Did the Nazis really, really hate it when they lost battles to soldiers of color like Japanese-Americans and French colonial troops?
...and I won't forget the King's African Rifles.
I don't know about hating losing, Rommel and Monty seemed like they could have a pint together under different circumstances.
- LudwigLv 71 month ago
They were sadly underinformed, and did not realise that the Japanese Americans were Soldiers of Color. In fact, they might not have heard of the term.
- 1 month ago
Most German soldiers could care less about your skin color.
The Confederates (a Jew run society, ironically) did care and hated blacks.
- Anonymous1 month ago
All Armies "really, really hate it when they" lose battles to soldiers from other countries.
The Nazis were not an exception.