Written by whatinthe world

Monday, 27 July 2009

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scenes from a war that are now falsely derived

In mind blowingly staggering news, World War II has been exposed as a cinematic fake recreated on several Hollywood sound stages by directors including John Ford, Cecil B DeMille, Howard Hawks and even Charlie Chaplin.

All the momentous events from the 2 September 1939 right through to the last day of hostilities, 15 August 1945, have been shown to be nothing more than well planned happenings directed by Hollywood's elite movie makers.

Gob smacked historians couldn't believe their ears when the news broke this morning following a death bed confession by a former gofa who claimed to be employed on many of the sets.

The individual revealed that John Ford was recruited to direct many of the large battle scenes such as the invasion of Russia by Germany, the fall of France and the subsequent June 6 D Day landings.

The bombings of cities such as London, Hamburg and Warsaw was cleverly executed by Howard Hawks using models and papier mache landscapes.

Chaplin directed the concentration camp scenes at the end of the "war" and even acted as Hitler in a lot of scenes depicting the Fuhrer inspecting the troops.

The pivotal moments in WWII were done by DeMille where Berlin is shown to be completely obliterated by Soviet armed attacks together with the explosion of the nuclear bomb over Hiroshima, which was enacted on a Hollywood sound stage in the San Fernando valley outside LA.

The revelations have rocked the entire global community, and people who watched these news reels in the 1940s are now asking for their money back.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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