Which country defeated Nazism?

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Mar 2019
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Is this a "historical forum" or a rabble of morons subject to American propaganda?

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I repeat the question:
1. Which countries have signed the capitulation of Germany?
Only the Soviet Union and United Kingdom signed the document.

The US and France only witnessed it
 
Feb 2019
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Serbia
This is pretty amusing to read honestly. Shame, as the OP could actually bring about a pretty interesting discussion on WWII if the thread was serious.
 
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GogLais

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I have a big stick ..
I live in North Carolina, Jasonville ...
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If you do not write in the pants, then I will come to you and beat with a stick ...
stupid American.
Is it not the case that people who need to brag about the size of their sticks usually have small ones? Anyone, you’ve reminded me, I need to put out the trash.
 

Linschoten

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Aug 2010
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Welsh Marches
I have a big stick ..
I live in North Carolina, Jasonville ...
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If you do not write in the pants, then I will come to you and beat with a stick ...
stupid American.
I'm English actually, but I will start writing in the pants just as a precautionary measure.
 

Shtajerc

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Jul 2014
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Syntax in the original post is not right, but it is due to transliteration i suppose. It means f1ck off
My Russian is not that good when it comes to swearing, but from my experience poshyol nahuy is a form often used. You probably mean idi nahuy, which indeed seems more fitting due the tense used, but I've seen poshyol instead of idi used before for this. I'd have to ask a Russian to clariffy this for me exactly. Here we say pejt v kurac, which kind of means the same.
 
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Georgia
My Russian is not that good when it comes to swearing, but from my experience poshyol nahuy is a form often used. You probably mean idi nahuy, which indeed seems more fitting due the tense used, but I've seen poshyol instead of idi used before for this. I'd have to ask a Russian to clariffy this for me exactly. Here we say pejt v kurac, which kind of means the same.
Both forms are commonly used in Russian language. You also can use ,, Da poshyol ty ''
 

Naomasa298

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Apr 2010
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T'Republic of Yorkshire
Чему вы научите ? Если что, я совсем не американец. Этот форум посещают множество представителей различных наций, а не только одни американцы.
English ONLY, or provide a translation.
 
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Tulius

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May 2016
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I'm English actually, but I will start writing in the pants just as a precautionary measure.
Off topic: I always thought that you were Welsh, from the “Welsh Marches”

Both forms are commonly used in Russian language. You also can use ,, Da poshyol ty ''
His insults in English are also quite comprehensible!!! Even for a Portuguese speaker!
 
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