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The twenty-fifth episode of '''Hetalia: Axis Powers''' was broadcast on July 10, 2009. It continues to adapt the webcomic version of '''Liechtenstein's Journal Of Swiss Dopiness''', as well as the ''Extra Story'' entitled '''America And England'''.
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The twenty-fifth episode of '''Hetalia: Axis Powers''' was broadcast on July 10th, 2009. It continues to adapt the webcomic version of '''Liechtenstein's Journal Of Swiss Dopiness''', as well as the ''Extra Story'' entitled '''America And England'''.
   
 
==Plot Summary==
 
==Plot Summary==
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Though the adult America does not appear in the actual episode, Katsuyuki Konishi is credited for the role due to voicing in the "Hetalia" [[eyecatch]].
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*Though the adult America does not appear in the actual episode, Katsuyuki Konishi is credited for the role due to voicing in the "Hetalia" [[Eyecatch|eyecatch]].
   
 
*The second flashback with Austria and Switzerland is an anime-original sequence, used to illustrate the footnote about their broken alliance.
 
*The second flashback with Austria and Switzerland is an anime-original sequence, used to illustrate the footnote about their broken alliance.
   
*As the segments with Switzerland and Liechtenstein are based on the webcomic version of ''Swiss Dopiness'' an added detail from the published version is absent from this episode: Liechtenstein accidentally gives Switzerland her pair of pajamas, only to realize he looks cute in them, and expresses interest in taking a picture of him wearing them. In the published version, the segments involving young Austria and Switzerland were also removed.
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*As the segments with Switzerland and Liechtenstein are based off of the webcomic version of ''Swiss Dopiness'' an added detail from the published version is absent from this episode: Liechtenstein accidentally gives Switzerland her pair of pajamas, only to realize he looks cute in them, and expresses interest in taking a picture of him wearing them. In the published version, the segments involving young Austria and Switzerland were also removed.
   
 
*After the above event in the published version, there was a sequence involving Liechtenstein dreaming and flashing back to her past: Liechtenstein is poor and living on the streets, her house having fallen into ruin due to rough times. The weak and starving Liechtenstein is then found by Switzerland, who takes her to live with him. Liechtenstein realizes that although Switzerland was struggling too, he saved her and so she remains grateful to him for that. The sequence was later adapted in [[Episode 45]].
 
*After the above event in the published version, there was a sequence involving Liechtenstein dreaming and flashing back to her past: Liechtenstein is poor and living on the streets, her house having fallen into ruin due to rough times. The weak and starving Liechtenstein is then found by Switzerland, who takes her to live with him. Liechtenstein realizes that although Switzerland was struggling too, he saved her and so she remains grateful to him for that. The sequence was later adapted in [[Episode 45]].
   
*The last '''Liechtenstein and Her Beloved Brother''' segment is based on the second part of the webcomic ''Swiss Dopiness'', which was not adapted to the published manga. Instead, the last sequence in the published version relates to Liechtenstein asking Switzerland why he saved her. Switzerland does not want to admit that he was struggling, and insists he saved her out of his own sense of justice and simply couldn't leave her there to suffer. Liechtenstein responds that she's happy that he rescued her. This too was later adapted to Episode 45.
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*The last '''Liechtenstein and Her Beloved Brother''' segment is based off of the second part of the webcomic ''Swiss Dopiness'', which was not adapted to the published manga. Instead, the last sequence in the published version relates to Liechtenstein asking Switzerland why he saved her. Switzerland does not want to admit that he was struggling, and insists he saved her out of his own sense of justice and simply couldn't leave her there to suffer. Liechtenstein responds that she's happy that he rescued her. This too was later adapted to Episode 45.
   
 
*The first segment in this episode was adapted from the first part of '''America And England''', although France's cameo (after England and America meet up) was removed. The footnote about America and England growing to have no taste in food is also absent from this adaptation. The second part of the strip, which involved America growing up, was later adapted to [[Episode 47]].
 
*The first segment in this episode was adapted from the first part of '''America And England''', although France's cameo (after England and America meet up) was removed. The footnote about America and England growing to have no taste in food is also absent from this adaptation. The second part of the strip, which involved America growing up, was later adapted to [[Episode 47]].
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