Dark Blue world:Czech depression of World War II

In addition to Switzerland, Sweden, Portugal, Ireland and a very few countries, European countries basically participated in World War II. So after the war, countries also made countless World War II movies, summarized as follows: 1: the victorious countries: Britain’s film is the best, only how the British people fought to defeat the fascists; France is not good:

1,the victorious countries: Britain’s film is the best shot, nothing more than how the British people fought to defeat the fascists; France is not good, a few weeks by the German sweep, shoot out too embarrassing, but fortunately there are resistance groups, so countless films about the resistance was shot. The Soviet Union, needless to say, was overused. Finland is also considered half of the victorious countries, but the main enemy is the Soviet Union, so after getting rid of the Soviet control of the Soviet-Finnish war films, although defeated, but the fight was wonderfully tenacious, but also have the capital to blow a blow.

2,of the defeated countries: Germany can only shoot reflections, reflect well, and keep reflecting.

Austria has Germany as the head of the bird, they also continue to whitewash themselves as “victim countries”, but sometimes can not be whitewashed, even Hitler himself was Austrian. So Austria claimed that all the fault was the Nazis, and as for the Nazis, everyone naturally thought of Germany. Of course, other servant countries also think so, so Austria as the first, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria are basically choose to silence, indeed, there is nothing to say, say more to their own bad. Yugoslavia has made a lot of World War II movies, after all, Yugoslavia really fought, but also fought well. But after the dissolution of Yugoslavia, Croatia is also silent. Although Croatia did a lot of bad things for Germany during World War II, the end of World War II and made the worst, many people were slaughtered by the Serbs, but those historical triangular debt is now not cleaned up, many things are not good to say, I guess we still have to continue to reflect, after all, completely overturned is not good, not overturned and too stifling.

Italy in the defeated countries to make the best film, Italy is the Axis powers, but did not do anything bad, even the poor Jews in Italy are living well, the last massacre was done by the Germans. So, Italy has no historical burden to make films on various subjects. The Nazis were bad, Mussolini was stupid, soldiers didn’t want to fight, ordinary people’s resistance and confusion, the tragic fate of the Jews. This, on the contrary, allowed Italy to produce a considerable number of very good films. Of course, to think about how intense the Italian film battle scenes even if the Italian army’s poor command of low morale really nothing can be properly restored to the war scenes, usually the enemy a rush to drop.

3, the sauce of the country.

First of all, the big Bobo, Poland has always been the most victimized country, naturally, is to shoot up to spare no effort. During the Cold War black Germany, saying how brutal the Germans, after the Cold War began to say Russia, saying how bad the Russians killed so many of us. As for the war scenes? There is nothing to say about the way the war was fought.

And the other Nordic countries. Iceland is not much of a story, except for a few fishermen’s girls who fall in love with British soldiers. The biggest conflict was an armed struggle between Icelandic men and British soldiers near the end of the war, but not even qualified for a documentary. Sweden has been stifling a lot of money, and its main concern during World War II was how to claim royalties from countries around the world that copied the Bofors guns. It was impossible to make a film about the executives of Bofors running around the world, running to the Soviet Union and saying that your 37 anti-aircraft guns were suspected of piracy and that you should pay for them; running to the United States and saying that your imitations of Bofors did not even change the caliber and the name, and that there was no end to it until the money was paid. The final ending was that with the efforts of the executives, the royalties were obtained from the Americans, while the Soviet Union was always reneging on its debts. Does such a movie look good? Norway at least fought, although really can not fight, but can learn from the French minions, our resistance is still very powerful. Danish films have seen a total of three World War II theme, one is the opening of the war when the Danish army at the cost of 16 people stubbornly blocked the German army for several hours, another is the occupation of Denmark during the work of the British intelligence agencies, and then caught, also considered the resistance, and another is the Danish forced to surrender after the war German dolls to dig mines.

Then there are the soy sauce countries of Western Europe, the Netherlands and Belgium are similar to France, but at least resisted, as for the SS Walloon Division, anyone else remember that history?

And finally, the Czech Republic. The poor Czech Republic, the seventh best army in Europe, with a strong military industry, died before World War II even started. To tell the reason for its demise? It would offend the victors, Britain and France, because everyone on earth knows that they betrayed Czechoslovakia, and the Big Bobo would be upset because the Big Bobo didn’t do anything good when Germany annexed Czechoslovakia. Complaining about Nazi atrocities? The Nazis did get a lot of money from the Czech Republic, but they didn’t do much to harm the Czechs. How did the Czechs fight back? The only thing that the Czechs did not do was to go to France as part of the Foreign Legion, or to England as part of the RAF. Even the only uprising was done by the little brothers, the Slovaks. The Czech Republic seemed to be left with one attitude before the war, during the war, and even after the war: silence. The Czechs were like sensible and wise but timid intellectuals who knew how to make their lives happier and liked a quiet and peaceful environment, but were always silent in the face of violence. The only time they spoke out was decades later in the Prague Spring, but in the context of the Cold War, it was possible to use it as an example of propaganda, but impossible to change the big picture. But perhaps it was this attitude that made the “velvet divorce” so unusual, and the peaceful separation of the Czechs and Slovaks an almost unique case in history.

This movie is about the hundreds of Czech pilots who fought in World War II, and the next one should be about the thousands of Czech Army troops who will fight.