Battle of Stalingrad, happened in the winter 1942-1943,  is considered as the biggest defeat in the history of the German Army. It is often identified as the turning point on the Eastern Front, in the war against Germany. In fact, it was a of pivotal battles of the Second Worl War. The Battle...read more

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 Lieutenant) May 18, 2017

If you want to listen a beast roaring, you simply have to walk up to The Tank Museum, Bovington, UK on the Tiger Day. This year, as previous years, you have the great chance to enjoy of this stunning example of German engineering. Tiger 131 is a German Tiger I Heavy tank captured by the British...read more

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As of 3 May 2017 the Panther Ausf. G was deconstructed and transported to the Bastogne Barracks (the Royal Museum of the Army) for a 2 year renovation, where it will be overhauled returning it to Houffalize when it's finished. The tank is owned by the town of...read more

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 Lieutenant) April 25, 2017

JUNO BEACH, the beach destined for the Canadian army. Thanks to an expert historian specialized in the Canadian troops, we will discover the high price paid for the troops of Canada and the motive for which they did not manage to reach his aims marked for the Día-D.Do not forget to activate the...read more

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 HQ Batallón) April 23, 2017

There were real fears after Pearl Harbor sneak attack of Japanese invasion. this was an observation bunker that communicated to gun bunker on top of the higher hill. 

Devil's Slide was the location of a military triangulation station and observation site used during World War II as part...read more

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 Lieutenant) April 19, 2017

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

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 Lieutenant) April 19, 2017

The fortifications of Cherbourg were still formidable. The city was surrounded by a ring of concrete fortifications built onto three ridges that commanded every line of approach. In the city itself the Arsenal was a powerful fortress, and the navy had built forts to defend the harbour. If von...read more

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In storage at Fantasy of Flight in Polk City, Florida. Along with several other Zeros, this aircraft was recovered by the Australian War Memorial Museum in the early 1970s from Rabaul in the South Pacific. The markings suggest that it was in service after June 1943 and further investigation...read more

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 HQ Batallón) March 29, 2017

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

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 Lieutenant) March 25, 2017

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

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