Talk:Maginot Line

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"Luckily, the French quickly surrendered and cleverly allowed the United Kingdom, United States and the Soviet Union to fight World War II for them."

"The loss of 200 lives in the cheeseslide in the city of Ramélle are considered to be the most French casualties suffered in World War II.

According to Wikipedia, 562'000 French people, including 82'000 Jews living in France, perished in WWII. The United States lost 418'000 people, the UK 450'000. I love the wit and the absolutely ingenious level of truth here on Uncyclopedia, but this French-bashing is senseless. --83.181.98.22 10:27, 9 September 2007 (UTC)

...French bashing is actually a double edged joke against [stroke]W's voting demographic[/stroke] the retarded quarter of Americans.

Yes... but this article is simply hilarious! --Vana 14:36, 9 September 2007 (UTC)

I suggest a series on all of the worlds highly successful walls. The Great Wall of China, proved [[conquest]impentrable] to the Mongolians.

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