As we have grown accustomed from WW2HistoryHunter, this is an awesome footage with very interesting and almost spooky findings. These relics belonged the Kriegsmarine, the navy of Nazi Germany from 1935 to 1945. At the beginning of each is shown a beautiful drone footage. Enjoy!
Many people forget that the Japanese war crimes were as bad if not worse then those committed by the Nazi’s albeit it on a marginal lesser scale. Beside the crimes and experiment committed by Unit 731 there were a great number of other atrocities, including cannibalism.In “The Knights of...read more
Wery nice tour across this amazing place full of history. Let's look closer to this german II. world war prisoners (POW) camp located in east Austra and what can you find there. Are there still POW's personal items to find? American, Canadian, British and Russian soldiers. What they left behind...read more
This is another amazing video about World War II relics. We should be grateful to all WWII's relic hunters because they help us to know and remember what happened on the battlefields, how soldiers fighted, ...
In September 2015, Team WWIIMD visited the former battlefields of the...read more
The first major operation for the Ju-52 was in Operation Weserübung, the attack on Denmark and Norway on 9 April 1940. German General Dietl commanded the German 3rd Mountain Division that participated in the German invasion of Norway on 9 and 10 April 1940. Most of this division was landed at...read more
These guys know where and how to find and dig up the guns! Nils and Willy again on the world war two eastern battlefield. They found a Russian Nagan revolver. The Nagant M1895 was a belgian gun and featured an unusual gas-seal system, in which the cylinder moved forward when the gun was cocked...read more
The SS Richard Montgomery is one of the world’s deadliest shipwrecks. This incredible image shows the wreck of this World War Two ship laden with more than 1000 tonnes of explosives sitting at the bottom of the sea just off the Kent coast - and could...read more
Lemmy’s interest in history was at the root of his controversial habit of collecting Third Reich memorabilia. He recalled that visitors to his West Hollywood apartment would blanch at his huge assortment of Nazi daggers, flags, medals and uniforms, to which he...read more