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Title: What if?
Description: A rip-off of super wolvie's thread.


boston_celtics - April 16, 2008 02:53 PM (GMT)
Yeah, blatant rip-off...

OK, different scenario endings in WW2

What if...

1. Germany had easily won in Russia and weren't fighting in Russia come D-Day?

2. Germany had won the Battle of Britain?

3. Operation: Market Garden had succeded?

4. Rommel never lost the Africa corp?

5. Germany won the Battle of the Bulge?

6. Montgomery, not Eisenhower, was made supreme commander?

7. The American fleet had succefuly avoided disaster at Pearl Harbor?

8. The Americans never dropped the bomb on Hiroshima?

9. Japan won Iwo Jima and Okinawa?

10. Japan didn't lose the Philippines?

Wingman - April 16, 2008 03:30 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (boston_celtics @ Apr 16 2008, 10:53 AM)
Yeah, blatant rip-off...

OK, different scenario endings in WW2

What if...

1. Germany had easily won in Russia and weren't fighting in Russia come D-Day?

2. Germany had won the Battle of Britain?

3. Operation: Market Garden had succeded?

4. Rommel never lost the Africa corp?

5. Germany won the Battle of the Bulge?

6. Montgomery, not Eisenhower, was made supreme commander?

7. The American fleet had succefuly avoided disaster at Pearl Harbor?

8. The Americans never dropped the bomb on Hiroshima?

9. Japan won Iwo Jima and Okinawa?

10. Japan didn't lose the Philippines?

Are you TRYING to tire me out? OK, here goes:

1. It would have been a lot harder to attack France.

2. Then America would have been unable to project power to Europe, since Britain would have fallen.

3. Not much difference.

4. The Sicilian invasion would have happened somewhere else. Maybe from the Scandinavian Peninsula.

5. It would have cost the Allies more on men and material, but it simply wasn't great enough to completely halt an Allied invasion.

6. No real idea.

7. We would have seen more battleship engagements in the Pacific, but airpower would still assert itself as a dominant factor.

8. Russia and America would have sacrificed millions of men and years of effort ot completely capture the island.

9. The Pacific offensive would have been postponed, but not stopped. We simply had too much momentum and too much manpower and resources to be stoppe that easily.

10. We would have bi passed he Phillippines, then put a stranglehold on the island through naval blockade. After months, maybe even years , they would have surrendered.

Excellent questions, Boston, but the only real one that would have mattered would have been if Germany had captured Britain.

super_wolverine_Man - April 16, 2008 06:57 PM (GMT)
yay! thank you for the recognition and tribute boston, thank you.

Wingman - April 16, 2008 07:55 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 02:57 PM)
yay! thank you for the recognition and tribute boston, thank you.

What are your thoughts on these, wolvie?

super_wolverine_Man - April 16, 2008 08:16 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 16 2008, 07:55 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 02:57 PM)
yay! thank you for the recognition and tribute boston, thank you.

What are your thoughts on these, wolvie?

1. then they wouldn't have had to fight on two fronts at the same time, and could devote more man power, and resources on D-DAY

2. the war would have taken a turn twoards the nazi's, seeing as Britain was a main player in the allied forces,

3. never heard of market garden?

4.agree with Wm

5. i don't think it would have mattered much, I mean like WM said it wouldn't have stopped the invansion

6. to me Einsenhower was a much better man for the job, and was a better military leader and i think the allied forces would have ended up, with a lot more problems if montgomery was leading

7. we would not have lost many of our best ships, and our navy could have been a big help, in the war. Come to think of it i'm not sure we would have even went to war

8. I'm scared to think about it because at the time Japan were tought to fight til you die no matter what kind of like the modern samurai

9. i think we would have to discontinue our invasion and switch to an all-out bombing raid

10. no comment

super_wolverine_Man - April 16, 2008 08:27 PM (GMT)
my turn my turn

what if...

1. the vienna school of fine arts had accepted hitler

2. What if japan and russia had switched alliances

3. Stalingrad lasted for a few extra months

4. hitler had not gone insane at the battle of berlin

5. D-Day had failed

6. Japan attacked germany midway throught the war

7. A major us city was bombed

boston_celtics - April 16, 2008 10:26 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 08:16 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 16 2008, 07:55 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 02:57 PM)
yay! thank you for the recognition and tribute boston, thank you.

What are your thoughts on these, wolvie?

1. then they wouldn't have had to fight on two fronts at the same time, and could devote more man power, and resources on D-DAY

2. the war would have taken a turn twoards the nazi's, seeing as Britain was a main player in the allied forces,

3. never heard of market garden?

