World War 2 Facts – Mysterious Facts about World War II

10 facts about World War 2

During WWII, a Japanese consul sanctioned 6,000 visas for Jews even after his government and Nazi were against him.

After publication of WWII war book, “Anne Frank’s Diary” written by Anne Frank, the SS Nazi officer karl Silberbauer who captured Anne Frank brought the book to check weather his name is mentioned or not.

After the WWII, the SS officer karl Silberbauer who captured Anne Frank became the member of Intelligence service for West Germany

During WWII, Tojo Hideki the Japanese war criminal surrendered and attempted suicide in jail but the Allies restrained him and brought him to justice by hanging.

During WWII a Bear served for the Polish Army by carrying shells for the Frontline soldiers.

During WWII, Canada issued buttons to people who tried to enlist but were rejected due to medical reasons to show the willingness to serve the country.

During WWII, the number of people died in Auschwitz Holocaust is more than the loss of British and U.S combined.

During WWII, Nutella was introduced by a pastry maker by combining hazelnuts with very little chocolate because cocoa was in short supply due to war rationing.

During WWII, flash lights of London’s Big Ben are dimmed so that enemy bombers cannot mark on it.

During WWII, the slogan ‘keep calm and carry on” is posted by the British to preserve morale on people even after the air attacks by the Nazi invasion.

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