World War 2 Facts – Mysterious Facts about World War II

World War II facts

Tsutomu Yamaguchi, a Japanese man is the only official survivor of both Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during WWII.

During WWII Air Combat, a pilot named Nicholas Alkemade survived 18,000 feet free fall from the sky along with his fighter plane.

During WW2, Japanese accepted the Jewish refugees and rejected the Nazi protest.

During WWII, when Hitler visited Paris, the French cut off the lift cables on the Eiffel Tower such that Hitler could only take steps if he wanted to reach the top.

During the WWII, the import of coco cola was stopped in Germany, instead the Germans created Fanta.

During WW2, due to the shortage of metal the Oscar’s actual golden statuettes were made of painted plaster for three years.

During WWII, more than 1.1 million Jewish children were murdered, killed or starved to death in the Holocaust.

After WWII, it is estimated that third of the Jewish population is been wiped out only because of the Holocaust.

In October 1941, the Roman Army Massacred 50,000 Jews called as the Odessa Massacre during WW2.

Beginning of WWII, Adolf Hitler collected Jewish artifacts before Jews extinction and planned to build a Museum once the war is over and it’s called the Museum of Extinct Race.

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