4.agree with Wm

5. i don't think it would have mattered much, I mean like WM said it wouldn't have stopped the invansion

6. to me Einsenhower was a much better man for the job, and was a better military leader and i think the allied forces would have ended up, with a lot more problems if montgomery was leading

7. we would not have lost many of our best ships, and our navy could have been a big help, in the war. Come to think of it i'm not sure we would have even went to war

8. I'm scared to think about it because at the time Japan were tought to fight til you die no matter what kind of like the modern samurai

9. i think we would have to discontinue our invasion and switch to an all-out bombing raid

10. no comment

Operation: Market Garden was a plan devised by Mongomery to end the war earlier. They would land paratroopers in the Netherlands and have them capture bridges and secure the roads, so that the British XXX corp. could drive straight into Germany.

super_wolverine_Man - April 17, 2008 12:01 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (boston_celtics @ Apr 16 2008, 10:26 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 08:16 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 16 2008, 07:55 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 02:57 PM)
yay! thank you for the recognition and tribute boston, thank you.

What are your thoughts on these, wolvie?

1. then they wouldn't have had to fight on two fronts at the same time, and could devote more man power, and resources on D-DAY

2. the war would have taken a turn twoards the nazi's, seeing as Britain was a main player in the allied forces,

3. never heard of market garden?

4.agree with Wm

5. i don't think it would have mattered much, I mean like WM said it wouldn't have stopped the invansion

6. to me Einsenhower was a much better man for the job, and was a better military leader and i think the allied forces would have ended up, with a lot more problems if montgomery was leading

7. we would not have lost many of our best ships, and our navy could have been a big help, in the war. Come to think of it i'm not sure we would have even went to war

8. I'm scared to think about it because at the time Japan were tought to fight til you die no matter what kind of like the modern samurai

9. i think we would have to discontinue our invasion and switch to an all-out bombing raid

10. no comment

Operation: Market Garden was a plan devised by Mongomery to end the war earlier. They would land paratroopers in the Netherlands and have them capture bridges and secure the roads, so that the British XXX corp. could drive straight into Germany.

ahhh yes thank you boston, always good to find some more info. so why did it fail?

boston_celtics - April 17, 2008 02:18 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 17 2008, 12:01 AM)
QUOTE (boston_celtics @ Apr 16 2008, 10:26 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 08:16 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 16 2008, 07:55 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 02:57 PM)
yay! thank you for the recognition and tribute boston, thank you.

What are your thoughts on these, wolvie?

1. then they wouldn't have had to fight on two fronts at the same time, and could devote more man power, and resources on D-DAY

2. the war would have taken a turn twoards the nazi's, seeing as Britain was a main player in the allied forces,

3. never heard of market garden?

4.agree with Wm

5. i don't think it would have mattered much, I mean like WM said it wouldn't have stopped the invansion

6. to me Einsenhower was a much better man for the job, and was a better military leader and i think the allied forces would have ended up, with a lot more problems if montgomery was leading

7. we would not have lost many of our best ships, and our navy could have been a big help, in the war. Come to think of it i'm not sure we would have even went to war

8. I'm scared to think about it because at the time Japan were tought to fight til you die no matter what kind of like the modern samurai

9. i think we would have to discontinue our invasion and switch to an all-out bombing raid

10. no comment

Operation: Market Garden was a plan devised by Mongomery to end the war earlier. They would land paratroopers in the Netherlands and have them capture bridges and secure the roads, so that the British XXX corp. could drive straight into Germany.

ahhh yes thank you boston, always good to find some more info. so why did it fail?

They were supposed to secure three main bridges in three main sectors. The final one was called Arnhem. The paratroopers that captured and defended it couldn't hold on long enough for XXX corp to relive them, and they lost the bridge.

It's really XXX corp's fault. They were held back so much, they were late by days :angry:

Dumb commanders <_<

Wingman - April 17, 2008 12:51 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (boston_celtics @ Apr 16 2008, 10:18 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 17 2008, 12:01 AM)
QUOTE (boston_celtics @ Apr 16 2008, 10:26 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 08:16 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 16 2008, 07:55 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 02:57 PM)
yay! thank you for the recognition and tribute boston, thank you.

What are your thoughts on these, wolvie?

1. then they wouldn't have had to fight on two fronts at the same time, and could devote more man power, and resources on D-DAY

2. the war would have taken a turn twoards the nazi's, seeing as Britain was a main player in the allied forces,

3. never heard of market garden?

