What did Adolf Hitler do in World War 1?

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    • #158530
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      What did Adolf Hitler do in World War 1?

    • #158531
      Anonymous
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      looked after his dog until some cocksucking railroad goon stole it from him

    • #158532
      Anonymous
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      got mad when the lads didnt like dieing in mud, note he didnt have to fight in the trenches, he was a runner between command posts

      • #158534
        Anonymous
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        >he was a runner between command posts
        wow, totally not dangerous at all

        • #158535
          Anonymous
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          certainly less dangerous than charging enemy positions

          • #158536
            Anonymous
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            a trench is the freaking safest part of a ww1 battlefield. you’re talking about a guy who had to run between and across them constantly.

            • #158545
              Anonymous
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              Not that bad since you never have to engage the enemy, and have no positions to hold or take. He was one of the "hundred yards back" guys, I forget who made the quote.

              • #158547
                Anonymous
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                You’re so scrotebrained.

                • #158580
                  Anonymous
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                  You do realize he left a few of his friends in a shell hole to carry a message and came back to find their mangled bodies right?

                  Boo hoo, Hitler got shelled. Everybody got shelled. He didn’t have to stay in the place of highest instance of shelling for more than a little while, before he would go back to fortified command dugouts to get more messages. He was statistically far less likely to get hit than your real average soldier like Junger, that’s why 80% of his unit can be hit and he was not.

                  • #158581
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                    >He was statistically far less likely to get hit than your real average soldier
                    No, he wasn’t. He was just better at his job. Stop pretending like you know what he went through you garden gnomed degenerate

                  • #158585
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                    shelling is what killed the majority of armed forces during conflict in the 20th century, yet during trench war the amount of ordinance required to dislodge a force from a trench was extraordinary; risk of dying from strikes was far lower when in a trench. Runners would spend the majority of their time running along and between trenches. Running back and forth between trenches was very hazardous, due to factors such as sniper fire, artillery strikes ect

                    Also messengers were commonly targeted making it a dangerous profession. Often messengers would have to run between trenches, especially during flanking maneuvers to coordinate fire-support, reinforcement, directional operation et al. It was common practice to send multiple messengers due to the inherent risk of the profession. Its o.k. to not obsess over how to demean Hitler in every instantiation of him, I am here for emotional support if need be.

                    • #158587
                      Anonymous
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                      No need to speak like a passive aggressive tumblr girl.

              • #158548
                Anonymous
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                You do realize he left a few of his friends in a shell hole to carry a message and came back to find their mangled bodies right?

          • #158582
            Anonymous
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            Kek, pretending that trench runners didn’t have a higher fatality rate just so you can btfo Hitler

      • #158538
        Anonymous
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        How come he got shrapnel in his leg then?

        • #158541
          Anonymous
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          friendly fire from an incompetently requested artillery strike by hitler himself
          t. academic

          • #158549
            Anonymous
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            Give me your academic source on that pls
            Funny if true

          • #158568
            Anonymous
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            >t. academic
            always the most pathetic dudes act just like internet whores

            • #158574
              Anonymous
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              "I’m a real man!" is as much of a cope to authority as saying, "I’m an academic."

              • #158575
                Anonymous
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                OMG, it was a joke ffs
                there is no paper claiming hitler called an artillery strike on himself. but i could imagine someone eventually writing it, given the tendency of how they downplay everything positive about hitler.

                • #158577
                  Anonymous
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                  Take your meds.

    • #158533
      Anonymous
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      Pissed off his squad who thought he came off like a total nutcase.

    • #158537
      Anonymous
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      had a mental breakdown. was sent to a psychiatric hospital where he was diagnosed with hysteria

    • #158539
      Anonymous
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      >read schopenhauer
      >captured 15 enemy soldiers
      >contemplated politics
      >casually played with the weight of his iron crosses

      • #158542
        Anonymous
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        Schopenhaur sucks
        All my siss hate Schopenhaur

        • #158571
          Anonymous
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          Your siss either coomers or gay as fuck. Maybe both.

      • #158553
        Anonymous
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        Were the enemy soldiers he captured British or French?

        • #158554
          Anonymous
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          officially british, inofficially french

          • #158556
            Anonymous
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            Kek

    • #158540
      Anonymous
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      He was a hero

    • #158543
      Anonymous
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      Saw battle at Ypres. Had 80% of his battalion wiped out.

