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1 Young Jamie: But Star Wars - the movie - came out five years before we left our time.
2 Young Jamie: If it doesn't exist in this timeline, then the divergence point must be earlier than 1977.
3 Young Adam: Quick! Who won World War II?
3 Young Jamie: Don't be silly. Obviously the same as in our time.
4 Adam: Yeah. We probably wouldn't even be here if the Nazis had lost.
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There's some sort of law of the universe, that in any time travel story, it's inevitable that Nazis will get mentioned somewhere.
I swear I did not know this until I did a search just now, after writing the opening sentence of this annotation...
But yes, there's a trope about it. And, what's more, that trope is even more restrictive than what I mentioned above, yet this strip still fits it.
Although, it says:
About the only time travel that doesn't result in a Nazi Victory is travelling to the future...Ha! Well, here you go, then. Here's a counter-example.
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