adolf hitler contribution in french revolution?


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Okay, so what you have to understand is that in the 1700's, there were no telephones, radios, tanks, or airplanes.  So ol' Adolph really had to do some quick thinking to save the French from the cake loving Marie.  He looked around for help.

Sir Francis Drake was busy circumcising the world with a 100 foot clipper.  Henry VIII couldn't walk, because he had an abbess on his knee.  Queen Elizabeth I couldn't spare her navy.  They were busy defeating the Spanish Armadillo.

Finally Hitler called upon Cleopatra.  She halted production of the pyramids, which are huge triangular cubes, to help him.  Now ya see, they were in the desert, so they traveled by Camelot.  It was slow going, but she mustarded her troops.  Huzzah!! 

Shakespeare, who was living in Windsor with his merry wives, wrote a play about the victory.  In it, Hitler rations his views by relieving himself in a long soliloquy.

And history was made! 

(or rather, made up)

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Yin And Yang
Yin And Yang commented
OMG!!!!! Happy! I almost copy and pasted this answer for when I help my kids do their history lesson! IT'S MADE UP???
Ancient Hippy
Ancient Hippy commented
Hitler was born 100 years after the French Revolution so he couldn't have made a contribution.
HappyTo BeHereTo
HappyTo BeHereTo commented
A long time ago when I was teaching, I read a compilation of real student mistakes. It was a hilarious history of the world. I remembered a few, and made the rest up. :)

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