Jow Forums what was your country's greatest victory, and its worst defeat?
Jow Forums what was your country's greatest victory, and its worst defeat?
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Greatest Victory: The revolution.
Greatest Defeat: Kasserine pass.
Greatest Victory, was genociding the Indians
the worst defeat was not joining the Germans in WW2
That is the longest genocide in human history, go faster faggots
A perpetual war isn’t a victory dipshit.
Greatest Victory: Chancellorsville
Greatest Defeat: Gettysburg
burned down your wh*te house
Those were British troops you dumb leaf
imagine thinking that moving your entire race into an area that's at best 70 miles wide and surrounded by tribesmen that see it as their religious duty to exterminate you is a victory
tick tock yid
To the jew it is , they like the human sacrifice factor
You weren't even a country Besides for Canada it has to be Vimy ridge. Loss i would say when we burned York.
Give the leaf his victory asshole, poor little guy doesn't have much
never forget Mohács
Victory: definitely both world wars. Because schools teach that US involvement in both were the tipping point, for whatever reason
Defeat: I dunno, Vietnam I guess. But schools teach that the US just got bored and left, so technically not a loss
Godspeed United States standardized curriculum of false pride, under many gods, quite easily divisible, with liberty and justice for the chosen tribe
Greatest victory: Kokoda (outnumbered 10 to 1)
Greatest defeat: Gallipoli (Got fucked by British officers)
Greatest Victory: The Siege of Nándorfehérvár (Belgrade), 1456, stopping the ottomans.
Greatest Defeat: The Soviet breakthrough at the Don River, 1943
Day of the poisoned penny soon
I don't know shit about kokoda, but Gallipoli was a world class fuck up.
Victory: Mexico-American war
Loss: World War 1
Yeah man it was bad
Canada: defeated the abos and the cree were the toughest foe. Many today would lose a 1-1 battle to a cree youth in a street fight today.
Worst defeat was to the jews in the culture war after world war 2.
Greatest victory: WW2. We sure beat that meany Hitler and saved the Jewish race and bankers. Because of our sacrifice, our children can be free to pick their gender and be raped by Jamal
Worst defeat: Ooo, probably the American revolution
Kokoda 1000 untrained Australian men held off 10,000 Imperial Japanese soldiers in New Guinea before being reinforced 4 weeks later
Not Trafalgar? Also how bout the Somme?
Victory: battle of Chatha/raid on the Medway (defeated Royal Navy in its Thamea docks, took the English flagship as prize) en.m.wikipedia.org
Defeat: Dutch war (cemented the very slow byt steady decline of the Dutch empire) en.m.wikipedia.org
Greatest victory: stealing clay from the North Sea.
Worst defeat: getting powned by the Germans in WW2 in basically a day.
Greatest victory: the American Revolution
Greatest defeat: The Federal Reserve Act of 1913
Wut is trafalgar? Somme? Wasn’t that in WW2?!!?!
You are either retarded or some fuckwit immigrant.
Neck yourself faggot.
That defeat is too fucking accurate.
Read up on your history boy.
Greatest victory was surrendering to Germany during ww2 and worst defeat was them leaving us
Not the Battle of Long Tan or even Kapyong
Eh.. first thing I thought of
Victory : Stalingrad
Defeat : Revolution
What are some real answers? Genuinely curious.
The Greatest victory was Vimy Ridge, the worst defeat was at Dieppe.
Of post unification Italy?
A tie between Adwa (decisive defeat vs Ethiopia) and Caporetto (strategic breakout on the Isonzo by the Austrians in WWI), both strategically and tactically.
Strategically, Vittorio Veneto, the killing blow to the Austrian Empire.
Tactically, I'd say this: en.wikipedia.org
Kek, KARA BOGA
Interesting. I would've figured the Revolution would've been both your greatest victory and defeat
Fucked by british officers is a cop out.
