This Tiger II with Fahrgestell number 280112, was made at the Henschel und Sohn, Kassel, Nordhessen, the turret was made at Wegmann & Co, Kassel, Nordhessen, Germany.
Many claim that this Tiger II, belonged to the 1st Company, 101 SS.s.Abt and carried the turret number 233, others...read more

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 Lieutenant) July 16, 2016

Panther Ausf.A. Saumur Tank Museum - Musée Des Blindés
Concours International de Maquettes 2016.

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 Lieutenant) July 16, 2016

Panther Ausf. G Saumur Tank Museum - Musée Des Blindés.

This Panther with Fahrgestell number 120790, was built by the
MAN factory at the end of July 1944.

It served in the 112th Panzer Brigade and participated
in the Battle of Dompaire in September 1944.

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It’s a little known fact that during the second world war drugs were issued to those men on active service on a monumental scale, hundreds of millions of pills were produced.

The drug of choice was amphetamines, stimulants used to help push troops beyond there not made endurance and...read more

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 Lieutenant) February 15, 2016
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In this episode Angus is looking at the use of Gliders during the war and he is joined by Matt Yates.

Matt is a member of Chalk a living history group in the north of England who specialise in the British...read more

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The StuG started development before the war and was in full production by 1940. Designated an Assault Gun it was designed round a Panzer III chassis but no turret, this gave it an extremely low profile. It's role was to support infantry as they followed close behind the panzer assaults. But the...read more

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