4.agree with Wm

5. i don't think it would have mattered much, I mean like WM said it wouldn't have stopped the invansion

6. to me Einsenhower was a much better man for the job, and was a better military leader and i think the allied forces would have ended up, with a lot more problems if montgomery was leading

7. we would not have lost many of our best ships, and our navy could have been a big help, in the war. Come to think of it i'm not sure we would have even went to war

8. I'm scared to think about it because at the time Japan were tought to fight til you die no matter what kind of like the modern samurai

9. i think we would have to discontinue our invasion and switch to an all-out bombing raid

10. no comment

Operation: Market Garden was a plan devised by Mongomery to end the war earlier. They would land paratroopers in the Netherlands and have them capture bridges and secure the roads, so that the British XXX corp. could drive straight into Germany.

ahhh yes thank you boston, always good to find some more info. so why did it fail?

They were supposed to secure three main bridges in three main sectors. The final one was called Arnhem. The paratroopers that captured and defended it couldn't hold on long enough for XXX corp to relive them, and they lost the bridge.

It's really XXX corp's fault. They were held back so much, they were late by days :angry:

Dumb commanders <_<

It gave birth to the phrase, "A bridge too far", meaning something that i simply too ambitious and far-fetched to actually be achieved.

super_wolverine_Man - April 17, 2008 01:56 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (boston_celtics @ Apr 17 2008, 02:18 AM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 17 2008, 12:01 AM)
QUOTE (boston_celtics @ Apr 16 2008, 10:26 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 08:16 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 16 2008, 07:55 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 02:57 PM)
yay! thank you for the recognition and tribute boston, thank you.

What are your thoughts on these, wolvie?

1. then they wouldn't have had to fight on two fronts at the same time, and could devote more man power, and resources on D-DAY

2. the war would have taken a turn twoards the nazi's, seeing as Britain was a main player in the allied forces,

3. never heard of market garden?

4.agree with Wm

5. i don't think it would have mattered much, I mean like WM said it wouldn't have stopped the invansion

6. to me Einsenhower was a much better man for the job, and was a better military leader and i think the allied forces would have ended up, with a lot more problems if montgomery was leading

7. we would not have lost many of our best ships, and our navy could have been a big help, in the war. Come to think of it i'm not sure we would have even went to war

8. I'm scared to think about it because at the time Japan were tought to fight til you die no matter what kind of like the modern samurai

9. i think we would have to discontinue our invasion and switch to an all-out bombing raid

10. no comment

Operation: Market Garden was a plan devised by Mongomery to end the war earlier. They would land paratroopers in the Netherlands and have them capture bridges and secure the roads, so that the British XXX corp. could drive straight into Germany.

ahhh yes thank you boston, always good to find some more info. so why did it fail?

They were supposed to secure three main bridges in three main sectors. The final one was called Arnhem. The paratroopers that captured and defended it couldn't hold on long enough for XXX corp to relive them, and they lost the bridge.

It's really XXX corp's fault. They were held back so much, they were late by days :angry:

Dumb commanders <_<

ahhh thank you for that info

anyone wanna take a crack at my questions?

Wingman - April 17, 2008 02:11 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 17 2008, 09:56 AM)
QUOTE (boston_celtics @ Apr 17 2008, 02:18 AM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 17 2008, 12:01 AM)
QUOTE (boston_celtics @ Apr 16 2008, 10:26 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 08:16 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 16 2008, 07:55 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 02:57 PM)
yay! thank you for the recognition and tribute boston, thank you.

What are your thoughts on these, wolvie?

1. then they wouldn't have had to fight on two fronts at the same time, and could devote more man power, and resources on D-DAY

2. the war would have taken a turn twoards the nazi's, seeing as Britain was a main player in the allied forces,

3. never heard of market garden?

4.agree with Wm

5. i don't think it would have mattered much, I mean like WM said it wouldn't have stopped the invansion

6. to me Einsenhower was a much better man for the job, and was a better military leader and i think the allied forces would have ended up, with a lot more problems if montgomery was leading

7. we would not have lost many of our best ships, and our navy could have been a big help, in the war. Come to think of it i'm not sure we would have even went to war

8. I'm scared to think about it because at the time Japan were tought to fight til you die no matter what kind of like the modern samurai

9. i think we would have to discontinue our invasion and switch to an all-out bombing raid

10. no comment

Operation: Market Garden was a plan devised by Mongomery to end the war earlier. They would land paratroopers in the Netherlands and have them capture bridges and secure the roads, so that the British XXX corp. could drive straight into Germany.

ahhh yes thank you boston, always good to find some more info. so why did it fail?

