The Pak 43 was the most powerful anti-tank gun of the Wehrmacht to see service in significant numbers. Three of these canons can still be found in the Ardennes (Hochfels, Wiltz and Troisvierges). This one is in a pretty bad shape and is located near the panoramic view of Hochfels.
This Tiger with Fahrgestell number 251114, was made in the Henschel und Sohn, Kassel, Nordhessen, Germany and the turret was made at Henschel und Sohn, Kassel, Nordhessen, Germany. This Tiger came from the sSSPzAbt 102, turret number 114 got the name Colmar from the French.
Walk around this world war 2 era American M10 Tank Destroyer, commonly known as the Wolverine. This early example of a dedicated tank destroyer was based on the ubiquitous Sherman Tank and its hull and turret shape make it one of the most easily recognisable WW2 combat vehicles.
The replicated home office of Major Richard D. Winters, Commander, Easy Company, 101st Airborne, is a permanent exhibit at the Hershey Derry Township Historical Society in Hershey, PA, USA. Major "Dick" Winters resided in Hershey during the last twenty years of his life, and selected the...(find out more)
The Atlantic Wall Museum at Ouistreham (Normandy) is inside the old German headquarter which was in charge of the batteries covering the entrance of the river Orne and the canal, at the very eastern extreme of the D-Day beach landings on Sword Beach.The 52ft high concrete tower has been fully...read more
Watch the "Pointe Du Hoc Bunker Story." This video gives viewers a first-hand look at the observation bunker on the cliffs of Omaha Beach. Constructed during World War II, this bunker served as the nerve center for the Germans at Pointe Du Hoc.
Geert Van Den Bogaert walks you through...read more