Surrender


it’s a painting afaik


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    Sarcastastic
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    Wow, look at the old dude in the crowd, right in the middle. His beard alone should establish his authority over all men present. His wisdom is of the ages.

    Atrocity
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    Tibet surrendering to China?

    numb7rs
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    Looks like a shoop to me. Cool nonetheless.

    Hanenosuke
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    Hanenosuke

    It’s supposed to be Japanese forces in China surrendering to the Nationalists.

    Revealing mistakes: the second flag in the right row, next to Australia’s, is Canada’s modern Maple Leaf flag. However, Canada’s flag in 1945 was the Red Ensign.

    TheLotusEater725
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    This is definitely a painting, you can tell by the brush strokes. Plus i have seen quite a few paintings in my time

    AgZed
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    >>imagine, if you will, spending days…nay! months! working on a piece of >>art that is nearly photographic in nature, only to mess one a simple thing as a >>countries flag. Well, I think that little factoid qualifies as an obscure fact, at least from an international standpoint. Most people wouldn’t think it’d take a country 96 years to come up with a flag, but there you have it. And since most movies/games set in WW1, WW2 or Korea have the Canadians prancing around with maple leafs sewn to their uniforms, I figured it was decided that for the sake of… Read more »

    TrikYodz
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    lol @ lotus

    Hanenosuke
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    Hanenosuke

    What if it was an American Revolutionary War painting that had Britain’s flag including the red X, only added after the 1800 Act of Union with Ireland – would that also be an “obscure fact”? Sorry, if you’re going to do an historical painting, you’re going to have to do it without anachronisms.