Jo Hedwig Teeuwisse is a great artist but also better historian and researcher. He makes an amazing work. He combines historical pictures with photos made on the exact same spot today. He says us that he try to make people realise that history is all...read more
Here, on the Ludendorf Bridge crossing the Rhine at Remagen, Combat Command B, 9th Armored Division -- headed by the 27th Armored Infantry Battalion -- with "superb skill, daring and esprit de corps" successfully effected the first bridgehead across Germany's formidable river barrier and so...read more
Japanese war art painting by Nakamura Kanichi, 1942, depicting Japanese Navy aircraft making successful torpedo attacks on the British battleship Prince of Wales (center) and battlecruiser Repulse (left) on 10 December 1941. Planes shown include "Betty" bombers.
Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 October 1944. The American Army returned to the Philippines over the beaches of Leyte Island. Red Beach was defended by the Japanese occupying a number of large, well-camouflaged pillboxes. Immediately after their landing, the leading elements of the 3d Battalion,...read more
France, October 1944. The rain and chill which precedes winter in the Vosges mountains had started. The 442d Regimental Combat Team was weary and battle-scarred after fighting in Italy. Most of its members were Americans of Japanese ancestry. Men with names like Sumida, Miyamoto, Takemoto and...read more
WWII, Bicol Campaign, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 3-4 April 1945. Cries of "Banzai" rang through the jungles - the staccato of enemy machine guns, mortars and rifles broke through the jungle silence. The bayonet charges were suicidal, but the 158th Regimental Combat Team, the "Bushmasters",...read more
Las Hitlerjugend (Juventudes Hitlerianas) era una organización juvenil paramilitar nazi, fundada en los años 20 y formada por jóvenes de 10 a 18 años. En las Hitlerjugend se realizaban muy diversas actividades como los actos de propaganda, juegos de guerra, eventos deportivos, campamentos y...read more
Another fine piece of work from Osprey legend Peter Dennis. This image shows French men and armour firing on what must be panzers in the distance. Taken from the forthcoming Fall Gelb (2) which completes the two-part coverage of the German panzer breakthrough in the West begun in Campaign 264...read more