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Sound of Music - Naval Hero
Captin Von Trapp is an Austrian Naval Hero but Austria is a land-locked country.
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Jabba the Hutt on 10-04-2000
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liz writes:
Captain Georg Von Trapp was a Submarine Captain in the Austrian Navy during the First World War. At that time the Austro-Hungarian did have an extensive sea coast including much of the Baltic when the country was defeated in the War the boundaries were changed and Austria did indeed become land locked. check out your history!
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KittyKat20 writes:
The movie never says that the Captain was part of the Austrian Navy. The Reverend Mother says that he was in the Imperial Navy, which would be correct.
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Jabba the Hutt writes:
OK so Austria was part of Hungary and Hungary is bordering the water. So I made a mistake...for once.
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Gary Lynch writes:
Remember, the current holders of the Americas Cup is a Swiss team!
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Jenny writes:
It's obviously not going to be a slip up, 'cause it is based on a true story so they have all the facts they need from the family themselves
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Mimi writes:
yeah, liz and @sskicker are right- the producers would never make that big of a mistake on a movie, especially a on a production this big
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@ssKicker writes:
Some land-locked countries still have navies. They use estuaries going through other countries to get their boats across. Might sound weird, but there you go.
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