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    • Imagine getting fucking destroyed by a bear
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    • They had the right to arm bears.
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    • If I remember correctly they trained him to bring them ammo for crew served weapons. Sadly after the war they had to give him to a zoo, but the polish troops would still visit and give him beer and cigars occasionally.
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    • This doesn’t do the big guy justice. The polish army found him as a cub and couldn’t keep him so they gave him a tank to make it official. He carried ammunition and wrestled with the soldiers to. The company changed their insignia to the bear carrying an artillery round, which was his job.
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    • Madimir a month
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    • He actually helped carry artillery rounds to the front lines and he was a big moral supporter, like a dog but bigger and stronger...
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    • We know
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    • He carried artillery rounds and grenade crates to the ramparts when under siege. Some reports say he bit the collar of a wounded man and pulled him back.
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    • Oh? 2 Wojtek features? Good on ya goodboy
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    • When the war was over the bear was sent to a zoo, where the soldiers that knew him would jump the fence to bring him beer and cigs and just have a tussle with him
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    • Imagine spying on an enemy squad in the woods and you see a bear stand up, look at his clipboard, and 👉👉👆✌🖐✊👌 his fucking squad. I'd surrender immediately
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    • webe0436 a month
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    • He was actually more than just a mascot. He helped move artillery shells and ammo and could out drink most soldiers. Excellent morale booster for the troops
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    • This bear was bringing artillery shells to the guns during that battle it has in fact not only gain rank but had won a medal
      EOD_JAC_1 a month
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    • Imagine going to battle and then getting mauled by a drunk bear with a cigar in its mouth.
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    • kanep0e a month
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    • imagine you're in war and thinking "ah I'm behind cover I'm safe" and a fucking bear just comes around the corner and eats your ass
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    • He actually didn’t smoke the cigarettes. He ate them whole and would take unlit cigarettes. He knew if they were lit or not and would get angry if they weren’t
      MrNoonWoman a month
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    • Fact: Wojtek means happy warrior. Getting mauled by a bear named happy warrior.
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    • He didn't drop a single artillery shell or ammo crate. He would eat cigarettes, drink beer, and salute. He got his rank because while they couldn't take an animal, *Corporal* Wotjek was allowed on the ship.
      RandyRando a month
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    • The reason why this is important is because he actually helped load shells into an artillery gun. Like so others can see
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    • Imagine getting mauled by a bear and while you are dying a bunch of polish dudes come out and give the bear a cigarette and a beer and just chill with him.
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    • Imagine an enemy solider entering your trench and you think hes gonna rack a semi auto shotty but he whistles and a bear slides in.
      Kar_Keyz a month
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    • Two Wojtek features??? In the same day?! I’m in heaven
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    • Dang twice......?!?!
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    • When you pick cheese burger in farcry 5
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    • Imagine being outranked by a bear
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    • Pronounced "Vorteck"
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    • Nobody expects the polish war bear.
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    • Seriously you need to read the story about this bear. He's a duck ng legend
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    • Imagine being on the offensive attempting to invade Poland and a fucking bear sprints at you
      Broqeboyz a month
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    • He also would carry ammunition crates, but would show preference to lighter crates, and even helped the artillery crew with loading
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    • That wasn't just it. He'd go through warzones carrying tons of heavy ass ammo to troops DURING battle, and had at some point force to resign and stay in a zoo, where his comrades would visit and throw cigs with a lighter and beer for him to smoke and drink
      Zanoro a month
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    • Imagine trying to reaload youre kar 98 and you look to you're left and see a fukin bear in a polish uniform 😑😑 the 40's must have lit as fuck..
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    • Imagine being outranked by a bear
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    • His efforts were actually him helping carry heavy amunition crates to load heavier weaponry. Keep in mind though, he learned to do this on his own after watching the soldiers do the very same task
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    • You guys don’t understand. Wojtek the bear didn’t smoke cigarettes. He ate them. That’s not it, he only ate them when they were lit and if they weren’t he would throw it on the ground or at the person who gave him the cigarette.
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    • He hung out with the soldiers who kept him as a pet. In order to keep their friend they enlisted him as private and trained him to carry hundred of pounds of ammunition on the battle field for the soldiers and tanks.
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    • Yeah the full story is beautiful , found as a cub they adopted him into their platoon as a mascot at first but he had big arms so he could easily carry ammunition to people in need so began the legend , upon returning to their base pets weren’t aloud so they straight up made him a solider
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    • He actually got trained to hand artillery shells to the gunners as well, he was a total bro
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    • Fun fact, he was used for artillery, not battle. He would lift the soldiers spirits by carrying empty boxes of ammo and playing with them. He was so loved, the troops even made their flag a picture of him carrying a shell.
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    • Two Wojtek features in one set?
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    • Yes we know
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    • This fucking bear charging at me would make me shit myself in a battle, tanks... okay fine, machine guns... fine what ever... a bear, fuck this shit...
