15 Interesting Facts About World War Two
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The first German soldier who served in World War II was killed by a Japanese soldier in China in 1937.
The first American soldier in the Second World War was killed by a Russian soldier in Finland in the 1940s
The highest-ranked American officer Lt. Gen. Lesley McNair was killed by US Army Air Corps.
Between 1939 and 1945, the Allies threw 3.4 million tons of bombs, on average 27,700 tons of bombs a month.
When Allied troops first came to Raine, they first wrote in it. This was practiced by everyone, from the lowest ranks to Winston Churchill (who did it to make a spectacle) and Gen. Paton (who was photographed while doing it)
Over 100,000 members of the Allied Bombers were killed in Europe.
Allocated a total of 433 Medal of Honor in World War II, of which 219 allocated to the fallen soldiers.
The youngest soldier in the US Army was 12, Calvin Graham. He was wounded on a battlefield and was eventually released from the army because he lied for his years. Benefits were abolished but were subsequently returned by Congress decision.
At the time of the attack on the Pearl Harbor, the building of the US Navy Command was called CINCUS (pronounced "sink us" - dive), and Hitler's private train was called "America". Names subsequently changed.
Japanese pilot Hiroyoshi Nishizawa had over 80 aerial victories.
The image of the American soldiers putting a flag on Iwo Jima in 1945 is not really the moment when it was the first time raised up. After that, they raised the flag again and the photographer made a famous photo.
The German submarine U-120 has been sunk due to a malfunction in the toilet.
German Me-264 bombers were able to bomb New York, but it was a big risk. A number of crewmen were dying from the fart. Lowering the planes with six kilometers without inner pressure controlling influence on increase of gas volume in the intestines of the crew up to 300%)
When the first American army came to North Africa, in addition to all the equipment were adopted 3 complete factories of Coca-Cola.
84 The German generals were killed by Hitler.