      • #158546
        Anonymous
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        80% of his battalion actually saw combat that day.

    • #158544
      Anonymous
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      He got recommended the Iron Cross by his gnomish commanding officer.

      • #158551
        Anonymous
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        it was some random garden gnome from another regiment
        then there was a random garden gnome from another batallion
        both are supposed to have "recommended" him.
        leftists are too ignorant of military taxonomy

        • #158558
          Anonymous
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          >leftists are too ignorant of military taxonomy
          Sure thang buddy

        • #158562
          Anonymous
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          >some random garden gnome from another regiment

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugo_Gutmann
          >Throughout most of 1918, from 29 January to 31 August, Lt. Gutmann served as Adolf Hitler’s direct superior.

          "direct superior" doesn’t sound random to me

    • #158550
      Anonymous
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      The guy was in WWI for 4 years. No shit he saw combat

    • #158552
      Anonymous
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      IIRC he was spared by a British soldier while running orders
      My personal theory is that the experience influenced his decision to halt the assault on Dunkirk, thus sparing thousands of British soldiers and returning the favor

      • #158555
        Anonymous
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        Well that’s a stupid theory

      • #158557
        Anonymous
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        He halted the attack because the Germans ran out of fuel iirc. He wasn’t a military idiot (at least not until the end of the war) and could’ve recognized letting the enemy escape to be a bad idea.

      • #158559
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        >his decision to halt the assault on Dunkirk,
        Wasn’t even his decision, it was the local officers on the ground realizing that they had gassed out and could not form a cohesive and organized attack immediately. They had to regroup, resupply, and rest while the British were retreating.

    • #158560
      Anonymous
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      Run like hell.

    • #158561
      Anonymous
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      >fought in the trenches
      >got wounded, didnt want to leave his frens
      >dedication means he probably won’t desert so reassigned as a runner
      >got reassigned to Ypres, body shortages got him in a combat role
      >caught in a gas attack along with his frens, blinded and bleeding while others died all around him
      >facing blindness and shrapnel wounds during the day and memories of his frens at night, listened to the gloating of malingerers who faked injuries
      >regains sight and starts recovering
      >came back to germany in a civil war started by foreign born garden gnomes who wormed their way out of any fighting
      when you go through his life prior to 1923, it really is a firegone conclusion that he was going to giga chimpout

    • #158563
      Anonymous
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      Mark Felton has a good video on his WW1 service.

    • #158564
      Anonymous
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      He was effay as fuck.

      • #158565
        Anonymous
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        you have to be 18 to post here

        • #158567
          Anonymous
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          If I was underage I would have said that Hitler was drippy as fuck.

    • #158566
      Anonymous
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      Young Hitler looks weirdly like Rami Malek.

      • #158583
        Anonymous
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        Old Hitler looks weirdly like Bald and Bankrupt

        • #158584
          Anonymous
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          Bald is gnomish tho….hmmmmm

    • #158569
      Anonymous
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      Trench runner

    • #158570
      Anonymous
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      he had sex with dudes

    • #158572
      Anonymous
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      Better question:
      >What exactly was Hitler doing in march and april 1919 during the Bavarian communist thing?
      >Why does he omitt this entire chapter of his life in his book?
      >Why doesn’t he include show how bad communism is with examples from his own stay during this whole communist uprising?
      >Why does he summerize these two months of his life in a communist reality with a single sentence: ‘I was nearly captured’? (by whom by the way?)
      Interesting isn’t it?

      • #158573
        Anonymous
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        What are you implying here?

      • #158579
        Anonymous
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        It wouldn’t be too surprising considering Mussolini’s similar metamorphosis. And to some degree fascism being (not)communism

    • #158576
      Anonymous
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      oй , cиcки нa cпeнe пpиятнo , вepнo?

    • #158578
      Anonymous
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      Guy saw the horror of mustard gas and found it the most ignoble weapon ever devised
      Which is why I find it laughable that he was memes as the "gas the garden gnomes" guy

    • #158586
      Anonymous
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      Wasn’t he a mail carrier? He would run back and forth between the front lines and command posts delivering orders that for whatever reason can’t be delivered via radio.

      • #158588
        Anonymous
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        radio was often unreliable and unsecured

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