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Theres a simple, if odd, explanation for it.

March 15 2004 at 11:50 AM
  (Login Vil_Elliott)
from IP address 209.148.112.85


Response to Small POLL and more....

There is something about World War II that a lot of people find engrossed by.

There is some aspect of World War II, that for some reason, fascinates your average world citizen, more than World War I. I have absolutely no idea why.

Perhaps its because there were far more strategic, fluid battles in WWII? Perhaps its because the "indredible evil" of Germany in WWI is debatable, but its almost completely undebatable that Germany was evil in WWII? Perhaps its that there were still large ammounts of WWII aircraft to be seen in everyday life when the modeling business started to really take off, so all these kids who got into modeling, would start modeling all the cool aircraft right after WWII? Wheras, there was no 'easy modeling' after WWI.

I dunno. Im sure theres lots of explanations. Its odd, especially considering more people died in WWI.

-Vil.

 
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