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    • Just imagine the other side “SARGE THEY GOT A FUCKING BEAR” “IS THAT A NEW WEAPON” “NO I MEAN THEY GOT A FUCKING BEAR”
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    • Part of an artillery division. He helped carry boxes of shells to their guns after seeing other men do it. After the fall of poland, random corps made through, russia, iran, iraq, to British Egypt where they got wojtek. He fought, as said, and then lived the rest of his life in a British zoo.
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    • Of course he's from Poland
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    • Imagine a fuckin bear being your commanding officer
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    • “Lieutenant! Deploy the bear!”
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    • He survived the war and was put in a zoo. The men that served with him reportedly climbed into his enclosure and play wrestled with him for fun.
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    • Here’s the story. This bear was rescued as a cub by these guys. After several years of being a spectator of war, he saw what his “comrades” did. They would carry shells and boxes of ammo to cannons and machine guns. As time went on, he thought he should help by carrying the boxes to the men.
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    • He carried shells to his mortar team, after the war, he was put in a zoo and people in his squad came by to play with him.
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    • If you look into it, he literally carried ammunition to the artillery
      Radio_Shaq a month
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    • He was an ammunition carrier for a Polish artillery division, and he was good at it; able to lift and carry multiple shells at a time with his bear strength.
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    • Seriously close this app, open wiki and read about this bear. You will not regret it
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    • Reminder that Poland contributed more to the war effort in WWII than France
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    • He also lived a hella long life, and he fought other bears, and even helped load artillery
      Suavagerex a month
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    • He was in an artillery regiment and was actually seen carrying artillery arround to help load it.
      BlitzMensch a month
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    • "so basically plan is we drop bear in trench".....okay, and then what? "We loot the bodies"
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    • He carried artillery shells to soldiers during the battle
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    • The bear was actually a part of the artillery division. It literally loaded shells
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    • I’m sorry are we just going to glance over the fact that his BEAR smoked cigs and drank beer??!!
      etothethan a month
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    • noon soldiers watching a bear carry artillery:
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    • Imagine working your way through the military just to be outranked by a bear.
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    • Didn’t this already get featured?
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    • Yeah we know
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    • No, he was given the rank colonel because the company wasn’t allowed to transport non military members with them.
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    • He also carried artillery shells for the troops! Check out simple history on YouTube for the whole story!
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    • This is the exact same post except in a different format
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    • This was like 10 features ago
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    • Asia has their own bear. A panda named Kokujin wa geidesu and he did nothing but eat bamboo and be a fat ass but he was a good shield because the bullets would just absorb into his fat
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    • BeegBeegBoi a month
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    • Ive seen this one before
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    • Anotha one?
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    • Is it wojteks birthday?
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    • Imagine being drafted into the military and during your first battle you saw a bear wearing a helmet and with a cigar blitz down and maul the guys in the foxhole right next to you (I know this wasn't what happened but it's funny to think about)
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    • His name is pronounced Voy-tech
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    • The reason he was given a rank was so he could get on a British transport ship
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    • What’s even better is that he mimicked the soldiers and actually carried empty shell casings away. Like full on did actual soldier work.
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    • If you wanna see wojtek in person the statues in Edinburgh Scotland
      Synergistic a month
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    • Hey I remember watching this on YouTube, the bear helped move like ammo crates and middles and shit on the front lines
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    • Ha nice! (10069)
      Big_Boof a month
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    • He actually carried the ammunition for an artillery gun in 100 pound crates of 25 pound shells. It usually took at least 4 men to carry one crate, but he managed to do it on his own.
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    • A drunk bear walks around the trench corner ripping a cigarette and holding two separate .50 cal turrets in each hand and a Rambo bandana. What u doin?
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    • Wojtek was said to be able to tell the difference between a lit cigarette and an unlit one, and was given official rank in order to pass through a border during the war
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    • See buzzfeed unsloved in YouTube they explain it better
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    • CHEESEBURGER
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    • I know he didn’t fight the enemy but imagine you’re just chilling in a bunker, returning fire and your m8 yells out “wtaf” and you turn around to see a fucking bear flanking you
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    • Did someone say monte cassino? Well then... *ahem* Mile after mile our march carries on No army may stop our approach Fight side by side Many nations unite At the shadow of Monte Cassino We fight and die together As we head for the valley of death Destiny calls We'll not surrender or fail
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    • I see. That’s why the Germans had a harder time with Poland than they did with France.
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    • The bear had the right to bare arms
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    • Can confirm, Wotjek was my grandpappy. I only inherited the cigarette smoking and beer drinking but not the right to bear arms.
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    • Bears can't enlist, he was drafted
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    • When the noon scout tells the rest of his group that he saw a bear drinking beer with the polish
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    • Imagine getting cocky about winning the war only to see a goddamn bear charging at you on the battlefield.
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    • Imagine being outranked by a bear
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    • He’d help the boys bring ammunition in. He’d literally carry huge ass boxes of rounds
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    • Well fuck. All America had was Sgt stubby the bulldog..I want to be like Poland
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    • It’s fucking cheeseburger
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