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* CrossOver: Has two crossovers with Cody of WebVideo/AlternateHistoryHub where they explain the changes and events of Creator/HarryTurtledove's ''[[Literature/Timeline191 Southern Victory]]'' and ''Literature/{{Worldwar}}'' novel series. These videos typically feature an AHH version of his avatar.

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* CrossOver: Has two crossovers with Cody of WebVideo/AlternateHistoryHub WebAnimation/AlternateHistoryHub where they explain the changes and events of Creator/HarryTurtledove's ''[[Literature/Timeline191 Southern Victory]]'' and ''Literature/{{Worldwar}}'' novel series. These videos typically feature an AHH version of his avatar.



* GotVolunteered: The end of the first part of the ''Literature/Timeline191'' crossover with WebVideo/AlternateHistoryHub implies that Cody roped Tigerstar into the series unwittingly.

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* GotVolunteered: The end of the first part of the ''Literature/Timeline191'' crossover with WebVideo/AlternateHistoryHub WebAnimation/AlternateHistoryHub implies that Cody roped Tigerstar into the series unwittingly.



* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Tigerstar has to do this during [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMGLIcznmGw Part 4 of his]] ''Literature/Timeline191'' crossover with WebVideo/AlternateHistoryHub, when noting that the Union nuked Newport News, Virginia, simply because of outdated intel claiming Confederate dictator and [[PuttingOnTheReich Hitler expy]] [[BigBad Jake Featherston]] was there.

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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Tigerstar has to do this during [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMGLIcznmGw Part 4 of his]] ''Literature/Timeline191'' crossover with WebVideo/AlternateHistoryHub, WebAnimation/AlternateHistoryHub, when noting that the Union nuked Newport News, Virginia, simply because of outdated intel claiming Confederate dictator and [[PuttingOnTheReich Hitler expy]] [[BigBad Jake Featherston]] was there.


* TomTheDarkLord: Tigerstar has this opinion of the later BigBad of ''Literature/Timeline191'', Jake Featherston. This was after trying to flavor his first mention of Featherston in the series with OminousThunder.

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* TomTheDarkLord: Tigerstar has this opinion of the later BigBad of ''Literature/Timeline191'', Jake Featherston. This was after trying to flavor his first mention of Featherston in the series with OminousThunder.DramaticThunder.


* TomTheDarkLord: Tigerstar has this opinion of the later BigBad of ''Literature/Timeline191'', Jake Featherston.

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* TomTheDarkLord: Tigerstar has this opinion of the later BigBad of ''Literature/Timeline191'', Jake Featherston. This was after trying to flavor his first mention of Featherston in the series with OminousThunder.

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* UsefulNotes/ArabIsraeliConflict: Has videos dedicated to the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, the 1967 Six-Day War, and the 1973 Yom Kippur War.


* ArtisticLicenseHistory: In ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z95rjT0c6mI History Class Horror Stories]]'', he tells stories of his youth over some of his teachers who got historic facts wrong much to his horror like how one teacher mistaken 1960's Civil Rights Activist Malcolm X as American Civil War anti-slavery activist Frederick Douglass.
** He has an entire series on terrible maps. In more recent episodes, the last map is the worst (in his opinion), and gets rated "[=Nope/10=]".

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: ArtisticLicenseHistory:
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In ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z95rjT0c6mI History Class Horror Stories]]'', he tells stories of his youth over some of his teachers who got historic facts wrong much to his horror like how one teacher mistaken 1960's Civil Rights Activist Malcolm X as American Civil War anti-slavery activist Frederick Douglass.
** He has an a number of series dedicated to calling this out, from Gavin Menzies' bizarre claim that Chinese admiral Zheng He discovered the entire series on terrible maps. In more recent episodes, world, to the last map is the worst (in ancient ''Historia Regnum Britanniae''.
* ArtisticLicenseGeography: The focus of
his opinion), and gets rated "[=Nope/10=]"."terrible maps" series.


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* BrokeTheRatingScale: He has an entire series on terrible maps. In more recent episodes, the last map is the worst (in his opinion), and gets rated "[=Nope/10=]".

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* TomTheDarkLord: Tigerstar has this opinion of the later BigBad of ''Literature/Timeline191'', Jake Featherston.
-->'''Tigerstar:''' Okay, sorry, I could never find that name intimidating.


