that one said it was a possible repost (which it is)

fake memes

*sob*

*sob*

13 minutes? It is much more fun listening to Dan Carlin or Mike Duncan discuss it over 13 hours.

More. In a good old fashioned 80 hours u can read a 6 volume Victorian behemoth of a book in the fall of Rome and ball your eyes out until u die of dehydration

Suomi perkele!

Suomi perkele!

Why is a Soviet soldier (ww2 era) wielding an m16 carbine? At least use a mosin nagant or something

M16 in ww2?

m16 carbine

Lel

I couldn't find original picture

Thank you gavrilo, very cool

Thank you gavrilo, very cool

Smallest domino-Austrian occupation of Bosnia

Biggest domino-Killing some guy in a car

Actually, killing some guy in a car should be the last one before WW1

G O L D.

G O L D.

Memenifest Destiny.

Now that we pushed the weebs out of our unclaimed territories were free to settle these memes

Mr. Pocket ain’t going nowhere.

Same. It’s a struggle to find them, just like it was a struggle to find gold in the Wild West.

Suez in a nutshell

Suez in a nutshell

British and French companies built it in the 1800’s and owned it , but when Egypt got independence, their leader Nasser wanted any remnants of Egypt’s colonial past removed, and so nationalised the canal. Britain and France were worried that Egypt would stop their ships passing through, and so devised a plan where Israel would invade Egypt, and Britain and France would “protect” Israel, and retake the Suez.

The invasion was heavily criticised by both the US and USSR, and the invaders were forced to pull out. This is one of the events considered to mark the end of Britain’s presence as a global power.

What happened in the suez canal I live in israel and i don't quite get it

Eventually france found some new friends and Ameriva joined the group

One of the few times the US and the USSR agreed on something. Well, Besides that one Austrian fellow whose name I forgot.

Unemployment rate dropped tho

Unemployment rate dropped tho

He also made everyone doing silly chores. Such as painting all of the public Telephones yellow. He had the Autobahn build mainly by hand, even tough there were enough machines to not need so many hand labourers. The women in the workplace went back to the home and stopped working, so there were more places for the men.

Ive learnt about this recently, so really wanna add! The sentiment for women to return was there during the Weimar republic. "Demobilisation laws" were meant to give men there jobs back after the war. Many blamed married women that still had jobs post ww1 for the unemployment crisis. Sad times :( Hitler acted on the sentiment, as he did for a lot of things

It is unlikely that the unemployed actually voted for Hitler - the evidence is an infamous case of ecological fallacy (still nice meme though)

Weimar republic

Sad times

WW2 screams in the background

Try one of these subthreads