The Infamous day was Seventy Seven years ago. The speech will happen tomorrow. But the day is today. Remember it.
Back to history. Back to memories. Back to where it all started. If it weren’t for the brave men who stormed those beaches 74 years ago, the world as we know it would not exist. I’ve detailed it before in alternate history thursday posts. I will not explain it here. Instead this post will serve … Continued
There is no Alternate History this year, just straight up remembrance. 76 years ago the world changed (for the better I would say). It was a major event, and even now people are second guessing the circumstances that eventually led up to it. But I have this much to say. Don’t judge the past on … Continued
World War 2 was the most devastating war in human history. If we forget about the events that ended the war thousands of miles away, Germany, Europe and the rest of the combatants used plenty of conventional weapons to wreck havoc on each other for nearly 6 years. The above shows Hitler and some generals … Continued
It’s the marking of the turning point of world history. The United States of America showed the world that the power of the atom was within their hands, and with one plane, and one bomb, the devastated the town of Hiroshima. This ultimatum unfortunately was not enough, and another bomb was necessary to end the … Continued
] Did you think I forgot about the most important day in the history of our country. Well, one of the most important days that is. The turning point of the world, the day that cemented in history fighting might of the American. Do not cross US.
Are you ready kids?! I can’t hear you! Are you ready?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
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The 7th of December When the Japs secured their fate The years numbered four But we evened the score And it was surely worth the wait That’s a good version of the The fifth of November poem. Sure there are more lines that I’m not adding to, but honestly, who else remembers anything except the … Continued
Yosuke Yamahata was a military photographer for Japan, in August of 1945 he was near Nagasaki when the United States dropped the 2nd Atomic bomb on the country. The next day he entered the devastated city to document the destruction. The U.S. Military seized the originals, but Yamahata managed to save some negatives. These photos … Continued