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 Lieutenant) February 05, 2017
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Thanks to a Russian photographer called Alexander Skvorin, you can travel through time staring these amazing combining photos from the...read more

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After the failure of the raid on Dieppe in 1942, plans to invade continental Europe were completely revised. The invasion of Europe required a host of new-type tanks and armored vehicles. Tanks were needed for bridging ditches and rivers, clearing mine fields,...read more

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 Lieutenant) January 25, 2017

On this video, we get to see and hear the actual full length footage of this exciting firearm, without music playing in the background or special effects/cuts ruining the footage. The showcase is fantastic and slow motion footage are great.

The STG44 was debuted on the battlefield in...read more

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Lemmy’s interest in history was at the root of his controversial habit of collecting Third Reich memorabilia. He recalled that visitors to his West Hollywood apartment would blanch at his huge assortment of Nazi daggers, flags, medals and uniforms, to which he...read more

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 Lieutenant) January 19, 2017

This video was filmed during the Duxford Flying Legend on 11 july 2009 at Duxford (GB). You can watch impressive scenes and shots of these beautiful planes. You is going to have reason if you say that the Buchon it was not a German fighter. Yes, it was a Spanish version of the Me 109.  

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 Lieutenant) January 09, 2017

They made a first metal detecting hunt in this year and found a rare Hitler Youth belt buckle and a huge russian WW2 dagger. What a lucky diggers there in Austria! I wish them luck in 2017! Great video again from militaryfinder1945 channel.

 

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 HQ Batallón) January 07, 2017
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The P-38 Lightning was the only successful twin-engine dogfighter of the World War II, and it served from Europe to the Pacific. The P-38 Lightning turned out to be a real "work horse" for the USAAF. It served around the world as a fighter, fighter-...read more

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Sound amazing! Watch and listen to these Curtiss P-40 Warhawk & Kittyhawk test firing their .50 caliber machine guns, firing even in flight! The P-40 first flew in 1938 and was used until the end of WWII. The P-40 airplane, built by Curtiss-Wright, is a single-place, all-metal, low wing...read more

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The standard anti-tank gun of Germany’s forces in September 1939 was the 3.7cm PaK, which is often but apparently erroneously referred to today as the PaK 36 or PaK 35/36. This was an excellent weapon that first saw real action in the Spanish Civil War, but by...read more

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This Curtiss P-40B is unique as she is the only remaining airworthy survivor from the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour on 7th December 1941. In additional to this auspicious history she is also the oldest airworthy P-40B in the world.

One of the 131 P40-Bs built at the Curtiss facility...read more

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