The world-war provocateur phenomenon


Year 27 THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO AND THE BATTLE OF BERLIN



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Year 27

THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO AND THE BATTLE OF BERLIN

  1. In the spring of Year 27, a massive Allied army surrounded and defeated Napoleon / Hitler in the European conflict's final battle and established a military occupation in his capital city. This epic climactic battle marked the end of his world war, empire and regime, as well as his country's 27-year-old revolution.

  2. Along with Napoleon's / Hitler's defeat, in Year 27 the end of the world war was distinguished by America's separate victory in its own theatre of the war.

  1. In the spring of 1815, the massive Allied army surrounded and defeated Napoleon in the European conflict's final battle, the Battle of Waterloo, and established a military occupation of his capital city Paris. This epic climactic battle marked the end of his world war, French Empire and Bonaparte regime, as well as France's 27-year-old revolution.

  2. Along with Napoleon's defeat, in 1815 the end of the World War of 1812 was marked by America's separate victory in its own theatre of the war against the British in North America at the Battle of New Orleans.

  1. In the spring of 1945, the massive Allied army surrounded and defeated Hitler in the European conflict's final battle, the Battle of Berlin, and established a military occupation of his capital city Berlin. This epic climactic battle marked the end of his world war, German empire, Nazi regime and ended Germany's 27-year-old revolution.

  2. Along with Hitler's defeat, in 1945 the end of WWII was marked by America's separate victory in its own theatre of the war against the Japanese in the Pacific.

THE FALL OF: NAPOLEON, HITLER AND BIN LADEN?






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