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Cap asked in Arts & HumanitiesHistory · 2 months ago

What would have happened to Scotland in Nazi Germany won the war ?

What would have been Scotland’s fate if operation sea lion was a huge success and most of england was under the Nazi flag, would have Hitler ordered the capture of Glasgow and Edinburgh at some point? This was also assuming Hitler won against Russia in 1941 and had all of Europe under his rule. Would UK the have become like France where England and Wales were occupied zones and Scotland became a free zone but with an installed Nazi puppet state? Also what would have happened to the Jews and undesirables in Britain that were captured? Do you think the Nazis could have created concentration camps in the Scottish highlands?

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  • Satan
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    2 months ago
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    They would have invaded Scotland easily (although a tough time actually capturing/keeping hold of it) moving up through England.

    I think any Jews and 'undesireables' would have been fled to American, Canada, Greenland or Iceland through the many small fishing ports (possibly meeting larger boats further out)

    If there was going to be concentration camps, around Glen Coe would have been a good isolated spot, and would make the  prisoner's internment a nightmare, what with the midges 

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Turned it into a cultural wasteland inhabited by drunks and zombies.

    …oh wait.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    You can stop having wet dreams about that, because that would've never happened.

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  • 2 months ago

    Those countries that were under Nazi occupation would have returned to normal life after the war had Hitler won.

    You people have to get it out of your heads that Hitler wasn't trying to take over the world. He was defending Germany which included getting rid of the Jews.

    Yeah, I know everyone's argument of "he didn't have a right to", but here' a newsflash - he had EVERY right to. Antisemitism aside (Germany wasn't the only country that despised the Jews - persecution was happening in every country), other countries had no more right to dictate state policy to Hitler than he had of dictating state policy in any other country.

    And the internationally recognized law of self-determination (which he was denied by the Versailles Treaty - giving him a valid reason to oppose it) also allowed the head of state of any country to make the policies and decisions for that country.

    This is where the "extermination" and "gas chamber claims" come into the debate.

    To begin, a thorough investigation that took place in Germany by the United States authorities after the war showed that there were no gas chambers in the entire country of Germany, even though there are those who, today, still insist otherwise - with no proof other than what they've gleaned from their high school history books.

    And the same ones who brought you those lies also exaggerated about the ones in Poland. The United States never did an investigation in Poland - they were barred for a short time after the Soviets liberated Auschwitz. The only "proof" of gas chambers was in the Soviet claims that they were there - the US authorities took their word without question. 

    But what about the gas chamber at the Auschwitz museum? Why do you think the United States was barred from Poland for that length of time? It was to give the Soviets a chance to stage a gas chamber - even the caretakers admit that "it was rebuilt".

    Then you have the "eyewitnesses" - those who Holocaust peddlers insist "have no reason to lie" - HUH??? Someone gets locked away for no reason, is made to work, and sees his family taken away without ever seeing them again - and they have no reason to lie?

    There are a lot of eyewitnesses who tell a different story, but you never hear from those people. Their testimony is suppressed while the testimony that condemns the Nazis gets showcased.

    Try finding any Youtube videos that show the other side of the story - ones that show what happened from the German point-of-view. You'll find hardly any that have been missed by the censors. People have resorted to posting these historical proofs onto other video websites after their accounts were terminated for "showing offensive material". Who is it "offensive" to...the ones who are hiding the truth?

    To make logical conclusions you have to consider both sides of the story and you're not allowed to do so where this is concerned. This in itself strongly suggests that someone is hiding something, and there's no reason to hide anything if what you're presenting is the truth.

    "Censorship is what happens when powerful people get scared." - Michael Krieger

    “Wrong does not cease to be wrong because the majority share in it.” - Leo Tolstoy

    "Nothing is easier than to falsify the past." - Woodrow Wilson

    “There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn't true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.”  ― Søren Kierkegaard

    "The truth is so fragile that it needs a bodyguard of lies to protect it." - Winston Churchill

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  • 2 months ago

    Nazi puppet state like Norway. The island of Ireland would have suffered the French fate. Concentration camps everywhere with slave labour used to create infrastructure where necessary. The Americans would have been very upset about it but unable to effectively intervene.

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