With the holiday season upon us Angus has a festive episode for you.
The US 28th Infantry Division landed in France in July of 1944. After fighting through the Bocage, and taking part in the parade through Paris to mark its liberation, they were sent to the Hürtgen Forest.
Janice Hobson Monro remembers the song playing on the radio that fateful Sunday morning in Hawaii. It was the Ink Spots' "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire." The Japanese, however, were doing exactly that.
It's not a war movie yet, but is an amazing story so that Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks starting to work on it. it's possible that Brad Pitt is interested too. The Castle Itter is still standing, in fact is now of privately owned and used as a residence....read more
In this compilation footage you can watch many scenes of World War II. All of nations, all of fronts, .. Air warfare, naval warfare, ground warfare... Infantry, planes, ships, artillery, tanks, ... It's been a hard work, says his author. It took him about five hours make it. All of footage have...read more
Near the end of WWII, America was planning a full-scale invasion on mainland Japan. The Allies expected casualties on both sides to number in the millions as a result. In a last-ditch effort to hasten the end of the war, President Harry Truman authorized the use of a terrifying new weapon. The...read more
Aerial Combat Footage - Impressive Shots in Full Resolution. United States Aircraft shooting German Raiders in a New Year's Day attack (year unknown). This was called Luftwaffe's Black Monday. Pictures of German aircraft being shot down and bursting into flames in flight. Shots of various...read more