This is another amazing video. We can learn together a lot of new things or remember some of them, which we know already. The Arado Ar 234 was the first operational jet bomber in the World. Originally planned as a recon plane, it was successfully adapted as a bomber. This video includes the...read more

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Startup and takeoff. North American B-25 Mitchell powered by two 1,700-hp Wright R-2600 radial engines. 

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Avro Lancaster Mk.X KB882, production number 37183, rolled out of Victory Aircraft Limited in Malton, Ontario, Canada on November 3, 1944. This WW2 Bomber is a National Treasure - an example of Canadian engineering, manufacturing and determination to do...read more

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The B-25 Mitchell/44-31508, nicknamed “Lucky Lady”, will moved from Franklin, VA (United States), where the warbird remained abandoned, withdrawn from use, in poor condition and slowly going down down downhill, to Australia thanks to her new owner...read more

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Video of US Army Air Force flyers in modified B25 Mitchell bombers equipped with 75mm cannon / guns on strafing and bombing missions during World War II.

This is a compilation of newsreel and film clips and show part of a mission by the 7th Army Air Force over the Marshall Islands. Also...read more

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The Arado Ar 234 was the world's first operational jet-powered bomber, built by the German Arado company in the closing stages of World War II. Produced in very limited numbers, it was used almost entirely in the reconnaissance role, but in its few uses as a bomber it proved to be nearly...read more

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"Cannon firing B-25s in vivid color! The original film had no sound effects at all, so I took the liberty of adding aircraft engine sounds, explosions, trucks, hammering etc. I also digitally corrected severe color shifts. This is one of my favorite World War 2 documentaries.

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