Thank you for preserving history for the younger generation to be able to reflect on and see what caliber of men & women we were so blessed with in that era. Oral histories are very important, especially as these WWII vets are no longer young men. This is an outstanding video, God...read more

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 Lieutenant) July 16, 2015

Various shots of the Armoured Division moving through valley near Medjez-el-Bab. Artillery firing. General Sir Harold Alexander watching from trench. Several ground to air shots of the Allied bombers flying across the sky to bomb the Germans. Various shots of the tanks and artillery firing....read more

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 Lieutenant) March 22, 2015

This documentary was completely filmed and produced during the war, in color film. It shows a bombing mission over Nazi Germany from its start to end.

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 HQ Batallón) January 09, 2015

"Cannon firing B-25s in vivid color! The original film had no sound effects at all, so I took the liberty of adding aircraft engine sounds, explosions, trucks, hammering etc. I also digitally corrected severe color shifts. This is one of my favorite World War 2 documentaries.

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 HQ Batallón) January 08, 2015

This is very rare film of B17's and has not been seen since 1944. The B17's from the 92nd Bomb Group are on a mission to Germany. Bomb bay doors opening and dropping bombs and returning to their base in England.

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 HQ Batallón) November 26, 2014

B-17 Flying Fortress Attacked by Me-109s. Actually, this B-17 is the Memphis Belle. It is footage from one of her missions. It´s possible 2nd to last mission. Memphis Belle is the nickname of a Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress during the Second World War. The aircraft was one of the first B-17 ...read more

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The German city of Dresden, once hailed as the “Florence of the Elbe” and an eternal testament to the architectural beauty of humankind, led a charmed life during the Second World War. Its great regard as a cultural center had precluded its inclusion as a bombing target for much of the war, and...read more

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