Nazi Pansy

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    1. Do I see wet pants, or is that just a trick of the light?

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    2. If giant Russian men with guns were running at me, I’d wet my pants. Hell, if Russian women were running at me with pin rollers I’d probably wet my pants even faster.

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    3. First we must breed with their women. Then we can turn them against the men.

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    4. Ya that kid is like 14.

      I wouldn’t even stick around to cry. At 14 that picture would be of me running like a maniac back to Germany.

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    5. Not sure what those good-time Nazis did with deserters . . . Perhaps sitting in a trench crying like a baby & being screamed at by your CO is preferable to the alternative.

      @mAgnUS: Haven’t seen any Faggot Theatre in a while. What the hell?

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    6. Dude on the right is screaming “Gott mit uns! Gott mit uns!” and the crybaby is saying, “No, I dropped my mittens back there, and now my hands are cooooold. Waaaaahhh!”

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    7. “He stole it! Und now, instead of having Deutchland’s greatest beer, we merely have fourth-best behind Steinamalzen, Rauchtenburger und… und…”

      Und becks?

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    8. It a scene from an old german anti war movie titled “Die Brücke” (The Bridge).

      War is almost over and cause of wrong order a couple of boy soldiers (no one older than 16) try to defend a meaningless bridge somewhere in germany against superior US Army.

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    9. yeah somgan is right.
      and its a quite good movie 😮

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    10. Another example for german movies about WWII even in the 60’s being by far better than most foreign movies today.

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    11. “# Smogan on April 16th, 2008 12:50 pm

      It a scene from an old german anti war movie titled “Die Brücke” (The Bridge).

      War is almost over and cause of wrong order a couple of boy soldiers (no one older than 16) try to defend a meaningless bridge somewhere in germany against superior US Army.”

      Frankly, I think it’s a misplaced to post this photo here in the first place.

      The baby on the train platform in Hiroshima is tragically sad.

      This fabricated movie still is just cheap sentiment — and we all know what Bette Davis said about cheap sentiment …

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    12. Aw, he just needs a schnauzer for his wienerschnitzel.

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    13. War is a terrible thing. Being under attack, fending off assaults, knowing you are the person who just literally made another person stop living…

      It takes a huge toll on those who do it. Most become desenstized to the violence, as it becomes second nature. Some break down into violent sobs on the field and cannot continue to defend themselves.

      What is better? Kill to win, knowing it’s bad, until it gets to the point where killing is no longer bad? Infact, it may even feel fun? Or kill to win, knowing it’s bad, until it gets to the point where killing..kills you?

      Some people go to war and come home fine, and others go to war and come home still at war.

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    14. They don’t look like nazis. They don’t where SS-uniforms but plain Wehrmacht uniforms. Just German soldiers.

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    15. I learned in psychology that it’s actually a ‘fight or flight’ feature to piss and shit yourself in traumatic events. Gets rid of excess weight. It happens to new soldiers more commonly than you’d think.

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    16. @dclong:

      Well first of all this (semi-authobiographical) movie is one of the ways to handle the trauma (or one of the many traumas) of WWII. There’s a difference between that and cheap sentiment. Saving Private Ryan for example is cheap sentiment (Perhaps the cheapest sentiment I’ve ever seen btw).

      @Blackangel
      Well they’re not exactly Nazis. They’re seven kids who’ve been drafted, got a few hours of training and then were told to guard that bridge against the Americans. Thanks to propaganda war was just a big adventure for them and those people who wanted to get them out of the army (like parents, teachers, veterans, other soldiers) were cowards for them. So they fought the oncoming american tanks instead of doing the smart thing and surrender (the americans actually wanted to send them home). That’s sad because it happened all over Germany in the last weeks of the war.

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    17. dick winters shot that kid at the crossroads

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