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World War II Related[edit]

Rommel
"do a Rommel"
First, Second Battle of the Bulge
Battle of Leningrad
Battle of Stalingrad
Webrovka
Franz Jägerstätter
ninja
White Card
Sonman Mine explosion
Zog of Albania
Under the Blood Banner
schlechtes Hasserscheinen

WWII Ideas[edit]

Degenerate Art
twelf
rubber elf
age of degeneracy
Heil Hits
grey blobs
Zionistic masons
Glacial Cosmology
"All the little children love Stalin."
teeth of the Dragon
life in a cloud

Stalin[edit]

Cash and Carry
capitalism
Red Communist
Trotsky
Revolution Betrayed
Why Stalin Won
Spanish Civil War
Battle of Stalingrad
Iron Curtain
Yalta Agreement
United Nations
NKVD
KGB
English Racial Theory
Joseph Stalin
First Secretary
freedom from religeon
Doctor's Plot
"English Racial Theory"
"unperson"
Kremlin
GUM Department
Thermonuclear
H-bomb
Taiwan
1984
Big Brother
telescreen
containment
Stalin.ru
Nabokov

Atomic Age[edit]

e=mc2
critical mass
uranium
plutonium
neptunium
neucleus
Albert Einstein
Niels Bohr
Carl Sandburg
atomic bomb
quark
lepton
muon
antimatter
thermonuclear transcorder device

"Believe in hope"[edit]

- The philosophy during this time was to "believe in hope", because it "saved one from doubt, dispair, and the Slave World." This was shown in a radio adaptation of A Miracle on 34th Street, where Kris Kringle emphatically says so. In later times, this attitude came to be associated by some with romanticism. Hope was defined as "A desire of some good, accompanied with an expectation of obtaining it, or a belief that it is obtainable; an expectation of something which is thought to be desirable; confidence; pleasing expectancy."


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