Nationwide Archives Identifier: 531209 colorizebot Colorizebot "victory" Pretty sure we didn't lose that pugilative war, to help you take away the quotes fam. This was in 1944. ...
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- National Archives Identifier: 531209
- "victory" Pretty sure we didn't lose that war, so you can remove the quotes fam.
- This was in 1944. We didn't win the war just yet.
- Whoops... Thx /u/doofusmonkey
- If it were entitled as 'axis march down the champs Elysees', without seeing the uniforms, I would have believed it.
- Here's your Nazis, four years earlier.
- The photos almost look exactly thr same
- That's the point. Instead of the invaders marching it's now Western Europe's liberators.
- So they look like marching soldiers? Read more comments