They were supposed to secure three main bridges in three main sectors. The final one was called Arnhem. The paratroopers that captured and defended it couldn't hold on long enough for XXX corp to relive them, and they lost the bridge.

It's really XXX corp's fault. They were held back so much, they were late by days :angry:

Dumb commanders <_<

ahhh thank you for that info

anyone wanna take a crack at my questions?

I will.

Wingman - April 17, 2008 02:28 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 04:27 PM)
my turn my turn

what if...

1. the vienna school of fine arts had accepted hitler

2. What if japan and russia had switched alliances

3. Stalingrad lasted for a few extra months

4. hitler had not gone insane at the battle of berlin

5. D-Day had failed

6. Japan attacked germany midway throught the war

7. A major us city was bombed

1. Hitler would have become an artistic sensation by painting vivid pictures of Jews dying in the most horrible and terrible ways, but people would look past that to the beauty within it.

2. Russia would have been fighting a war on two fronts. They would be fighting Japan and America, invading from China and Siberia, and Germany, invading from Europe, on the other. With the added pressure, they would have buckled under German onslaught. Moscow, Stalingrad, and Leningrad would have been captured by winter, and the major command centers of Russia under Nazi control. Then We and Japan would duke it out with intrenched Germans and attempt to take back Russia from them.

3. Not much difference. The German troops there would be encircled into a pocket and annihilated.

4. He didn't go insane. He lost hope. We would have put him on trial at Nurimburg, if US and/or Soviet soldiers hadn't filled him full of lead before he GOT to a safe location.

5. We would have regrouped and attacked again, perhaps at the same place, perhaps at a different. The lessons learned from the first D-Day would be implemented.

6. They didn't have the range or ability to do such an act, but no matter. Germany would have fallen much quicker with a third determined, veteran force assaulting it, along with the Allies and Russia.

7. Some idiot isolationists might have tried to stir up controversy, saying that we should pull out before further US loses, but the ovewhelming support of the public would call for renewed attacks against the Axis powers. You have to remember, the last US city to be bombed, Pearl Harbor, woke the sleeping giant in the first place and screwed Japan.

super_wolverine_Man - April 17, 2008 06:52 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 17 2008, 02:28 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 16 2008, 04:27 PM)
my turn my turn

what if...

1. the vienna school of fine arts had accepted hitler

2. What if japan and russia had switched alliances

3. Stalingrad lasted for a few extra months

4. hitler had not gone insane at the battle of berlin

5. D-Day had failed

6. Japan attacked germany midway throught the war

7. A major us city was bombed

1. Hitler would have become an artistic sensation by painting vivid pictures of Jews dying in the most horrible and terrible ways, but people would look past that to the beauty within it.

2. Russia would have been fighting a war on two fronts. They would be fighting Japan and America, invading from China and Siberia, and Germany, invading from Europe, on the other. With the added pressure, they would have buckled under German onslaught. Moscow, Stalingrad, and Leningrad would have been captured by winter, and the major command centers of Russia under Nazi control. Then We and Japan would duke it out with intrenched Germans and attempt to take back Russia from them.

3. Not much difference. The German troops there would be encircled into a pocket and annihilated.

4. He didn't go insane. He lost hope. We would have put him on trial at Nurimburg, if US and/or Soviet soldiers hadn't filled him full of lead before he GOT to a safe location.

5. We would have regrouped and attacked again, perhaps at the same place, perhaps at a different. The lessons learned from the first D-Day would be implemented.

6. They didn't have the range or ability to do such an act, but no matter. Germany would have fallen much quicker with a third determined, veteran force assaulting it, along with the Allies and Russia.

7. Some idiot isolationists might have tried to stir up controversy, saying that we should pull out before further US loses, but the ovewhelming support of the public would call for renewed attacks against the Axis powers. You have to remember, the last US city to be bombed, Pearl Harbor, woke the sleeping giant in the first place and screwed Japan.

nice answers, i apperciate it.

