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If you had not been born before 1945 the probability is that the person who is you would never have been born at all:

Northman

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07/16/2013 10:48 PM

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If you had not been born before 1945 the probability is that the person who is you would never have been born at all:
Hitler and a few henchmen brought about the deaths of 60+
million people. That was a considerably larger proportion of the worlds population at that time than it is now. World War two changed the world and the destiny of the world. If WW2 had not occurred the world would be an entirely different place than what it is today and the probability is very high that the person that is you would not even exist, but here's the twist..you would still exist and you would still be someone, just not you.
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07/16/2013 10:50 PM

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Re: If you had not been born before 1945 the probability is that the person who is you would never have been born at all:
60 million? LoL, is that the number they are using now?

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07/16/2013 11:13 PM
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Re: If you had not been born before 1945 the probability is that the person who is you would never have been born at all:
Hitler and a few henchmen brought about the deaths of 60+
million people. That was a considerably larger proportion of the worlds population at that time than it is now. World War two changed the world and the destiny of the world. If WW2 had not occurred the world would be an entirely different place than what it is today and the probability is very high that the person that is you would not even exist, but here's the twist..you would still exist and you would still be someone, just not you.
Quoting: Northman

American, UK and European bankers all financed Hitler's rise to power, and actively created the military powerhouse Germany became.

The University of Madrid calculated in a research project over 20 years ago, that Stalin's immediate regime was responsible for the deaths of 80 million people (most from deliberate starvation), and Chairman Mao is attributed with 60 million.

The Spanish Flu, which was a bio-warfare project of the American's at the time, is considered by some to have wiped out nearly 1/4 of the world's entire population. It was given different names in different parts of the world to reduce hysteria and panic.

The 20th century was surely one of the darkest and most ruthless periods of mankind's recorded history so far.