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 Lieutenant) August 12, 2017
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The tradition of a New Year’s Day concert dates back to 1939, shortly after the outbreak of World War II, when the philharmonic began performing Strauss-heavy concerts around New Year’s Day. In 1939, Clemens Krauss, with the support of Vienna Gauleiter...read more

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 Lieutenant) August 05, 2017

More than 70 years after the end of the Second World War and thanks to the Tiger Collection Exhibition at The Tank Museum, supported by World of Tanks, has been...read more

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This semi restored 88/56 FlaK 36 was manufactured in 1941. It is one of the few survivors used by the German Africa Korps, during North Africa Campaign between 1941-1943. In 1943 it was sold to Spain within the “Bär Program”, an agreement of financial support from Hitler in Germany...read more

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During the Battle of St. Vith in the Battle of the Bulge, on 18 December 1944, an M8 armored car from Troop B, 87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron and Company A, was able to destroy a German Tiger I heavy tank from 1st SS Panzer Division. The M8...read more

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Captain Charles Hazlitt Upham, a New Zealand soldier, is often described as the most highly decorated Commonwealth soldier of that war. Why? He was the only one to receive two VCs during the Second World War and the only combat soldier to receive the award twice in the...read more

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 Lieutenant) July 22, 2017
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The 'Tirpitz' bunker, the Denmark's largest, built as part of Hitler's 'Atlantic Wall', has been turned into a 'hidden' WWII bunker by the Danish architect Bjarke Engels. 

The Tirpitz Bunker started...read more

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 Lieutenant) July 21, 2017
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We have just updated the new [b]versión 1.5 [/b] for IOS/Android.

- Here you have the new Soviet faction expansion!

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The Man in the High Castle explores what it would be like if the Allied Powers had lost WWII, and Japan and Germany ruled the United States and divided the United States into the Greater Nazi Reich and the Japanese Pacific States. The series follows characters whose destinies intertwine after...read more

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These are a nice mixture of aerial photographs. It's amazing how many and how large these structures were. The number of people it took to complete them. They are giant scars on the land. Did the common soldier of eitherr side realize the destruction ahead. Seeing it from the drones' viewpoint...read more

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In this episode we’re in the Western Desert in 1940-41 looking at the air campaign fought by Raymond Collishaw and his RAF crews.

Collishaw was a WW1 fighter ace. When the war broke out in 1939 now Air Commodore Collishaw he commanded an RAF Group in Egypt. The fighting in the western...read more

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