Guardian Of Nesh - April 18, 2008 12:07 AM (GMT)
Try these:

1. What if the U.S. was part of the Axis and Italy had more mitary strength and was part of the Aliies.

2. The proposed aliance between Japan and Mexico in the Zimmerman telegram had been revisited and accepted in WWII.

3. Gemarny invaded the U.S.

4. The U.S. had invaded Japan instead of dropping the bomb.

5. Germany had devolped nukes and didn't surrender but they don't use them until after we bomb Japan.

6. Germany didn't attack the Soviet Union

Darth Pool - April 18, 2008 04:30 AM (GMT)
Well I don't know about much history, But I know if Hitler didn't attack the soviet union, he would have taken out all of europe.

boston_celtics - April 18, 2008 11:51 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Guardian Of Nesh @ Apr 18 2008, 12:07 AM)
Try these:

1. What if the U.S. was part of the Axis and Italy had more mitary strength and was part of the Aliies.

2. The proposed aliance between Japan and Mexico in the Zimmerman telegram had been revisited and accepted in WWII.

3. Gemarny invaded the U.S.

4. The U.S. had invaded Japan instead of dropping the bomb.

5. Germany had devolped nukes and didn't surrender but they don't use them until after we bomb Japan.

6. Germany didn't attack the Soviet Union

1. Poor allies. The allies were spent and obliterated during the blitzkrieg and only because the U.S. lent their aid did the allies win the war.

2. Japan now has an outlet to attack the U.S. from, but I don't think they would try.

3. Germany would have capitualated because the U.S. had more resources.

4. Milliosn of people would have died.

5. Then Adolf would have straped a nuke on a V-2 and would take out London and Paris and all that other stuff.

Germany had better means of delivering a nuke than the allies.

6. Than they wouldn't have spent all their resources and would have probably killed more jews, but they would collapse eventualy, although it would last alot longer than the real war did.

Wingman - April 18, 2008 12:27 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Guardian Of Nesh @ Apr 17 2008, 08:07 PM)
Try these:

1. What if the U.S. was part of the Axis and Italy had more mitary strength and was part of the Aliies.

2. The proposed aliance between Japan and Mexico in the Zimmerman telegram had been revisited and accepted in WWII.

3. Gemarny invaded the U.S.

4. The U.S. had invaded Japan instead of dropping the bomb.

5. Germany had devolped nukes and didn't surrender but they don't use them until after we bomb Japan.

6. Germany didn't attack the Soviet Union

1. That's dumb, and I don't really know how to answer it.

2. Some panic would ensue, but many soldiers would soon be sent to the border to crush the invading army. Mexico has got hardly an army at all.

3. I don't know, because they didn't have the ability or the range to do such a thing. If it happened, I don't think they would be able to continually ferry supplies to their fighting troops on this side of the pond.

4. Already answered. We would have spent years, MILLIONS of lives, and BILLIONS of dollars of material and weapons to completelly clear out that island. Around 50 million people, all trapped on four islands, ready to fight TO THE DEATH to defend their sacred homeland. Women and children were taught how to kill, just like the men. I'll post a good article I found once on the preparations that Japan was preparing for a US invasion. But all this horror was avoided by the dropping of two atomic bombs.

5. By the time we bombed Japan, the war in Europe was over for about three months, so even if they didn't surrender, Germany would have been completely overrun and contained, and all possible nukes destroyed or discovered.

6. The Soviets would have perhaps become an ally of Germany, hindering our efforts, and the Soviet Bloc that resulted from WWII would not have existed.

super_wolverine_Man - April 19, 2008 10:44 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 18 2008, 12:27 PM)
QUOTE (Guardian Of Nesh @ Apr 17 2008, 08:07 PM)
Try these:

1. What if the U.S. was part of the Axis and Italy had more mitary strength and was part of the Aliies.

2. The proposed aliance between Japan and Mexico in the Zimmerman telegram had been revisited and accepted in WWII.

3. Gemarny invaded the U.S.

4. The U.S. had invaded Japan instead of dropping the bomb.

5. Germany had devolped nukes and didn't surrender but they don't use them until after we bomb Japan.

6. Germany didn't attack the Soviet Union

1. That's dumb, and I don't really know how to answer it.

2. Some panic would ensue, but many soldiers would soon be sent to the border to crush the invading army. Mexico has got hardly an army at all.

3. I don't know, because they didn't have the ability or the range to do such a thing. If it happened, I don't think they would be able to continually ferry supplies to their fighting troops on this side of the pond.

4. Already answered. We would have spent years, MILLIONS of lives, and BILLIONS of dollars of material and weapons to completelly clear out that island. Around 50 million people, all trapped on four islands, ready to fight TO THE DEATH to defend their sacred homeland. Women and children were taught how to kill, just like the men. I'll post a good article I found once on the preparations that Japan was preparing for a US invasion. But all this horror was avoided by the dropping of two atomic bombs.

