There has been an issue that has been on my mind for quite some time now. For the past couple years there has arisen a new phenomenon where the fact that Captain America fought Nazis has been ignored because they have been replaced by HYDRA. This first began with the show Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes when we first meet Captain America and the Red Skull. It then continued with Captain America: The First Avenger where the Nazis were only given a few references while the Nazis dominated the movie. And now Avengers Alliance as well as the show Avengers Assemble continue what Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes started. Now I don't know about you but I do not consider the Nazis and HYDRA the same because in the comics HYDRA was started by Baron Strucker after World War II, not by the Red Skull during World War II; and in Captain America: TFA Johann Schmidt himself said "we both knew HYDRA could grow no further in Hitler's shadow."
So what does this mean? It means that Marvel is completely ignoring nearly 80 years of comic book history in which Hitler was born to fight the Nazis and that the Red Skull was trained by Hitler himself. I also believe it means that we are taking our nation's real history too lightly. If we can change a historical event that inspired the creation of many comic book characters like Captain America in this way, then who is to say that we will ignore some other historical event in another medium of the media?