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What was South America and Africa's roles in WW2?

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  1. hearthstone25 Green Belt

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    Can somebody give me a history lesson of what the countries of these continents were doing when the world went to hell?
     
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    Making this thread was easier than just googling it yourself?
     
  3. blakethemus Blake Belt

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    Zee Germans had north africa. South Africa was under british rule since the boer war. So guessing they helped the British like all the other commonwealth states.

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    I thought it was common knowledge that Nelson Mandela and Adolf Hitler were an item.
     
  6. CorkscrewPunch Brown Belt

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    Some Brazilian ships were sunk by the Germans and they sent about 20k troops to Europe. That's about it for SA.
     
  7. Africa sucked in it's chest to lower the sea level so then Europe could pass through more canals and stuff.

    Potato.
     
  8. JosephDredd Gold Belt

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    Africa was being invaded. South America was a worthless asshole. Even Antarctica sent penguins to fight. The brutal Tuxedo Massacre of '41.
     
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  10. loyalyolayal Banned Banned

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    South America became a retirement home for those cheerful german officers.
     
  11. 5H3RD0G Silver Belt

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    Please don't involve us in this madness was the plan. If it reaches our borders then so be it we go to battle.
     
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    Argentina in 1938

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    Argentina today

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    this thread oddly enough has potential.
     
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    Africa? It was being Africa.
     
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    Do your own homework kid.
     
  16. tkotom Fedor belt

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    There were sympathizers all over the world. Hardly an effective argument to post up some pictures as though they mean anything.
    Especially with Peron in power at the time.
     
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    TS, go watch that movie 'The Power of One' (1992)
    Don't remember what it's all about but u should find some answers there.
     
  19. JosephDredd Gold Belt

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    lol
     
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    The Patagonia became a haven for ex-Nazis after WW2.
     

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