A portable field surgical unit (think MASH or aid station) operates in a field near the front lines of northern Burma during WW2. Lt. Colonel Gordon S. Seagraves, head of the unit, performs surgery on wounded soldiers in the open air with only umbrellas protecting his patient from the monsoon...read more
Rare, original coloured movie from GB 1942/43, but this movie did not have an original sound. So, If you are boring repetitive sound, please switch music off. Movie is from 310(cz). squadron, 312(cz). squadron and 313(cz). sq. First picture with flags is from Exeter airfield. In cz. squadrons (...read more
The Rafwaffe or No.1426 (Enemy aircraft Flight) was a Royal Air Force flight formed during World War II to evaluate captured enemy aircraft and demonstrate their characteristics to other Allied units. ...read more
Speechless! Great compilation of German Army's images during World War II. You can see infantry troops, anti-tank guns, winter war, heavy artillery, wounded soldiers, mortars, motorcycles, flamethrowers, Waffen SS units, etc.
Tigers were usually employed in separate heavy tank battalions (schwere Panzer-Abteilung) under army command. These battalions would be deployed to critical sectors, either for breakthrough operations or, more typically, counter-attacks.
The Tiger was originally designed to be an...read more
During the German invasion of Poland in September 1939, cavalry formed 10% of the Polish Army. Cavalry units were organised in 11 cavalry brigades, each composed of 3 to 4 cavalry regiments with organic artillery, armoured unit and infantry battalion.As mobile reserves...read more