I guess that's the Scotch Refutation, which sounds like an awesome name for a Robert Ludlum book.
h/t to Michael Flynn and Mark Shea
If Bruce isn't enough for you, how about some Chuck Norris?
h/t to Craig Summers on Facebook
According to the wikipedia page on Mr. Norris, he was actually born on March 10, 1940. They have a footnote citing Chuck Norris's biography, if that can be believed. On the other hand, wikipedia has this to say about the German surrender in 1945:
At 02:41 on the morning of 7 May, at the SHAEF headquarters in Reims, France, the Chief-of-Staff of the German Armed Forces High Command, General Alfred Jodl, signed the unconditional surrender documents for all German forces to the Allies.Snopes.com has no refutation of either picture. I did run across this funny false story about how Pia Zadora was so bad in a stage production of The Diary of Anne Frank that when the Nazis appear an audience member got up and shouted, "She's in the attic!"
h/t to myself