world war II: what will you do for them?

Philippines
April 13, 2007 12:34am CST
i read the book 'world war II'. And its a really fascinating book! its wonderful. and i feel pitty to those people who existed that time for the children for the family... what i want to know is, if you were alive that time and you have this special power like, nothing could kill you or something, you will be strong always... what will you do for the people who are suffering...? just curious..
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• United States
13 Apr 07
I would transport as many German Jews, and Catholics, homsexuals, scholars and transport them to the Americans.The problem is that they would not be welcome back then. Many would refuse to go because they wouldn't believe me when I told them what was to happen.
• Philippines
13 Apr 07
well, you can transport them in times of war if you can find a good route where the enemy could not see you... thanks! and the people will really go with you.
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@dani27 (546)
• United States
13 Oct 07
I don't know about a special power, but this subject is very difficult. My grandfather was drafted in the war before Pearl Harbor happened and came home after the bombing on the Japanese. He fought at Iwo Jima for the 30+ long days. My feelings are that for anyone Americans, Japanese, Germans and all others who were involved they had a duty to their country and/or beliefs and who to help is hard but I think if I had a power I could have stopped the war.