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 Lieutenant) June 04, 2017

Four reels discovered by researchers at the Eisenhower Library in 2014, were found to contain the first ever documentary of the D-Day landings. Intended as an initial report and produced in only days, the film was screened for military leadership and is mentioned in OSS reports as having been...read more

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Stanley Maxted, BBC's journalist, reports "live" radio reports from the fighting in Arnhem. He describes Operation Berlin. The evacuation of the 1st Airborne across the Rhine on the night of 25/26 September 1944. Scenes of men dressed in military uniforms. A house on fire. A man talking into a...read more

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 Lieutenant) April 26, 2017

Bane of the heavy German armour, the Sherman Firefly was the British invention that mounted the powerful 17 pdr anti-tank gun in a Sherman V. It was the most powerfully gunned tank fielded by the Allies during World War II. An ordinary American-built Sherman modified by the British, the Firefly...read more

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 Lieutenant) April 25, 2017

JUNO BEACH, the beach destined for the Canadian army. Thanks to an expert historian specialized in the Canadian troops, we will discover the high price paid for the troops of Canada and the motive for which they did not manage to reach his aims marked for the Día-D.Do not forget to activate the...read more

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 Lieutenant) February 07, 2017

Wery nice tour across this amazing place full of history. Let's look closer to this german II. world war prisoners (POW) camp located in east Austra and what can you find there. Are there still POW's personal items to find? American, Canadian, British and Russian soldiers. What they left behind...read more

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 Lieutenant) February 01, 2017
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In this episode we’re looking at how Britain found the manpower to fight the war. By the end at least four and a half million had served from Britain. If we add to that figure Empire and Commonwealth forces, we’re looking at perhaps upwards of ten million. Its an astounding figure….

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 Lieutenant) December 15, 2016

"Grumpy" is a 1943 RCAF B-25D Mitchell. This plane was supplied to the Royal Canadian Air Force as KL161 during the war. Nowadays, plane is owned, operated, and flown by the Historic Flight Foundation at Paine Field in Everett, WA (KPAE). It is the oldest B-25 in operation on the globe. It...read more

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 Lieutenant) November 02, 2016

Here's a look at the game's components. Following on the success of No Retreat! Where the Russian Front of World War II beckons, and then taking the action to the African Front, and then the French Front, game designer Carl Paradis presents the fourth chapter in this...read more

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 HQ Batallón) October 23, 2016

The M4 Sherman Tank was a fast and reliable medium tank that served the Allies during WWII. This versatile tank operated in every theater of operation during WWII.

In this video, Tom Czekanski, Director of Collections & Exhibits at The National WWII Museum, explains the ins-and-outs...read more

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 HQ Batallón) October 23, 2016

HMCS Haida is a Tribal-class destroyer. During World War II, Haida sank more enemy surface tonnage than any other Canadian warship. She is also the only surviving Tribal-class destroyer out of 27 vessels that were constructed between 1937 and 1945 for the Royal Navy, Royal Australian Navy, and...read more

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