More british died at Gallipoli than you lads. We lost like 30k to your 12k
Battle of Midway
Probably the opening parts of the Korean War, to be fair it was coalition and ROK forces too but we were not ready for that one
Every single day.
decisive defeat vs Ethiopia
Yeah but it WAS a British campaign devised by Churchill and you guys had 6 times as many men in the campaign so obviously more losses
it was a fault of the Royal Navy freaking out about mines and landing all of us too far away from Istanbul. The idea of knocking out the ottomans from the war was sound.
Of course, without the Dutch Revolution, the country wouldn't even exist. But to say it was our greatest defeat? Many lives were lost, but that would be like saying the USSR lost ww2.
The historian in me understands entirely.
But the Jow Forumsack in me is laughing because you got BTFO by a bunch of niggers.
not even the worst defeat we suffered in that war
What was more embarrassing then that?
And i would say you cant even call it an Australian defeat, you were part of the British Imperial Army.
Monash (australian general for those who dont know) and his pointless waste of australians and nzs after breaking the hindenburg line is more appropriate for an Australian blunder from top to bottom. Also your perfomance in Singapour during WW2 under your own command structure was a home grown fuck up too.
However i still believe Monash was the greatest general of WW1, hell i would go so far to say the Australians won the western front under him, but all you get taught is Gallipoli because it suits the stealth republican agenda in your country
T. Im half Australian and lived on aus army bases my whole childhood
It really wasn't our loss, we kinda just gave the country back to SV, and left what is essentially a CIA skeleton crew. Then SV lost the country and we evacuated whatever was left.
If we were able to actually invade NV during the occupation, we would have made the entire SE peninsula democratic 50 years ago. But nah, we were too worried about hurting China's feelings. We should have let the nips keep half their country after WWII.
greatest victory - Battle for Berlin
worst defeat - Mongolian invasion
Trafalgar probably. Biggest stakes and a very real risk of invasion if we lost. None of the shit in WW2 mattered, UK was untouchable by Germany as Kriegsmarine was trash compared to the navy.
Napoleon - I cannot attack my main enemy - Britain, so I will attack Russia.
Hitler - I cannot attack my main enemy - Britain, so I will attack Russia.
What a pity that Khrushchev don't throw the Tsar-Bomba on your vile island.
Russia please throw some ss-18's on us.
You have a French flag but you are Dutch right?
Russia please throw some ss-18's on us.
Nah, you taught us how to build a fleet.
Greatest victory: Independence from Great Britain
Greatest defeat: the International Jew
Uhh...I'm Norn Iron so...Fuck, whatever Englands greatest victory was since the formation of the UK, i'll claim that
Oh kek I forgot I have a French flag, I'm on vacation
Before I die, I will still see the corpse of Great Britain floating by.
Why do Muslims like to die for Israel?
We knew all along.
Greatest victory: I would've said Stalingrad but it was too costly, so no. Battle of Ugra River(Mongols BTFO)
Greatest defeat: (((Great revolution of 1918-1922)))
Greatest Victory: Battle of Delhi (1757) against the Mughal Empire
Greatest Defeat: Battle of Delhi (1857) against the British Empire
The natives kicked our fucking asses several times in the early centuries of colonial/independent America. I've always thought it's kind of insulting to the natives to say that they got "genocided," as though they were helpless victims. They lost a long and gruesome series of wars in which they won several battles. That seems more honorable.
Narva was probably the greatest victory
Greatest defeat was Poltava
For shame. Your ancestors are turning in their graves worm
How much was lost there?
Russians, dying for Britannia since the 18th century. Thanks guys
Geostrategically... the fact that we lost india was probably our biggest fuckup.
Of course that stemmed from WW2 and to an extent before that the 5 powers treaty at the end of WW1.
Greatest Victory: Battle of Midway - The battle that broke the back of the previously undefeated Japanese carrier arm. While we didn't contribute decisively in Europe, the Pacific front was entirely won by Americans.
Greatest defeat - Can we just say 'middle eastern adventurism' and leave it at that?
It's okay, everything has to end sooner or later
Too many victories to name.
