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Axis Powers after the War


I was going though some old papers and found this. A quick sketch of Germany, Italy and Japan.
Many years has passed since the war, but not all of them have quite gotten over it yet. Luckily Germany seems to slowly be getting a bit of his pride back, though there’s still a long way to go.


Germany Italy Japan
5th June 2010
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Lys123

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6 years ago #9438586        
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In SATW Germany is like a nice person with a horrible past. It's heartbreaking to see him so sad </3


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Hinoron

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4 years ago #9710044        
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If that "futa" is meant to stand for dickgirl porn, you really need to use the whole word: "futanari". The word literally means "both forms", but "futa" by itself just means "both" or "together" and is a common word or part of many compound words.


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4 years ago #9703935        
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Nice hat.

5 years ago #9494041        
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I love how different these characters are from their Hetalia versions. The stereotypes for the the Axis Powers and the Nordics are portrayed much more accurately here. And the relations between the characters, like England being America's father make a lot of sense. And the SATW fandom doesn't go all hyper-crazy-yaoi-or-die-yaoi-yaoi-yaoi and the whole "respect our OTPs (mostly UsUk or Spamano) or we will hunt you down and burn you at the stake yaoi yaoi yaoi" that you find in the Hetalia fandom.

3 years ago #9804394        
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Did you mean.. JAPANTIES

abdamit

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6 years ago #9433361        
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We just lost all pride again. We have even political organizations, with litterally the thought in mind "fuck you germany, please die die die!"... and the government is totally fine with that...


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3 years ago #9796835        
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Well then again, there are people like me who are obsessed with learning about WW2.... also I’m Japanese, I live in America, and I can speak German......


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4 years ago #9752072        
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Germany
•During the war:
Was a crazy as hell racist and Mighty dictatorial nation.
•After the war:
A hard working country who is rich as *REEE* and still a world power

Italy
•During the war:
Reffered to the UK as Europe's soft underbelly (OOHHHHHH) and either Allies or Axis noone knows
•After the war:
Guy who is also rich and famous for making Pizza and Pasta.

Japan
•During the war:
Crazy out of his mind murdering, merciless, suicidal rapist sociopath.

After the war:
Guy again who is rich as *REEEEE* and smart as *REEEE* engineer and advanced media but still works 100 hours a week.


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4 years ago #9676854        
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Honestly, SATW is much better with stereotypes than APH, but I just love APH so much, and since I don't really like yaoi, I just don't ship anything lol.
plus APH is just so cute- PASTAAAAA

5 years ago #9618892        
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A father of my mother was a staff of a company called Nippon Yusen and was a purser of a passenger boat.
My great-grandfather was so, too.
Since foundation of a company in 1885, my great-grandfather and grandfather made their rounds around seven seas with a ship.

But at the WW2, a ship of my grandfather was changed to an injured soldier and the ship which carries medicine and food from a passenger boat.
The red cross was drawn by the hull big.

But the ships he took are also sunk by enemy's torpedo twice.
American soldiers aimed, and shot the hospital ship my grandfathers took though they had been decided by international law when the red cross wasn't supposed to attack a drawn ship.

My grandfather just swam and survived, but other passengers were hardly saved.

My grandfather said to me while forcing a smile after the war.
"Those soldiers didn't attack us. They shot a torpedo for cross…for their God."

…I heard that seemed to be saying "Japanese ignores a war in the past." in Europe and America.
I wrote only the fact that one knows about the war honestly.

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