5. By the time we bombed Japan, the war in Europe was over for about three months, so even if they didn't surrender, Germany would have been completely overrun and contained, and all possible nukes destroyed or discovered.

6. The Soviets would have perhaps become an ally of Germany, hindering our efforts, and the Soviet Bloc that resulted from WWII would not have existed.

uhhhh what's with the pic of the people :huh:

Wingman - April 20, 2008 01:29 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 19 2008, 06:44 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 18 2008, 12:27 PM)
QUOTE (Guardian Of Nesh @ Apr 17 2008, 08:07 PM)
Try these:

1. What if the U.S. was part of the Axis and Italy had more mitary strength and was part of the Aliies.

2. The proposed aliance between Japan and Mexico in the Zimmerman telegram had been revisited and accepted in WWII.

3. Gemarny invaded the U.S.

4. The U.S. had invaded Japan instead of dropping the bomb.

5. Germany had devolped nukes and didn't surrender but they don't use them until after we bomb Japan.

6. Germany didn't attack the Soviet Union

1. That's dumb, and I don't really know how to answer it.

2. Some panic would ensue, but many soldiers would soon be sent to the border to crush the invading army. Mexico has got hardly an army at all.

3. I don't know, because they didn't have the ability or the range to do such a thing. If it happened, I don't think they would be able to continually ferry supplies to their fighting troops on this side of the pond.

4. Already answered. We would have spent years, MILLIONS of lives, and BILLIONS of dollars of material and weapons to completelly clear out that island. Around 50 million people, all trapped on four islands, ready to fight TO THE DEATH to defend their sacred homeland. Women and children were taught how to kill, just like the men. I'll post a good article I found once on the preparations that Japan was preparing for a US invasion. But all this horror was avoided by the dropping of two atomic bombs.

5. By the time we bombed Japan, the war in Europe was over for about three months, so even if they didn't surrender, Germany would have been completely overrun and contained, and all possible nukes destroyed or discovered.

6. The Soviets would have perhaps become an ally of Germany, hindering our efforts, and the Soviet Bloc that resulted from WWII would not have existed.

uhhhh what's with the pic of the people :huh:

The guy is Michael Bay, director of Transformers. The two lovely ladies on his arm are the two incredibly hot women who star in his movie: Megan Fox (left), and Australian smokin' hot Rachael Taylor. I'm saying that he is way, WAY too lucky!!!

super_wolverine_Man - April 20, 2008 04:35 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 20 2008, 01:29 AM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 19 2008, 06:44 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 18 2008, 12:27 PM)
QUOTE (Guardian Of Nesh @ Apr 17 2008, 08:07 PM)
Try these:

1. What if the U.S. was part of the Axis and Italy had more mitary strength and was part of the Aliies.

2. The proposed aliance between Japan and Mexico in the Zimmerman telegram had been revisited and accepted in WWII.

3. Gemarny invaded the U.S.

4. The U.S. had invaded Japan instead of dropping the bomb.

5. Germany had devolped nukes and didn't surrender but they don't use them until after we bomb Japan.

6. Germany didn't attack the Soviet Union

1. That's dumb, and I don't really know how to answer it.

2. Some panic would ensue, but many soldiers would soon be sent to the border to crush the invading army. Mexico has got hardly an army at all.

3. I don't know, because they didn't have the ability or the range to do such a thing. If it happened, I don't think they would be able to continually ferry supplies to their fighting troops on this side of the pond.

4. Already answered. We would have spent years, MILLIONS of lives, and BILLIONS of dollars of material and weapons to completelly clear out that island. Around 50 million people, all trapped on four islands, ready to fight TO THE DEATH to defend their sacred homeland. Women and children were taught how to kill, just like the men. I'll post a good article I found once on the preparations that Japan was preparing for a US invasion. But all this horror was avoided by the dropping of two atomic bombs.

5. By the time we bombed Japan, the war in Europe was over for about three months, so even if they didn't surrender, Germany would have been completely overrun and contained, and all possible nukes destroyed or discovered.

