If history is written by the victors, then the losers of any wars are doomed to be forgotten by the following generations? The sacrifice endured by both sides, at any time in History and in any wars, is usually equal. WWII, of course, is no exception to this implacable historical rule. Axis and Ally armies and its soldiers have fought for what they believed was right: a hard thing to perceive if you dissect why and for whom Axis soldiers fought and died for.
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