I first saw this meme with the pasta labeled “imperialism,” the little action figure labeled “oppressed peoples of the world,” and the big action figure labeled “the Juche Idea.”
The US showed up 4 years late, almost 2 years after the turning point of the war, the battle of Stalingrad. Even at that point, they still faced less than 30% of the nazi divisions, while the USSR faced the other 70%. And euroamericans still think they won the war. Pathetic.
Wasn’t it 10-90%?
Or have the Japanese been counted in as well?
Here are the numbers throughout the war.
Oh right, now I remember.
It was a forum discussion with an American and I told him that due to them being late the Soviet Union had to sacrifice ~90% of all allied soldiers, while the US did the last ~5% or so.
11.4 million soldiers vs 0.4 million,
making it 97% vs 3%.
The Soviets also faced more veteran soldiers (they’d been fighting on the Eastern front for years) while soldiers stationed in France were less experienced, as France had already been conquered.
Lol, the whole Soviet blood, British intelligence, and American steel goes out the window real fast when they want to proclaim America as the Marvel hero of WW2.
The Soviets literally invented the discipline of deep battle and produced more steel than the US in the 1940-1945 years.
Soviet blood, Soviet intelligence, Soviet steel
“are we a joke to you?”-The Red army, Red Airforce, and Red Fleet.
What even is this? And jedes mal, wenn ich eines dieser unkultivierten schweine sehe, ist mein tag ruiniert.
See, didn’t stop me.
Without America, Duolingo Plus would be free by now
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