6. The Soviets would have perhaps become an ally of Germany, hindering our efforts, and the Soviet Bloc that resulted from WWII would not have existed.

uhhhh what's with the pic of the people :huh:

The guy is Michael Bay, director of Transformers. The two lovely ladies on his arm are the two incredibly hot women who star in his movie: Megan Fox (left), and Australian smokin' hot Rachael Taylor. I'm saying that he is way, WAY too lucky!!!

so i see ;)

Wingman - April 20, 2008 09:48 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 20 2008, 12:35 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 20 2008, 01:29 AM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 19 2008, 06:44 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 18 2008, 12:27 PM)
QUOTE (Guardian Of Nesh @ Apr 17 2008, 08:07 PM)
Try these:

1. What if the U.S. was part of the Axis and Italy had more mitary strength and was part of the Aliies.

2. The proposed aliance between Japan and Mexico in the Zimmerman telegram had been revisited and accepted in WWII.

3. Gemarny invaded the U.S.

4. The U.S. had invaded Japan instead of dropping the bomb.

5. Germany had devolped nukes and didn't surrender but they don't use them until after we bomb Japan.

6. Germany didn't attack the Soviet Union

1. That's dumb, and I don't really know how to answer it.

2. Some panic would ensue, but many soldiers would soon be sent to the border to crush the invading army. Mexico has got hardly an army at all.

3. I don't know, because they didn't have the ability or the range to do such a thing. If it happened, I don't think they would be able to continually ferry supplies to their fighting troops on this side of the pond.

4. Already answered. We would have spent years, MILLIONS of lives, and BILLIONS of dollars of material and weapons to completelly clear out that island. Around 50 million people, all trapped on four islands, ready to fight TO THE DEATH to defend their sacred homeland. Women and children were taught how to kill, just like the men. I'll post a good article I found once on the preparations that Japan was preparing for a US invasion. But all this horror was avoided by the dropping of two atomic bombs.

5. By the time we bombed Japan, the war in Europe was over for about three months, so even if they didn't surrender, Germany would have been completely overrun and contained, and all possible nukes destroyed or discovered.

6. The Soviets would have perhaps become an ally of Germany, hindering our efforts, and the Soviet Bloc that resulted from WWII would not have existed.

uhhhh what's with the pic of the people :huh:

The guy is Michael Bay, director of Transformers. The two lovely ladies on his arm are the two incredibly hot women who star in his movie: Megan Fox (left), and Australian smokin' hot Rachael Taylor. I'm saying that he is way, WAY too lucky!!!

so i see ;)

That's your only reaction!?!?!? :o

super_wolverine_Man - April 21, 2008 01:48 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 20 2008, 09:48 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 20 2008, 12:35 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 20 2008, 01:29 AM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 19 2008, 06:44 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 18 2008, 12:27 PM)
QUOTE (Guardian Of Nesh @ Apr 17 2008, 08:07 PM)
Try these:

1. What if the U.S. was part of the Axis and Italy had more mitary strength and was part of the Aliies.

2. The proposed aliance between Japan and Mexico in the Zimmerman telegram had been revisited and accepted in WWII.

3. Gemarny invaded the U.S.

4. The U.S. had invaded Japan instead of dropping the bomb.

5. Germany had devolped nukes and didn't surrender but they don't use them until after we bomb Japan.

6. Germany didn't attack the Soviet Union

1. That's dumb, and I don't really know how to answer it.

2. Some panic would ensue, but many soldiers would soon be sent to the border to crush the invading army. Mexico has got hardly an army at all.

3. I don't know, because they didn't have the ability or the range to do such a thing. If it happened, I don't think they would be able to continually ferry supplies to their fighting troops on this side of the pond.

4. Already answered. We would have spent years, MILLIONS of lives, and BILLIONS of dollars of material and weapons to completelly clear out that island. Around 50 million people, all trapped on four islands, ready to fight TO THE DEATH to defend their sacred homeland. Women and children were taught how to kill, just like the men. I'll post a good article I found once on the preparations that Japan was preparing for a US invasion. But all this horror was avoided by the dropping of two atomic bombs.

5. By the time we bombed Japan, the war in Europe was over for about three months, so even if they didn't surrender, Germany would have been completely overrun and contained, and all possible nukes destroyed or discovered.

6. The Soviets would have perhaps become an ally of Germany, hindering our efforts, and the Soviet Bloc that resulted from WWII would not have existed.

uhhhh what's with the pic of the people :huh:

The guy is Michael Bay, director of Transformers. The two lovely ladies on his arm are the two incredibly hot women who star in his movie: Megan Fox (left), and Australian smokin' hot Rachael Taylor. I'm saying that he is way, WAY too lucky!!!

so i see ;)

That's your only reaction!?!?!? :o

what's more to be said, the guy has too incredibly hot women B)

Wingman - April 21, 2008 05:23 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 21 2008, 09:48 AM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 20 2008, 09:48 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 20 2008, 12:35 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 20 2008, 01:29 AM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 19 2008, 06:44 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 18 2008, 12:27 PM)
QUOTE (Guardian Of Nesh @ Apr 17 2008, 08:07 PM)
Try these:

