Dead Confederates, A Civil War Era Blog

They Don’t Teach This in Schools

Posted in Memory by Andy Hall on October 23, 2014

Clearly, my own politically-correct education is lacking:


what became known as the u-boat was actually the second generation submarine plans snuck out of dixie just after the fall of richmond….hitler knew that the confederacy is illegally occupied and knew the old saying “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” and my grandfather (the inventer of the jet fighter) in 1937 went to germany after the u.s turned his jet fighter idea down because it was “crazy and too stupid to work” and he met with hitler and shown the nazi high command his jet fighter prototype and test flew it and they bought it and the plans on the spot and in exchange my grandfather only asked for the recognition of the confederacy and military aid to liberate the confederacy which was agreed to….and only after war was declared on the u.s a u-boat was sent to north carolina where they were to meet with southerners who would be leading the liberation of the confederacy….but the sub never showed up


I had no idea. I really did not.



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  1. Al Mackey said, on October 23, 2014 at 7:06 pm

    These people really have mental problems.

  2. John Betts said, on October 26, 2014 at 2:31 pm

    I would definitely need to see some documentation for this to be anything more than fantasy. It’s important to note though that even if this is more than fantasy it’s not something I personally would be spreading around. He’s basically saying that his grandfather was a traitor who allied with one of history’s worst monsters in some quixotic quest to “free” the South. That’s certainly not something I’d be proud of or wish to be generally known about my family.

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