Thursday, October 10, 2013 9:02:00 AM
One example is Saving Private Ryan, where the D-Day landings are portrayed as an entirely American operation
Umm well it was depicting one beach front that was all US forces...
[quote]'Murica drat yeah, Save yo arses WW2! `Murica![/quote]
Well if your from the UK or France guess what! We did if we didn`t step in and start aiding you Germany would`ve launched a land invasion on you and you`d have bee f ucked... france well Russia didn`t liberate france now did they?
Thursday, October 10, 2013 8:10:33 AM
@RoboPatton: Exactly! It was utterly denied by the USSR, but the Mennonite Peoples in the USA and Canada knew all too well what really happened. It wasn't quite as bad as the Nazi Death Camps, but close!
Thursday, October 10, 2013 5:40:10 AM
Of course history will always be rewritten, even if we all saw the same event happen in front of our eyes - we all could interpret the intent behind this same event differently. The only common truth would be is the name of the person who was there.
We could also rewrite our own history because our life just boils down to what's on our resume, and what`s on our future tombstone. So therefore, people who have judged you in the past are irrelevant, so what they think or thought doesn`t matter too.