Arguably the best British Tank of World War II, the A34 Comet was a cruiser tank that first saw use near the end of the Second World War. It was developed to overcome the firepower shortfall of previous cruiser tanks, as the Cromwell tank, whilst retaining their design features.
This DH.98 Mosquito owned by American Gerry Yagen was restored by Avspects team lead by Warren Denholm and took seven years to complete. The Rolls Royce Merlin engines were rebuilt by Vintage V12 in California USA. The video displays us this De Havilland Mosquito Fighter Bomber at Ardmore...read more
Battleships and Battlecruisers were still seen as the height of sea power at the beginning of WWII, and having the most powerful and fastest battleships was considered all important, but by the war's end, these floating fortresses found their...read more
The Brewster SB2A Buccaneer lacked ruggedness, incurring many stress problems that made it unreliable, even as a trainer. Overweight, underpowered, and lacking maneuverability, the Brewster SB2A Buccaneer was a classic failure. As a result, SB2As only...read more
Between 2010 and 2014, Marc Wilson has been photographing the images that make up The Last Stand. This piece of work aims to reflect the histories and stories military conflict and the memories held in the landscape itself. The series is made up of 86 images and is documenting some of the...read more
Remains of warships of British Royal Navy, Royal Netherlands Navy, and US Navy sunk by the Japanese during the Battle of the Java Sea in 1942, have been destroyed and almost vanished as a whole by illegal scrap metal scavengers. The fact is very serious if we...read more
In this episode we’re looking at women in the secret services, SOE and OSS during WWII. Women played a crucial role a number operating in the field as agents. In occupied countries it was easier for them to blend in than young men of military age.
When you make a scale model kit, the odyssey begins inside the fuselage, with the cockpit. The engine usually is a masterpiece of complexity and detail and is without some doubt, almost always, the most comprehensive example we can see in a kit. Here I leave you...read more