As for defeats, 1453 comes to mind. Thanks european brothers, your knife in our backs still hurts.
Greatest Win - Waterloo
Greatest L - Singapore
But Pierre le Grand is a french name
There were more British Army troops in the Pacific theatre until 1945.
Karkino sta paidia sou, mogrele.
Fall of the Philippines was pretty bad.
How are you liking it so far? I hope you didn't go to Paris.
But Pierre le Grand is a french name
Strange, but I always thought that - Ahmet is a French name.
Single handedly winning world war 2 against the nazis.
greatest defeat is emus and gay marriage
Greatest win: Battle for the Yser
Greatest loss: Battle of Belgium
Not only Indians, although they were the biggest contributing force of the commonwealth. To say America won the Pacific theatre by themselves is laughable.
middle eastern adventurism
Boy that's putting it mildly.
Actually being serious
Constantinople je Hellas
Greatest Victory: Winter Olympics
Greatest Defeat: Stamford Bridge
Win the battle, lose the war. There was no way they could set up industry like us, or stop the constant flow of new people moving west.
The only way they could've 'won' was to have someone like Tecumseh unite all the tribes and get international support from England. But the Battle of the Thames basically dashed all of those hopes. They ultimately failed to have a united front. But given the natives history with each other over the millennia it was bound to happen.
Best : all of Napoléon conquests
Worst : there's no worst in France since we kinda joined the Germans by surrendering in WWII.
Greatest defeat is hard to call so im gona go whit being under the inffluence of american culture and degenracy
Possibly Tannenberg or one of the early battles of the russian campaign in 1941
Stalingrad or operation bagration with how much of an effect they had
Shit was almost over in berlin. There were far greater battles of higher importance and influence before that
Our nuclear weapons developed by Albert Einstein were dropped on nazi Germany and there were no survivors.
Oh no, absolutely not, I've been to Paris a couple of years ago, it's horrible.
Vacation has been great, we've visited family in Cassis and Marseille and gave them invitations to our wedding, did some hiking in the hills near Cassis, visited Monaco and some musea, it was very nice. Flight home is in a couple of hours, sadly.
Greatest Defeat: Kasserine pass.
World War 1
for america of course
The year 1014, Battle of Clontarf when we chased the vikings into the sea once and for all
In 1602, the Siege of Kinsale. The defeat lead to the conquering of my country and decided it's fate under English rule for a very, very long time. The battle it's self was an absolute disaster.
tfw wrong fleg when you post
Greatest victory: Battle of Chancellorsville 1863
Greatest defeat: Seige of Vicksburg 1863
GV: The Battle New Orleans 1812
Stalingrad or operation bagration with how much of an effect they had
I'd argue Operation Barbarossa. If it had rolled out in 42 instead of 41 and not so much air power was lost in the Battle of Briton it could've went your way. But you had to knock out the Soviet Union in 5-6 months otherwise once they realigned themselves and started to get momentum it would be all over.
South will rise again - brother!
Battle of France (WW2)
Brits held the line and tied up tons of Japanese troops the whole war after the initial disasters in Malaya and kicked serious ass toward the end, but I think it was the ridiculous amount of carriers and planes being churned out in US that finally knocked them out, you did good though dad
The Chinese tied up more Japanese then the Americans or Brits combined.
Because schools teach that US involvement in both were the tipping point, for whatever reason
not so much in WW1 but def WW2 and everyone who says otherwise is a moron and ill never not argue that. supply 9 out of 10 barrels of oil is crucial in a mobile war.
The United States was a decisive factor in both world wars. Had we not entered WWI it is unlikely the Western Allies victory over Germany, assuming they even had one, could have been so total and one-sided. More likely Germany and the Western Allies would have made a more balanced peace agreement. Instead the US provided the fodder to finally overwhelm and break Germany.
