IRA touts for the Nazis

#2
I spotted this while flicking through the channels between programs and I've recorded it. Should be an interesting viewing later tonight.
 
#4
I spotted this while flicking through the channels between programs and I've recorded it. Should be an interesting viewing later tonight.
So far very good. The pragmatic in me can see their point. If I was in their shoes and with their mindset I'd consider wanking the devil off.

They must have been ravenous idiots to ever think that they would get anything other than bitch whipped once the job was done.
 
#8
You learn something every day! I was totally unaware of this phase of the 1940's and the politics behind it. The Germans appear to have cocked up by bombing Belfast one night and Dublin another. They blamed the Dublin event on some sort of mistake in 'flying errors' Some mistake that was!! Saw another Documentary the other week about all the U-boats that surrendered into Londonderry (that's what they called it on the programme anyway) 15! and they go and bomb the plop out of them for apparent fun later? Lack of forward thinking there for the museum front methinks. One of about 10,000 lacks it now appears!
 
#9
The bit that sticks with me is that old Dev' went to the German embassy to convey his sympathy for Hitlers death but not to the Americans for Roosevelts.

Very telling.
 
#11
I just caught the bit where some paddy went to Willhelmshaven to meet with the Bosch, but died on the way back and was buried at sea.... I wonder what he did wrong?
 
#12
And let's not forget the US sympathisers of the time, who supported the Nazi by proxy. Like today, they got involved in stuff their peanut-sized brains couldn't comprehend.
 
#15
Well, he got his stories from some where. If he pulled them out his arse, he has a clever arse.

His other writing handle was shit.
His other handles. Google him you'll find a few.

Basically a fiction writer then yeah? The programme I mentioned was a fact based documentary not an appreciation of 'The eagle has landed'.

It's a good job he was around or we'd never have known that paratroopers had nearly killed Churchill. **** off back to reading Warlord annuals you fool.
 
#17
His other handles. Google him you'll find a few.

Basically a fiction writer then yeah? The programme I mentioned was a fact based documentary not an appreciation of 'The eagle has landed'.

It's a good job he was around or we'd never have known that paratroopers had nearly killed Churchill. **** off back to reading Warlord annuals you fool.

You need to see some one, i'm not sure who, but you do need help. I'd like to help you, but you come across as a complete ****.
 
#18
You need to see some one, i'm not sure who, but you do need help. I'd like to help you, but you come across as a complete ****.
Oh no, the idiot called me a ****.

Are you not the one who said I should ignore a factual based documentary on the writings of an author that never published a book that wasn't fiction?

Your a genius you are. I'd hazard a guess that you think the Americans have a silent submarine because Tom Clancy said so.

You are the most intelligent man on the internet.
 
#19
Oh no, the idiot called me a ****.

Are you not the one who said I should ignore a factual based documentary on the writings of an author that never published a book that wasn't fiction?

Your a genius you are. I'd hazard a guess that you think the Americans have a silent submarine because Tom Clancy said so.

You are the most intelligent man on the internet.

Damn, I thought I had that title. Oh well, maybe in the intranet then? :)
 
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#20
The bit that sticks with me is that old Dev' went to the German embassy to convey his sympathy for Hitlers death but not to the Americans for Roosevelts.

Very telling.
Also interesting is that after the war the Republic actively refused entry to the displaced Jews of Europe seeking refuge whilst letting Nazi war criminals slip through the net to assume new identities and live amongst the Irish people in relative peace.

How Dev's Ireland became safe haven for fugitive Nazis - Analysis, Opinion - Independent.ie
 

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