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 Lieutenant) March 03, 2017

This video is about the 21.Infanterie living history group. The 21st Infantry division Eastern Front Living History Group, a non-profit living history society located in the UK. We are a collection of WWII historians and German vehicle enthusiasts that endeavor to keep the memories, sights,...read more

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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

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In this episode Angus talks to Edward Hooton and they’re looking at the air war over the Eastern Front.

Edward has written a number of books on aviation during WWII. His latest book ...read more

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 Lieutenant) August 28, 2016

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.

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 Lieutenant) August 08, 2016

This is a video made of the German Newsreels. It's another masterpiece made by HCT. He says he loves the rare footage in the newsreels and the great real sound of battle. You can clearly watch a Stug III, a Panzer IV Aufs. C, some Flak 88, some Pack 36 and some fabulous German artillery the...read more

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According to Steven Zaloga, the IS-2 and Tiger I could knock each other out in normal combat distances below 1000 m. At longer ranges the performance of each respective tank against each other was dependent on the crew and combat situation. The September 1944...read more

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 Lieutenant) July 14, 2016

A tribute to all the men who fought and died on the Eastern front. The bloodiest and most savage fighting took place on the eastern Front, it was by far the deadliest theatre of World War II.

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