Of-course the same is true for WWII. Had we not been involved Britain would have been in worse shape with no hope of retaking the continent and the Germans might have actually beaten the USSR. Thus Europe and about half of Russia would have been under Nazi rule rather than Communist rule. The US would have then been in a cold war with them. Of-course if we didn't go to war with Japan then we'd be in a cold war with them too. Likely all three powers vying for more influence and to protect themselves. Considering how the world has gone since then I think this might have been better.
In WW1 Germany almost had Paris.
Throwing the French out of Italy in the Italian Wars, the Battle of Cartagena de Indias, the Battle of Empel, Fernando Sánchez de Tovar's sack of London.
Rocroi, Trafalgar, Aljubarrota.
Krasni Bor was a defeat, but it was great.
Also a fan of
Also a fan of
The celt-iberians and the Lusitanians giving some Vietnam to the Romans.
1/3td of our territories. Aftermath: 150 years of constant war and stagnation in population and technology. It was just all downward after that.
Yep, but without a navy they couldn't take the fight home to the Japanese
Battle of Agincourt?
Fall of Dien Bin Fu?
USA burned Toronto! And "canadians" didn't burn the white house, it was British regulars
I'm glad you could enjoy your time here! Visit Toulouse, Carcassonne, Albi and the such next!
Defeat.-the somme.-no seriously i know it was technically a victory but the first world war lost the UK all of its brave young lads who could have improved the country and then when the next generation died in the second shitfit we ended up with 60 years of the country falling after women took power and britain was turned into londonistan and chavistan.
You're confused, 1757 was against the rohilla afghans by Ragunath Rao, the Mughals had already been destroyed in the 1737 battle of Delhi by Baji Rao. And the Battle of Bhopal was the better battle of that war anyway.
Greatest: Probably the whole war of 913-927 against Byzantium that gave birth to pic
Worst: When the Ottomans conquered us
I've been there multiple times, another branch of the family lives 20km from Toulouse. Beautiful region.
is america the only country that never lost a war?
hahahaha Byzantium =/= Greece
Wait, what? I didn't know this. Story?
Peter the Great went to Amsterdam to get high and learn how to build a proper ship
ww2. Opa & pals didn't cause, didn't ask for it, but they understood what had to be done and they pulled through, gerMan-style. die fighting or perish like a dog.
America should've joined hitler in his triumphant march towards redeeming the human race
I seem to recall you getting completely assfucked by starving rice farmers.
german autism at its best
America wouldnt have cared if the japs didnt try to blow up hawaii
You understand that you have always been their greatest enemy? It's a compliment, of sorts...
The white races Win/Lose ratio fucking sucks.
Greatest defeat: where do I start?
Greatest victory: Eurovision 2019
Jew niggas be like,WW1,WW2 Which is which?You decide
defeat? any elections after 1989, everyone is owned either by the jews/usa or g*rmans/russians
victory: inventing a way to drink borygo(cooler liquid)
It was actually 2018. Of course, you'd inflate the numbers...
Our greatest victory was making sure all of Europe and the USA became servants of ZOG.
Greatest victory: 1814, Russians in Paris and for 40 years Russia was 2nd great country.
Greatest defeat: 1917, Russia ceased to exist and was replaced by international band of murderers.
never really been in any war except the communists. we won
Yet another we wuzzing leaf...
Enjoy Empress Justine's rangeban
I think some flightless birds would like a word about your greatest defeat...
Greatest victory? Well as a whole, defeating the mongols.
Greatest defeat? Obvious.
fellow scandis never post this one.
I like the stories of the scandinavian SS fighting together, its got such a justice league feeling to it.
oi fuckin bird. dumb cunt probably can't even fly. I'mma fuck him up
get your shit pushed in
bring back entire army
entire army gets their shit pushed in
emu is made king of oz by right of conquest
Germany was going to lose WWI regardless of american involvement. Granted the peace deal wouldn't have been as punitive had america not joined but the primary cause of germany's defeat was exhaustion. Years of naval blockades crippled them. Germany was functionally defeated by the time america entered the war, it was only a matter of time.
Of course without americans selling supplies to the UK and france throughout the war it'd be a different story, but the same can be said about the other nations that also sold to us.
