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Hetalia - Deliver Us

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Published on Oct 25, 2009

Okay... I've been wanting to make a Hetalia vid with this song for a looooong time, and I finally decided to take action. This was such a big project with all the fanart-searching and the organizing of the video itself, but I'm pretty happy with the final result and I hope all you viewers are too. Please rate and comment, and thanks for watching ^^ P.S. I'm so sad that I couldn't attend a Hetalia Day Meeting TT_TT Sigh, hopefully I can go next year. But this is my way of celebrating Hetalia Day so... HAPPY HETALIA DAY EVERYONE!!!

Song: Deliver Us
From: Prince of Egypt Soundtrack

There's bits of storyline in some parts...

For the river lullaby... well, Wang Yao must've had a mother, or someone who acted as one, at some point in his life. I'm one of those people who supports the theory that Native America/North America was the mother of America and Canada. I thought the picture with Arthur and Antonio was cute. Another thing is that Arthur can be seen as the "river," and Alfred and Matthew are the "precious cargo."

When the pictures start going fast the first time in the vid... it's supposed to be a sort of timeline: the American Revolution, (it jumps to the) Japanese Invasion of China in 1937, Poland 1939, Fall of France (May 1940), Axis Powers are Formed (September 1940), Pearl Harbor(1941), End of WWII (1945), Cold War (Began 1945), Korean War (Began 1950), Vietnam War (Began 1959), Sino-Soviet Split (1961), Erection of the Berlin Wall (1961), and the very last one is supposed to be 9/11 (2001).

This video is NOT a real depiction of the actual countries or history and is not meant to be. This video was created for entertainment purposes ONLY.
Feel free to post any questions for me if you have any ^^

I don't own Hetalia, the song, the pictures, or the lyrics. Hetalia belongs to Hidekaz Himaruya; the song and lyrics belong to the Prince of Egypt Soundtrack; and the pictures belong to their respective, and talented, artists on DA and photobucket.

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