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How Bacon Helped Fight The Nazis. - WW2 Military History

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Check out my youtube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiy-XPoWThicpM30RGF_wbw

This short video is going to cover how bacon helped fight the Nazis. During WW2 animal fat was taken and refined into multiple products, from the life saving to the explosive. Including nitroglycerin, TNT, and Cordite. Many Nazis died due to explosives or propellant that was once on an American or British dinner flying pan.

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About me:
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I'm Imperial Scribe, I make animations about military and naval history as well as war theory. I put out 1-2 major battle videos per month with a number of shorter videos in between.

My twitter:
Subscribe: http://bit.ly/ISSubLink

Support the channel at my patreon:
https://www.patreon.com/ImperialScribe

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Suggestions:
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The Battle of The Delta: The First Recorded Naval Battle
http://bit.ly/BOTheDelta

The British Battleship: The Ship of The Line:
http://bit.ly/ShipofTheLine

Why Did Sailors Swab The Deck?
http://bit.ly/WhyDidSailorsSwabTheDeck

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Schedule:
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Upcoming videos:

August:
Battle of Thermopylae. [Long]
The storming of gate pah. [Long]
How the Roman empire built their way to victory. [short]

Note: Schedule is tentative.

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Attributions:
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Music:
Troposphere - Purple Planet Music
CCA Liscense
http://www.purple-planet.com/

Music (outro):
FarAway - Copyrightfreemusic
http://bit.ly/2KPtigC

Stock sound effects:
https://freesound.org/

May include miscellaneous licensed stock art.

Information is derived from a number of historical sources including websites, historians, and literature. The fog of history is a real thing, even relatively recent events often have sources in disagreement or relying on one another. When possible information is derived from first-hand sources and where not possible information is found by taking multiple second-hand sources. It is not possible for anyone to guarantee perfect historical accuracy, but I do my absolute best to ensure that all information in my videos is well sourced and backed up by historical sources and evidence.

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That's a veritably resourceful tactic. Short an to the point, thank you.
Now, you could make a NEWGROUNDS version where you're not scolded for talking a little chemistry, right?

ImperialScribe responds:

Not a bad idea.

GO BACON! :D