The spring offensive only happened because of fears of being overrun by americans (that ironically didn't come true, canada alone captured more territory than the US did in the 100 days offensive). Without america joining the spring offensive either never happens or is delayed by months, at which point the germans have even fewer supplies to attack with.
Also the battle (the lost battalion one, I can't remember its name) where americans 'stopped' germany getting to paris is way over hyped. Germany only got within 40 miles and even then they'd still have to take the city which would have been nigh-impossible at the end of a severed supply line, which is ultimately what stopped the spring offensive, stormtroopers extending past where they could be supplied.
Greatest victory: probably battle of Deligrad or Kosovo
Worst defeat:"battle"at Maritsa river
We killed twice as many combatants as all allied forces, not just US troops. 3 times as many """civilians""". I wouldn't say a 5:1 k/d ration and then just kind of fizzling out and going home without losing any land or any other factor usually associated with a military defeat is "getting our asses kicked". But you know, you do you.
The surrender of fort Detroit in the war of 1812 is pretty embarrassing.
The hundreds of kikes in the Roosevelt administration sure did.
Greatest Victory? “...Freed the Slaves!”
Greatest Defreat? “Now you have to love with niggers.”
Greatest victory: 1812
Worst defeat: never been defeated
1776 greatest victory, followed by WW2 which led to our nation being subservient to an international power once again.
that battle is literally the funniest shit lmao
The real Mistake was..
We should have never taken this back.
It was the year 6 million and you know it goy.
Your greatest loss was to the toilet, Poo.
So much this. Hey Leafs, wanna by a penninsula?
It kinda reminds me of that battle aganist the Oda clan when those retards got drunk and got slaughtered by the smaller force
Greatest victory: Cold War, leading to American hegemony, 1990-2001
Greatest defeat: 9/11, end of America as we knew it, Patriot Act, GWOT, etc.
Everything else is immaterial. 9/11 is the turning point leading to all the shit we have now and our eventual defeat as a civilization.
If you win you lose, moron
You're among frens here, it's ok to say Churchill
I guess the War of Independence is an obvious choice but you could argue that the 1st Balkan war was more decisive in gains.
Well, that has to be the 2nd Greco-Turkish war, courtesy of traitorous Frenchies and the Soviet menace helping out Kemal.
King Edward I expels Jews from England
Oliver Cromwell letting them back in
Greatest victory -- defeating the Confederacy (US Civil War)
Greatest defeat -- not shipping every nigger out of the United States immediately afterwards
How do you have time for Jow Forums when subverting all those countries. Heebs must be really good at time management.
why wouldnt i have time for /pol while drinking beer in the living room saturday afternoon?
I'm glad you liked it! Safe travels, fren.
This is the only objectively correct answer, and it should be summarily taught in schools.
We were all Brits (maybe 1 or 2 at most generations removed) back then.
Because of scheming 24/7? That's what I have learned here.
hmmm. mhm. very reliable source. good website for your brain.
Greatest Victory: BAttles in Holland during WWII
Greatest Defeat: Electing Trudea
Yeah we think chrichilll sucked too. Sorry about that one digger.
So, what's for dinner? Any good Jewish recipes?
Eww jewish food is poor man's food.
we cook mediterranean style for the most part but anything grows here thanks to agriculture...so eveythings possible
my dinner's gonna be pasta with zuccinis or somethin', yours?
Greatest Victory: Battle of Medak Pocket
Greatest Defeat: Fighting and dying on behalf of the British Empire for 200+ fucking years.
False. Islamic Genocides of Hindus. 90Million over a couple hundred years
Going to make some lasagna and maybe eat an entire Gouda cheese wheel.
No sir! Greatest Victory: Jackson's Valley Campaign
There is more but these are some the great victories while being outgunned and outnumbered.
T. dual citizen.
And the greatest defeat is losing 11% of territories and joining EU but hey atleast we remained independent and fucked the gommies up.
How was WW1 a loss?
