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 Lieutenant) March 15, 2019
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We’ve all see the film Downfallabout the Führerbunker in Berlin, in the closing days of the war. And we all know the story of how Adolf Hitler, with his new wife Eva Braun, committed suicide and the body was destroyed. Well, how much of that story do we actually know?

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 Lieutenant) February 15, 2019
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"There are no more than a handful of Second World War Luftwaffe members alive today. Patrick Eriksson had the foresight to record these experiences first-hand before it was too late. Some witnesses ended up as senior fighter controllers. The recollections and views of the veterans are put...read more

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 Lieutenant) January 01, 2019
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In this episode Angus is looking at Japanese submarine operations in the Pacific during the early part of the war. While we're sure you’re all familiar with the Imperial Japanese surface fleets actions during 1941-42, especially if you’ve listened to the discussions with Jeff Cox in episode ...read more

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 Lieutenant) December 02, 2018
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Long standing listeners will have heard Angus chat to Walter Zapotoczny before, in episode 57 they looked at Ardennes offensive, and in episode 63 they looked at ...read more

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 Lieutenant) October 15, 2018
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At the beginning of WWII Germany invaded and occupied Denmark and Norway, but left neutral Sweden alone. Less than a year later citizens from all three of those Scandinavian nations were volunteering to join the Waffen-SS. By the end of the war in 1945 the number of Scandinavians who had fought...read more

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 Lieutenant) September 15, 2018
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September 2018 marks the 80th anniversary of the Munich agreement, where the British Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain, flew to Germany to meet Hitler; in an attempt to avert war. He famously returned with an agreement which he believed would deliver ‘peace in our time’.

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 Lieutenant) August 15, 2018
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Last year Angus talked to Mark Felton about the escape attempts of British VIP prisoners, held by the Italians. That was episode 49 Castle of...read more

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 Lieutenant) August 01, 2018
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Back in episode 7, Angus talked to Alexander Fitzgerald-Black about his MA thesis which focused on the allied air campaign in support of Operation Husky, the invasion of Sicily....read more

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En este artículo se van a analizar las complejidades de la maquinaria económica e industrial alemana durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Dejando a un lado los viejos mitos acerca de la eficacia y eficiencia alemanas, se analizará en este trabajo la estructura de la economía alemana antes y...read more

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 Lieutenant) July 01, 2018
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In the last episode we looked at the development of the world’s navies during the interwar period. To compliment that I thought we’d do something similar with aerial warfare. It is easy to forget in 1939 aviation was still very much in its infancy, and especially aerial warfare.

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