Showing:

Funny satire stories about World War II

Try another search?

Showing page 1 (of 6 pages)
Funny story: White House Laments Roosevelt Didn't Have #HitlerSucks in 1940's, Could Have Shortened War

White House Laments Roosevelt Didn't Have #HitlerSucks in 1940's, Could Have Shortened War

Washington D.C. - Sixteen year-old White House Spokesman, Jay Carney, commented in today's presidential press briefing that it was a shame the Roosevelt administration didn't have the benefit of hashtags in the early days of World War II so they...
View 'White House Laments Roosevelt Didn't Have #HitlerSucks in 1940's, Could Have Shortened War'
Funny story: 69 Years Later, Jews Still Angry Over That Whole Nazi Thing

69 Years Later, Jews Still Angry Over That Whole Nazi Thing

Buenos Aires, Brazil - Despite the passage of nearly 70 years, many Jews are still holding onto anger over the attempt by the German Nazi Party to exterminate them as a people group. "They tried to kill us out of existence, as a people, as a rel...
View '69 Years Later, Jews Still Angry Over That Whole Nazi Thing'
Funny story: BBC Plans New TV Channel for Senior Citizens and Ukip Supporters

BBC Plans New TV Channel for Senior Citizens and Ukip Supporters

BBC Director-General Tony Hall has announced that under pressure from the Daily Mail and with the rise of Ukip the BBC is to introduce a new TV channel to cater for neo fascists and closet racists. "As a public service the BBC is mandated to refle...
View 'BBC Plans New TV Channel for Senior Citizens and Ukip Supporters'
Funny story: A World War II German U-Boat Found In An English Castle Moat

A World War II German U-Boat Found In An English Castle Moat

LIVERPOOL - A couple of brothers who were out hunting squirrels in the English countryside have come upon an amazing discovery. Wilfred and Wilbur Nottingfield of Liverpool said that as they were walking near the old St. Sally's Castle they notice...
View 'A World War II German U-Boat Found In An English Castle Moat'
Funny story: A World War II Nazi General Found Living In A Cave In An Isolated South Pacific Island

A World War II Nazi General Found Living In A Cave In An Isolated South Pacific Island

SAN FRANCISCO - A reporter with American Spotlight Magazine has just learned that a World War II Nazi officer has been found living in a cave on a remote South Pacific Island. The Nazi officer identified as General Hans Studebaker fled Germany aft...
View 'A World War II Nazi General Found Living In A Cave In An Isolated South Pacific Island'
Funny story: Japanese Premier Burned By Pants On Fire

Japanese Premier Burned By Pants On Fire

Yesterday, Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, paid his "deepest respects" to the war dead at a Shinto shrine in Tokyo. The shrine honors, among others, Class A war criminals from World War II. Some were executed after the war because they committe...
View 'Japanese Premier Burned By Pants On Fire'
Funny story: Most German comedians not funny says Benjamin Netanyahoo

Most German comedians not funny says Benjamin Netanyahoo

The nationalities of the 10 funniest comedians in the world are: 1) American 2) British 3) Israeli 4) Irish 5) Scottish 6) Vietnamese 7) Chinese 8) North Korean 9) Afghanistan 10) German This is according to exit polls at Jous...
View 'Most German comedians not funny says Benjamin Netanyahoo'
Funny story: Statue of World War II Hero Duck, Quentin Quackers, to Be Waddled into Duck Heritage Museum

Statue of World War II Hero Duck, Quentin Quackers, to Be Waddled into Duck Heritage Museum

It's been 68 years and a billion roasted ducks since World War II ended. Over that time span memories have faded, people have become jaded and copious culinary duck recipes have been created. Somewhere buried in the annals of history are the accomp...
View 'Statue of World War II Hero Duck, Quentin Quackers, to Be Waddled into Duck Heritage Museum'
Funny story: U.S. Explorers Discover A World War II German U-Boat In An Alaskan Iceberg

U.S. Explorers Discover A World War II German U-Boat In An Alaskan Iceberg

JUNEAU, Alaska - A Group of Arctic explorers from Walla Walla, Washington have reported making a fantastic find. Team leader Marco Ruckertucker, 42, told the news media that his group of six explorers, who have been dubbed The Magnificent 7 by Mic...
View 'U.S. Explorers Discover A World War II German U-Boat In An Alaskan Iceberg'
Funny story: British Cities To Be Protected By Barrage Balloons Again!

