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Soviet training film on the German Focke-Wulf FW190 showing the FW190’s main features, armament, and flight performance.read more

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 Lieutenant) July 09, 2016

The Siege of Malta was a military campaign in the Mediterranean Theatre of the Second World War. From 1940-1942, the fight for the control of the strategically important island of Malta pitted the air forces and navies of Italy and Germany against the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy. 

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 Lieutenant) July 08, 2016

"The Battle of Midway" filmed at the time and directed by John Ford was one of four winners of the inaugural, 1942 Academy Award for Best Documentary. This documentary follows the battle with footage shot by Navy cameramen. 

The film provides a relatively brief account of the Japanese...read more

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The German army, always short of equipment, was always more than happy to employ as much captured material as possible. Using captured or foreign produced equipment was a standard practise of the German Army since before the war. T-34s, T-70s, T-26s, KV-1s, KV-2s and...read more

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 Lieutenant) June 22, 2016

The Sturmgeschütz III (StuG III) assault gun was Germany's most produced armoured fighting vehicle during World War II. It was built on the chassis of the proven Panzer III tank, replacing the turret with a fixed superstructure mounting a more powerful gun. Initially intended as a mobile,...read more

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This tank liberated Surovikino town in the end of 1942. In 2011 this tank was lifted from a river bed and it was brought, restored and displayed at the Museum of Stalingrad Battle.

The tank was part of the 10 T-34/76 who fought in the district of Surovikino 6 of which were destroyed in...read more

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 Lieutenant) June 12, 2016

Under Nazi rule, Parisians and French Resistance were subject to brutal interrogations by the Gestapo. These chambers reveal the horrors that took place beneath the Eiffel Tower.read more

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For decades, it has been unclear what caused the SS Coast Trader, a U.S. cargo vessel, to go down near the western coast in 1942. A recent investigation of the wreckage has cleared up quite a bit about the incident. Though officials attributed the sinking to an onboard boiler explosion, many...read more

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