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  1. NinjaPotato says:

    WW2 from space…says in the video "This is Americans war"
    Maybe the video should be called "Americas war in ww2 from space"

  2. mujjuman says:

    interesting movie

  3. Good video but Why just murica

  4. 3 Kawis says:

    how is this propaganda please explain? did they lie are these not facts i really want to know.

  5. Zim Lex says:

    Ahem….fuck america….and your propagandist shit

  6. How is this propaganda? It's just a WW2 Documentary. I mean some people are complaining that its only about america, which it fucking isn't! there are so many different points in this video about how either britiain or someone other than the US helps the US by giving them things, and then the US helps shit. If they meant it was propaganda during the pacific war parts, that's cause the US and Japan were the ONLY ONES IN THAT FUCKING THEATER OF WAR!

  7. How is this propaganda? It's just a WW2 Documentary. I mean some people are complaining that its only about america, which it fucking isn't! there are so many different points in this video about how either britiain or someone other than the US helps the US by giving them things, and then the US helps shit. If they meant it was propaganda during the pacific war parts, that's cause the US and Japan were the ONLY ONES IN THAT FUCKING THEATER OF WAR!

  8. Mike Oprisi says:

    This Documentary has really given me an appreciation for the scale of this war. I find myself watching so many different documentaries,, and really get immersed in movies about different periods in this war. Movies like : Saving Private Ryan (for Normandy beach) Enemy at the Gate (for the fight in Russia at Stalingrad) and Fury ( for when we finally got into Germany near the end of the war). There are others, but I feel for those only slightly interested, those are good starts.

  9. Panzer Ace says:

    More like: 'Murica and his Greatest Adventure ALONE 'round WOWATWO!

  10. WSUH Gaming says:

    So Americans were cowards back then just like they are now. Wary of spilling any of their own blood and instead relies on UK and soviets to do all the dirty fighting for them. Just like today how they refuse to field ground soldiers to fight the ISIS and instead relies on Iraqi and Iranian ground forces.

  11. WSUH Gaming says:

    Funny how they refuse to mention how japanese used civilians in okinawa as well as forcibly drafted korean men as human shields. Nice political revisionism there.

  12. WSUH Gaming says:

    Ridiculous how this documentary completely omits Soviet invasion of Manchuria here? Atomic bombings were not the primary reason for Japanese to have surrendered. After the loss of crucial Manchuria as well as prospect of having to fight the soviets as well as americans, Japan would have surrendered REGARDLESS of whether Truman decided to use nuclear weapons or not. "Atomic bombing -> Japanese surrender" is merely a political propaganda for glorifying American victory on the pacific while marginalizing their cold war rival. Just amazing how these politically motivated American documentaries keep censoring true history.

  13. WSUH Gaming says:

    30 million Chinese killed were not even mentioned in this video. Because in the eyes of racist Americans, Asian lives do not count as lives.

  14. KoRnTwIsT says:

    oil + freedom = america

  15. Don't Fuck with the USA!!!!

  16. madzangels says:

    Pretty sure Bill O'Reilly made this documentary

  17. Germany got ganged up in WWII.

  18. To all these American haters. I understand America did not win the war by itself. It took all the allies. Although, without America what do you think would happened?

  19. 1:17 America's war because no one else was in the war

  20. Lion24 says:

    Can someone please explain to me why people think the 'Second Front' was in France and not the Mediterranean?

  21. Mystical says:

    42:40 LOOK NORTH THERES NO FINLAND XD

  22. Jamzu says:

    america is such bs… takeing all the credit for ww2 and the only reason japan attcked america was because they cut off there oil supply which Fueled all of japanat the time…. america asked japan to attack them and when japan surrenders they drop two nukes on them ….just gg america

  23. Super Nova says:

    To everyone whining about the documentary being too American, please pay attention to it. It says in the very beginning that it would be covering WWII from an American point of view. It's an American documentary made by Americans for Americans to watch on American TV. If you want a WWII documentary based around a specific country look into the film industry of that country if you want to see the war from their point of view. Most of the time a film has a bias based on where it was made.

    And then to everyone saying that America was a useless ally who joined halfway through the war and stole all the glory, please pay attention to the documentary. Even before Pearl Harbor the US was contributing to the war. The US embargoed Japan which cut off nearly 90% of its oil supply 4 months before bombs were dropped. 9 months before PH the Lend Lease Act was passed which authorized the US to send millions of dollars of weapons to Russia, Britain, China, etc including additional warships to bolster the British defense in the Atlantic. Even before the supply surge that came with the Lend Lease Act American supplies were feeding the British people and supporting British industry. Before that, American intelligence was working with Britain and other allies against the axis and American volunteers were serving overseas even when the rest of the country wanted to stay neutral (Flying Tigers in China and the RAF Eagle Squadrons during the Battle of Britain). You guys shouldn't be hating America for joining 2 years late, you should be praising Roosevelt for taking such massive steps to help even before the country itself officially joined.

    Then after Pearl Harbor, when the US joined the fight, its economy served as the backbone for the entire war on the allied side. Without the American industrial complex Britain would have starved. American supply routes kept our allies, whether you're Russian, British, Chinese, French, or anyone else willing to hold a weapon against the axis; fed and clothed with fuel in their vehicles and bullets in their weapons. Without the joint American-British strategic bombing campaign of German industry, the Red Army would have lost even more. Every allied country contributed to victory and saying the US doesn't deserve the credit it gets is absurd. The US should also really be credited for what it did after the war. Instead of asking for massive retributions of the axis like the allies did after WWI, the US actually HELPED them. The US built back up Germany and Japan socially, economically, and politically after WWII so that today they're major competitors on the international market. The US loaned its allies, Britain especially, billions upon billions of dollars post war to help rebuild the damage done (look up the Marshall Plan). The US was the complete opposite of a bad ally.

  24. earl gαy says:

    52:15

    What the fuck that's a Soviet SU-152 self propelled howitzer driving off an American landing craft in fucking North Africa? What is this, War Thunder Arcade Battle?

  25. Some argue World War 2 actually began with Japanese incursions in China. However, prevailing racial views of the time insisted a 'world war' could only be started by whitey. Hence, the German invasion of Poland, resulting in declarations of war by Great Britain and France, is widely published as the 'beginning' of World War 2 although historians are generally agreed that Japan's incursions in China and the later 'Battle of the Pacific' were not independent events. That said, Japanese incursions in China did not ignite any official, global response – so, I'd say it's still legitimate to state that the declarations of war on Germany by Great Britain and France still represent the beginning of World War 2 in the truly 'global' sense.

  26. You forgot the bombing of Tokyo after the nuclear bombs

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