* TheCameo: He got a brief appearance from the Cynical Historian in his first episode of ''Bad History'' about pseudohistorian Gavin Menzies and his book ''[[BasedOnAGreatBigLie 1421]]''.

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* TheCameo: He got a brief appearance from Cypher the Cynical Historian in his first episode of ''Bad History'' about pseudohistorian Gavin Menzies and his book ''[[BasedOnAGreatBigLie 1421]]''.1421]]''. The mere mention of Menzies resulted in [[{{Beat}} awkward silence]] from Cypher, and him burying his face in the book he was reading.

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* TheCameo: He got a brief appearance from the Cynical Historian in his first episode of ''Bad History'' about pseudohistorian Gavin Menzies and his book ''[[BasedOnAGreatBigLie 1421]]''.


-->'''Tigerstar:''' [[LampshadeHanging Do I have any say in this]]?

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-->'''Tigerstar:''' [[LampshadeHanging Do I have any a say in this]]?

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-->'''Tigerstar:''' [[LampshadeHanging Do I have any say in this]]?

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* GotVolunteered: The end of the first part of the ''Literature/Timeline191'' crossover with WebVideo/AlternateHistoryHub implies that Cody roped Tigerstar into the series unwittingly.


->"''GUYS! NUKES! AREN'T! TOYS!''"
-->--'''Emperor Tigerstar''', in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMGLIcznmGw a video about]] Literature/Timeline191


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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Tigerstar has to do this during [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMGLIcznmGw Part 4 of his]] ''Literature/Timeline191'' crossover with WebVideo/AlternateHistoryHub, when noting that the Union nuked Newport News, Virginia, simply because of outdated intel claiming Confederate dictator and [[PuttingOnTheReich Hitler expy]] [[BigBad Jake Featherston]] was there.
-->'''Tigerstar:''' ''GUYS! NUKES! AREN'T! TOYS!''


* WarHasNeverBeenSoMuchFun: He has a video where he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8bPJxWlBvI points out Japanese POW camps during World War I]] (when they were part of the Allies), and describes them as actually being fairly pleasant places for German prisoners captured from a battle in Chingdao, China. They were permitted many amenities in the prison camps (so long as they didn't do anything bad or try to escape, though at worst they were still weren't treated cruelly), and even allowed to make money. It also explains why Germans were more amicable to allowing the Empire of Japan to join the Axis during World War II.

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* WarHasNeverBeenSoMuchFun: He has a video where he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8bPJxWlBvI points out Japanese POW camps during World War I]] (when they were part of the Allies), and describes them as actually being fairly pleasant places for German prisoners captured from a battle in Chingdao, China. They were permitted many amenities in the prison camps (so long as they didn't do anything bad or try to escape, though at worst they were still weren't treated cruelly), and even allowed to make money. It also explains why Germans were more amicable to allowing the Empire of Japan to join the Axis during World War II.


* WarHasNeverBeenSoMuchFun: He has a video where he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8bPJxWlBvI points out Japanese POW camps during World War I]] (when they were part of the Allies), and describes them as actually being fairly pleasant places for German prisoners captured from a battle in Chingdao, China. It also explains why Germans were more amicable to allowing the Empire of Japan to join the Axis during World War II.

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* WarHasNeverBeenSoMuchFun: He has a video where he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8bPJxWlBvI points out Japanese POW camps during World War I]] (when they were part of the Allies), and describes them as actually being fairly pleasant places for German prisoners captured from a battle in Chingdao, China. They were permitted many amenities in the prison camps (so long as they didn't do anything bad or try to escape, though at worst they were still weren't treated cruelly), and even allowed to make money. It also explains why Germans were more amicable to allowing the Empire of Japan to join the Axis during World War II.II.
** Some of the artwork produced by German [=POWs=] in Japan, ironically, was destroyed by American firebombing in WWII.

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** He has an entire series on terrible maps. In more recent episodes, the last map is the worst (in his opinion), and gets rated "[=Nope/10=]".


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* WarHasNeverBeenSoMuchFun: He has a video where he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8bPJxWlBvI points out Japanese POW camps during World War I]] (when they were part of the Allies), and describes them as actually being fairly pleasant places for German prisoners captured from a battle in Chingdao, China. It also explains why Germans were more amicable to allowing the Empire of Japan to join the Axis during World War II.

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