1. Revolutionary war
2. Subversion by Israeli nationalists
Merci beaucoup mon ami
Defeat of Spanish Armada
Battle of Britain.
El Alamein (North Africa)
Impahl and Kohima
7 years war with france.
All major victories that kept Britain at the top tier, safe from invasion and with their enemies fucked and salty.
And I know I’ve missed a few more. Many battles of empire with the Chinese, Indians, zulus and various hordes.
As for defeats? Probably losing the 13 colonies, battle of France, Singapore and Medway.
Greatest Victory: Poltava.
Greatest Defeat: Fucking revolution
Gratest Victory: War of the pacific
Gratest Defeat: None since our independence
Plan some time ahead of you and try to do the "Notre-Dame de Compostelle" pilgrimage on foot, next time! Great locations, great views.
Based and Tsarpilled.
Say it again
I have a little something for on the way
Next time I visit I'll be sure to do so, me and my fiancée have been gettinv into catholicism more and more recently so it might be a nice idea.
Btw, many trips to France have paid off; I've been told I'm getting a promotion because we do a lot of business with Belgium but nobody except me speaks French
That is nice to hear. You should look into SSPX next time you're around!
Greatest Victory: the jews are unmasked for all time
Greatest Defeat: the jews have installed merkel and destroying our nation completely
it's the battle of kulikovo
greatest defeat 1917/1991 both times to the same group of (((people)))
The rise of D. Pedro II
The fall of D. Pedro II
- Battle of the Golden Spurs in 1302. Because Flemish were retarded ISIS tier farmers they basically killed every French nobleman they could find in the battle. Normally standard practice was capturing you enemies (medieval battles usually had very low death tolls). This battle along with some other European examples marked a shift from the old practice towards a more brutal form of warfare. Also a form of warfare where infantrymen were more prominent.
The long term consequences were minor because the French btfo us a couple of years later.
Greatest defeat: Siege of Antwerp by the Spanish in the 80 years war. It basically marked the starting point of the division between Flanders and the Netherlands. It also had disastrous economic effects because shortly thereafter the Dutch blockaded the Scheldt. This + the fact that the richest merchants (who were Calvinists) fled north to Amsterdam ended the Flemish golden age and started the Dutch golden age.
My angel gf went to her family in Leersum last year and she brought me 5 fkn gouda wheels in her bag.
dissapeared in a month. true story.
Be real, was in you A*glos or what it your filthy fucking kikes that decided that total war was needed? You guys did shit that was worse than Genghis Khan. The Germans biggest mistake was acting like you rats were humans that cared about morality and being just in war. They made the same goddamn mistake in WW2 too, it must be easy living without a soul.
I know about SPXX but it's rare in NL. Closest Tridentine Mass is 50km away sadly
I unironically enjoy matzes with sugar though
I liek hamentaschen
A cracker with herring is better anyday though lol
Yeah you have to be careful with that, cheese will make you fat as fuck in no time.
My absolute addiction to cheese is one of the reasons i chose a physical job to keep it all balances y'know?
Deporting them kikes during ww2.
Forgive them bongs after ww2.
Greatest victory:Russian-turkish war 1878(independence war)
Greatest defeat:Battle of stalingrad.
Greatest victory: Chimoio Raid (Operation Dingo)
Greatest Defeat: The Lancaster Agreement
Greatest victories: -Raid on the medwey (1667)
-Spanish war: taking of Den Briel/battle of Nieuwpoort/siege on Bergen op zoom (1572/1600/1622)
-Dutch guard at Waterloo (1815)
-Belgian secession 1830
-fourth english war 1780-1784 (now England be ruling da wavez :(.
