Undercover Nazis in The US Army (with Fake US Tanks) – WW2 Operation Greif


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Undercover Nazis in The US Army (with Fake US Tanks) - WW2 Operation Greif



By December of 1944, over a quarter of a million Nazi troops had spread all over the Ardennes Forest in Belgium, and three fleeing Americans driving a Jeep would not normally have raised any alarm.

However, Hilter-induced paranoia had taken over the Allied troops in the Western Front, and the men were taken in for questioning after speaking broken English.

When American soldiers checked their vehicle, they discovered concealed weapons, explosives, and swastika emblems.

These men weren’t Americans; they were undercover Nazis, part of one of Hitler’s final grapples against the Allied powers’ supply chain: Operation Greif.

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  1. You guys need to get your FACTS STRAIGHT Montgomery wasn't Canadian. In fact he killed a bunch of our Canadian solders with his overly ambitious plans using our young men wastefully to bolster his reputation !

  2. Detonating not one but two nuclear bombs in cities, killing a couple hundred thousand innocent civilians in an instant and dooming many others to cancer, genetic deformations and other maladies: yup, that sounds good.

    Wearing the enemies uniform and messing with some road signs: An absolute travesty.

  3. Montgomery was an arrogant prick and a poor leader. That the Brits succeeded in defeating Rommel in El Alamein was not thanks to Montgomery's leadership but despite being led by Montgomery. The Brits had an overwhelming number troops, material superiority and air supremacy… after the US joined the allied forces, together with Russian resources, it was clear that the Axis powers had no chance of ever winning the war. It is amazing that the nazis lasted as long as they did…

  4. "Did you know that Field Marshall Montgomery was Canandian in order to incite more rage and get more clicks? Let us know in the comments below"

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