British Cities To Be Protected By Barrage Balloons Again!

David Cameron has announced a return of barrage balloons to protect the people of Britain's cities from the latest terrorist threat - model aircraft bombs. The balloons, already ordered from China should begin to arrive in Britain within the next few...
View 'British Cities To Be Protected By Barrage Balloons Again!'
Funny story: Forgotten Heroes of World War II: Part 7

Forgotten Heroes of World War II: Part 7

There are many stories of bravery and heroism from the Second World War, but one group of people are often completely ignored in the complex and significant history of that period. In her new book "Bozo's War", historian Wendy Wilsfalov explores the roles that clowns played during WW2 on both sides. She argues that many operations during the conflict could not been successfully carried out with...
View 'Forgotten Heroes of World War II: Part 7'
Funny story: A World War II Japanese Two-Man Sub Found In Lake Erie

A World War II Japanese Two-Man Sub Found In Lake Erie

CLEVELAND - A member of the Ohio Military Historical Society has just announced an unbelievable announcement. Speaking before the monthly meeting of the OMHS, Executive Director Mervin W. Kiddlefuddle, 61, stated that a couple of scuba divers from...
View 'A World War II Japanese Two-Man Sub Found In Lake Erie'
Funny story: Carrier Pigeons Secret WWII Message Decoded

Carrier Pigeons Secret WWII Message Decoded

UK intelligence agency GCHQ has spent weeks attempting to decipher a secret WWII message found on a dead pigeons leg that was discovered up a chimney in leafy Surrey. After initially appealing to the public for help they've finally cracked it them...
View 'Carrier Pigeons Secret WWII Message Decoded'
Funny story: A Beginner's Guide to German

A Beginner's Guide to German

German is an language spoken by over 80 million people. There have been many great people throughout history who have spoken it. Learning German can allow you to understand anyone from Wankel to Seimens, from Kahn to Kant. From Bach to the Fuhrer. It is an elegant but guttural language, which is intended to be shouted angrily in a shrill voice. One important thing to remember is that all...
View 'A Beginner's Guide to German'
Funny story: Great Battleships of World War II

Great Battleships of World War II

The golden age of the battleship was undoubtedly World War II. Although first used in the 1800s, initial models were pulled by dolphins, who quickly tired. Thankfully the invention of the steam engine soon led to vastly increased power and size of the ships. By the time WW2 arrived, these iron titans of the sea were ready to cock-slap each other out of the water with great vigour, ultimately decid...
View 'Great Battleships of World War II'
Funny story: British tabloids in Right Wing Nazi Probe

British tabloids in Right Wing Nazi Probe

Armed Response Units surrounded a number of London addresses in the early hours of yesterday morning. In a series of dramatic dawn raids, several high ranking members of staff, believed to be linked to several popular British tabloids, were arrested...
View 'British tabloids in Right Wing Nazi Probe'
Funny story: Monty's Airborne Lions

Monty's Airborne Lions

There are many amazing untold tales of World War II. Perhaps one of the most extraordinary is that of the Airborne Lions, a British parachute regiment commanded by Field Marshal Montgomery. They only flew one mission before they were disbanded, but that mission was to prove critical to the war's outcome. The idea for the mission came from Churchill himself, who believed that air-dropping a numb...
View 'Monty's Airborne Lions'
Funny story: Build-a-bugger conference fails to regulate internet

Build-a-bugger conference fails to regulate internet

Virginia - At attempt to regulate the internet went awry today when the official order to shut down the internet for the ninety-nine percent failed to make it past the hotel firewall, according to our hotel mole at the scene, Ms. Kay Sparks. Mr. .
View 'Build-a-bugger conference fails to regulate internet'

Showing page 1 (of 6 pages)
Breaking News...

New York now belongs to the Polar Circle!

The deep freeze hitting northeast US has forced Google Maps to enter the area into the Polar circle. Eskimos and Polar Bears were seen playing in the snow after deserting their global-warmed homeland!
Increase speedPlayback speedIncrease speed Help
Skip backwardsPausePlaySkip forward

Mailing List

Get Spoof News in your email inbox!

Email:

What's 4 plus 3?

1 16 20 7


80 readers are online right now!

Go to top