Normandy, France, 6 June 1944. It is only just 00:15 when the American paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division of General Maxwell D. Taylor parachute over the Normandy, thus becoming the first soldiers to reach the French territory; their main mission is to capture Carentan...read more
Three WWII tanks compared: Video History Today has put the close up walk around of the King Tiger Tank at La Gleize in Belgium with his similar walk around the Panzer V tank at Houffalize, Belgium. He has then added my tour of the badly damaged M4 Sherman from the Bastogne Museum in Belgium at...read more
Today, only one T-35 is left not only in an intact state, but still in running condition. This tank is held in the Kubinka Tank Museum at Moscow and only survived because it was used at a training facility rather than combat use.The T-35 then saw action against the German forces when Operation...read more
Hello, folks! In order to learn more about Omaha Beach we are visiting THE OMAHA BEACH MEMORIAL MUSEUM. Today CATHERINE and DANIEL will show us this museum which was built in memory of all those young men landed here in 1944.
Remember to turn on English subtitles on...read more
Tras conocer cómo fue el desembarco en Utah Beach hoy os proponemos visitar la BATERÍA DE COSTA ALEMANA DE CRISBECQ situada en Saint-Marcouf. Se trata de una de las fortificaciones más poderosas...read more
Starting and unloading of the Tiger II from the Saumur Tank Museum, at Rétromobile 2015, in Paris, with some stalling and flammes. What a wonderful sight! Truly an awesome machine. I could not even begin to imagine seeing one of these coming at you back in the day, especially if you were in an...read more
The biggest part of the museum in Seelow was opened in this year - 44 years after his arrivel in the historic monument areal. In 1945 the T 34/85 tank take part at the battle in Seelow Heights - the final battle at war. Now is the mission to rstore the tank.
This Jagdpanther doesn't reflect any individual machine but it represents M.N.H assembled Jagdpanthers between December 1944 and the end of WWII. All of them produced at this time were painted this way.
This particular vehicle is a survivor of the 12 Jagdpanthers issued to the 116th Pz...read more
The ISU-152 was armed with the same gun as the SU-152, but it used the hull of the IS-1 tank instead of the KV-1S. Later in the war the ISU-152 was further improved. It used the hull of the IS-2 or IS-2 model 1944 tank, the armour of the mantlet was increased, the gun was replaced by newer...read more