-The fucking Germans
Battle of Midway
Meh, the Yanks got lucky there and had the advantage of breaking their codes beforehand
inner parts of China
part of Japan
Whoever made this map is retarded
Greatest win. Battle of Dervenakia 2500 Greeks vs 30.000 Turkish roaches. We won, Turkish casualties were estimate in 8000 kek
Greatest loss. 30 August, The collapse of Asia Minor front
Greatest victory: 2nd world war resistance
The whole Isonzo front in WW1 also comes to mind but technically that whole shebang was ran by Habsburgers so it doesn't really count
Biggest defeat: Probably the 1515 peasant rebellion
The entirety of Vietnam
GV That time /k/ called in an airstrike
GL All that faggotry with Operation Chanology
70 years to kill muzzies
I would expect more from you kikes
Greatest Victory: Formation of Dusan empire 1346
Greatest Defeat: Formation of Yugoslavia 1918
lol when never heard of either
our worst defeat was the trudeau family attempting to run the country
Is this why your milk comes in bags now? Cartons seem to be that guys greatest defeat.
Who lasted 20 years rofl
We cared about Britain
War against Gallia was your greatest victory
Battle of Gaugamela was the biggest plot twist in human history.
You watch that Mel Gibson film didn't you? It was a Australian officer you kike
Greatest victory: cucking you amerisharts by burning down whito*d house
Greatest loss: N/A
Greatest victory: The civil war
Greatest defeat: 600 years as meat shield
Greatest defeat:6,000,000 innocent jewish people were killed
greatest victory:Welcoming refugees into our nations with open arms.
since crusaders conquered huge land from byzantium empire leaving us chance to move in but turks where smarted and conquered us both not argument user
also what point with that nigger ??
There's no Turks in 1346 barbarian slavic trash, as for Greece it was part of Byzantine Empire who fall 2 centuries later.
There's no Turks in 1346
yes serbian empire was created that year and whats your point ??
Based and redpilled
Having the Byzantine eagle today on the flag.
based Iancu de Hunedoara
Greatest Victory: Revolutionary War
Worst Defeat: Vietnam
Both of the victories are pretty awesome desu, would recommend if you're in to mil history
the best battle not being the battle of cold habor
Come on now
Win: Exterminating a ton of palis.
Fail: Water virus that makes you infertile didn't work.
he'll be back eventually
maybe in captivity.
Who is this alpha jew?
Maybe crecy or agincourt or rourkes drift or El Alamein or Waterloo or something against the scots like halidon hill or something. We’ve had a few goof sea battles like trafalgar as well. As for greatest defeat maybe the battle of Jutland or that one before rourke’s drift that begins with an I against the Zulus, isanwalda?
its worst defeat?
your country's greatest victory
Alabama and Georgia
Losing to America
Greatest Victory: The empire
Greatest Defeat: Loss of the empire, 'winning' WW2.
it was slaughter actually, not a battle
Greatest victories: Battle of the Teutoburg Forest, Battle of the Nations, Franco-Prussian War, Battle of Tannenberg, 1940 Battle of France
Worst defeat: Operation Barbarossa and everything that followed
it really is a miracle.
Greatest Victory : Battle of Gaugamela
Greatest Defeat : Fall of Constantinople
battle of Vienna where we saved a continent which treats us like a bunch of mexicans, whilst accepting subsaharans, indians, and asians in general.
Greatest Victory: Cowpens
Greatest Defeat: Bataan
Calls someone autistic
Very self critical
The Holocaust in Serbia
Battle of Poltava
my mother is German and my father is Swedish
Greatest victory: the bacon McTriple with extra cheese
Điện Biên Phủ
ew brown gook
Slav mongrel, we did not teach you how to reach and write to have you take jabs at your masters.
Actually the battle of Salamis was of the greatest significance
how are the grenade attacks this week cuck
Victory: Revolutionary War
Defeat: The Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965
Based and Ancientpilled
You know the answer already
Assuming this gets more (You)’s, I would like to be included in the screencap, thanks
Loss: When the president Allende take the power
Victory: when the great general pinochet defeated Allende and expelled the communists from the country because they were haunted and poisoned the wells.
Civil War and every war after that
Greatest victory: Battle of Gaugamela
Greatest defeat: Battle of Manzikert
Greatest victory: battle of Guadalete 711
Greatest defeat: fall of Granada in 1492