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After service in Europe, flying over the dangerous skies of Europe in the Second World War, this aircraft was modified to map the Canadian Arctic, reports CBC News....read more

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Different cities of the world destroyed by Second World War bombs:

  1. St Paul’s Cathedral (London, UK).- Another iconic Wren creation, St Paul’s is perhaps the greatest of London’s architectural Blitz survivors. Numerous photographs capture this grand church –

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The 73ft (22m) Motor Torpedo Boat (MTB) 219 was built in Portsmouth in 1941 to defend Britain from the threat of a German invasion.

It has been floated in the docks as part of the next stage in its restoration. Paul Childs, the man responsible for the work being carried out on it, said it...read more

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According to CEBA, Circle of Studies on the Battle of the Bulge, a Sherman M4A3, featured with a 76 mm gun barrel, having had more firepower than his forerunners, which were armed with the 75 mm barrel. And firepower was badly needed on December 17th, 1944 when German troops started invading...read more

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Un sondeo realizado en Francia en los años 1945, 1994 y 2004 revela cómo ha evolucionado con el paso del tiempo la opinión pública acerca de cuál fue la nación que más contribuyó a vencer a la Alemania nazi en la Segunda Guerra Mundial.

Este estudio longitudinal realizado por el Instituto...read more

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According to Raymond Johnston, Prague Post’s journalist, a rare Vickers Wellington, World War II medium range bomber, may get Czechoslovak markings. The 311th Czechoslovak Bomber Squadron formed at the RAF base in Honington on July 29, 1940, using twin-engine Wellington bombers that...read more

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