Anime about the failed Japanese invasion of Russia during the Russian Civil War when?
>invasion of Russia
just admit you just want an anime where Japan and US are allied
They'll do Kremlin palace dance anime before that.
I just want an anime that chronicles the adventures of an IJA soldier as he realizes the futility of his existence and the futility of the struggles around him.
JUST ONCE JAPAN CAN YOU BE LESS ASHAMED OF YOUR MILITARY FAILURES jeez nobody else takes it so hard
There's a Manga about Anastasia that's pretty good
>nobody else takes it so hard
Cough, "USA won Vietnam", cough
just no-one cares about what happened between ww1 and ww2
Nobody in the US has believed we won Vietnam War in over 35 years. That was a popular sentiment right up until the fall of Saigon, when everyone who was saying we won had to admit, yeah, we totally lost.
>Nobody in the US has believed we won Vietnam War in over 35 years
I can't believe I'm asying this in total seriousness, but, you've not been around teh intrawebs for long, haven't you?
Because about everytime Vietnam is mentioned as an US defeat in about any-fucking-place, there's bound to appear someone trolling saying that nope, they won, and someone else actually believing that.
So, let's leave it alone before day/k/are comes...
But, Anon, nobody even remembers the Russian Civil War. Everybody now believes that the Bolsheviks actually started the Revolution (which of course was instantaneous), and nobody even remembers that a White Russian used NOT to mean a cocktail.
Plus, the Japanese are more likely to make an anime about pic related
How about an anime about girls at a high school where each cute girl is representative of a unit of Horse Soldiers?
You could have 7th Cav-chan and 1st Cav-chan and Mongol Horse-Archer-chan and Wretched Englishman-chan, etc.
Did cavalry units really ride into battle shooting half of their ammo up in the air?
No, sometimes they rode in battle thrusting their pikes up in the air
Wouldn't work. Samurai-archers-chan would wind up being a total Mary Sue
>Nobody even remembers the Russian Civil War.
Speak for yourself, buddy.
It's true, though.
I was talking to a friend the other day, and I don't remember how we got on the topic, but I mentioned Russa in WW1, and he said something like, "Huh? Russia didn't fight in WW1, right?"
The autism go so heavy in the room you could smell it.
>Russian Civil War
Monthly /ak/ reminder that Józef Kowalski, last of the Polish Uhlans, veteran of the 1919 Battle of Komarow that won victory in the Russian-Polish war, stopping (until WWII) Soviet expansionism towards the West, died last December, aged 113.
Siberian Expedition/Siberian Intervention is not well-known, and isn't selected to be used for school textbooks.
>There's a Manga about Anastasia that's pretty good