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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.


5th June 2010

Tagged in Japan Italy Germany


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Lys123

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1 year 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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abdamit

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1 year 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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4 months ago #9589887        
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Japan loves his pantsu lol

11 months 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.

11 months ago #9493955        
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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.

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1 year ago #9464834        
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Who doesn't love futa?

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Giraffe

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2 years ago #9409015        
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Awww, sad Germany...

2 years ago #9341568        
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This is so completely different from Hetalia that it almost hurts my fangirl soul. But that's fine, I love this version of Axis Powers too :D I love timid Germany, he's so adorable. It's kinda weird that Italy isn't waving his white flag while eating pasta and clinging onto Germany and Japan. Japan is the same, except he seems a little too... perverted I suppose? I don't know, it's confusing to my heart. For some odd reason, I also just can't imagine England with black hair, blue eyes and a monocle while not having thick eyebrows. When I think of England, the first thing that pops up in my head is spiky golden blond hair, green eyes, humongous eyebrows and of course, a temperamental attitude to match his appearance.

I love this comic series :'D

2 months 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.

2 months ago #9618891        
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At the Second World War, my grandmother, uncle and aunt starved to death.
They were 34 years old, 12 years old and 2 years old then.
Even just before dying, it's said that the young mother to whom mother's milk has not gone out any more was going to give the wheat explained simply in the mouth to my 2-year-old daughter by the mouth move.

When a war ended, my father and grandfather were being only two and were promoting to Japan from Taiwan.
At the time, my father is only 8 years old.

While Japan was governing Taiwan, my grandfather was working as a teacher at a Taiwanese elementary school.
Before life, my grandfather has never returned to Taiwan. My father didn't try to go to Taiwan, too.
I'm work 5 years before for the first time and going to go to Taiwan.

I searched inevitable death for the place where my grandmothers lived and the place where my father was born then.
They were the Taiwanese people who know those days that you cooperated with me.
They even said "You and a father were Taiwanese your father's being born in Taiwan."
And "Your grandfather was a wonderful teacher."
I had never cried with the public up to now, but I cried for the first time then.

A discounted country is handled as "vice" from an international society only by the fact that it was discounted.
Whatever kind of cruel thing is being done during a war, a country where I excel is regarded as "the justice".

I think maybe Denmark in the those days when I lost a battle in the Napoleonic Wars also received such handling.
Though Denmark was raising neutrality, did everyone of all over the world such as that you have dropped an incendiary for the town where a private citizen lives in the UK and that he says it was taken away, and how long Denmark felt sad about Norway tyrannical also think?

But when its Denmark is on good terms with Norway now, and can do, I can have a little ambition in the fact, too.


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