1. What if the U.S. was part of the Axis and Italy had more mitary strength and was part of the Aliies.

2. The proposed aliance between Japan and Mexico in the Zimmerman telegram had been revisited and accepted in WWII.

3. Gemarny invaded the U.S.

4. The U.S. had invaded Japan instead of dropping the bomb.

5. Germany had devolped nukes and didn't surrender but they don't use them until after we bomb Japan.

6. Germany didn't attack the Soviet Union

1. That's dumb, and I don't really know how to answer it.

2. Some panic would ensue, but many soldiers would soon be sent to the border to crush the invading army. Mexico has got hardly an army at all.

3. I don't know, because they didn't have the ability or the range to do such a thing. If it happened, I don't think they would be able to continually ferry supplies to their fighting troops on this side of the pond.

4. Already answered. We would have spent years, MILLIONS of lives, and BILLIONS of dollars of material and weapons to completelly clear out that island. Around 50 million people, all trapped on four islands, ready to fight TO THE DEATH to defend their sacred homeland. Women and children were taught how to kill, just like the men. I'll post a good article I found once on the preparations that Japan was preparing for a US invasion. But all this horror was avoided by the dropping of two atomic bombs.

5. By the time we bombed Japan, the war in Europe was over for about three months, so even if they didn't surrender, Germany would have been completely overrun and contained, and all possible nukes destroyed or discovered.

6. The Soviets would have perhaps become an ally of Germany, hindering our efforts, and the Soviet Bloc that resulted from WWII would not have existed.

uhhhh what's with the pic of the people :huh:

The guy is Michael Bay, director of Transformers. The two lovely ladies on his arm are the two incredibly hot women who star in his movie: Megan Fox (left), and Australian smokin' hot Rachael Taylor. I'm saying that he is way, WAY too lucky!!!

so i see ;)

That's your only reaction!?!?!? :o

what's more to be said, the guy has too incredibly hot women B)

Right on, dude!! ;) B)

super_wolverine_Man - April 22, 2008 06:02 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 21 2008, 05:23 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 21 2008, 09:48 AM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 20 2008, 09:48 PM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 20 2008, 12:35 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 20 2008, 01:29 AM)
QUOTE (super_wolverine_Man @ Apr 19 2008, 06:44 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Apr 18 2008, 12:27 PM)
QUOTE (Guardian Of Nesh @ Apr 17 2008, 08:07 PM)
Try these:

1. What if the U.S. was part of the Axis and Italy had more mitary strength and was part of the Aliies.

2. The proposed aliance between Japan and Mexico in the Zimmerman telegram had been revisited and accepted in WWII.

3. Gemarny invaded the U.S.

4. The U.S. had invaded Japan instead of dropping the bomb.

5. Germany had devolped nukes and didn't surrender but they don't use them until after we bomb Japan.

6. Germany didn't attack the Soviet Union

1. That's dumb, and I don't really know how to answer it.

2. Some panic would ensue, but many soldiers would soon be sent to the border to crush the invading army. Mexico has got hardly an army at all.

3. I don't know, because they didn't have the ability or the range to do such a thing. If it happened, I don't think they would be able to continually ferry supplies to their fighting troops on this side of the pond.

4. Already answered. We would have spent years, MILLIONS of lives, and BILLIONS of dollars of material and weapons to completelly clear out that island. Around 50 million people, all trapped on four islands, ready to fight TO THE DEATH to defend their sacred homeland. Women and children were taught how to kill, just like the men. I'll post a good article I found once on the preparations that Japan was preparing for a US invasion. But all this horror was avoided by the dropping of two atomic bombs.

5. By the time we bombed Japan, the war in Europe was over for about three months, so even if they didn't surrender, Germany would have been completely overrun and contained, and all possible nukes destroyed or discovered.

6. The Soviets would have perhaps become an ally of Germany, hindering our efforts, and the Soviet Bloc that resulted from WWII would not have existed.

uhhhh what's with the pic of the people :huh:

The guy is Michael Bay, director of Transformers. The two lovely ladies on his arm are the two incredibly hot women who star in his movie: Megan Fox (left), and Australian smokin' hot Rachael Taylor. I'm saying that he is way, WAY too lucky!!!

so i see ;)

That's your only reaction!?!?!? :o

what's more to be said, the guy has too incredibly hot women B)

Right on, dude!! ;) B)

:lol:




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