What do you do, if you happen to find a tank sunk in a bog? Well, you pull it out. Who said it is easy? 

I recently got my hands on a 15 years old VHS tape, so sorry for the quality. The footage in it shows how a group of enthusiasts dig out a legendary soviet T 34 tank sunk in Pienava...read more

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 Teniente) April 30, 2016

Lancaster B I R5868 "S-Sugar" is the oldest surviving Lancaster. This aircraft was the first RAF heavy bomber to complete 100 operations (going on to fly 137 sorties). It is on display at the RAF Museum, Hendon in 467 Sqn markings. Although surplus to requirements, the decision to...read more

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 Teniente) April 27, 2016

The RAF Hendon Ju-87 was captured in Germany, May 1945. The British Disarmament Wing located 59 Ju-87s at the end of the war. This was one of 12 German aircraft selected by the Air Ministry for museum display, rather than as evaluation aircraft. According to RAF Hendon nine of these museum...read more

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 Teniente) April 24, 2016

This is an interesting footage of a walkround into the Swiss Military Museum, located in the Swiss town of Full. The video shows a disassembled King Tiger. This tank was given to Switzerland by France after the war. Hull number 280215 from s.H.Pz.Abt 506. A group has been working on the...read more

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The Vossenberg was a strategic stronghold and fortress complex and part of the Peel-Raam Position in the south of the Netherlands during World War II. It was built from 1938 to 1939 as Dutch defence position. During the Western campaign they were not attacked, but in 1944 they moved frequently...read more

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 Teniente) April 18, 2016

The Vossenberg was a strategic stronghold and fortress complex and part of the Peel-Raam Position in the south of the Netherlands during World War II. It was built from 1938 to 1939 as Dutch defence position. During the Western campaign they were not attacked, but in 1944 they moved frequently...read more

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The renewed Airborne Museum is a unique experience. The beautifully renovated and modernized building houses the world’s largest collection of Operation Market Garden memorabilia. The war is brought very close to home in the Netherlands’ only battlefield museum.

The monumental nineteenth-...(find out more)

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 Teniente) April 18, 2016

Mulberry harbours  were temporary portable harbours developed by the British during World War II to facilitate the rapid offloading of cargo onto beaches during the Allied invasion of Normandy in June 1944. Harbours were crucial to the success of the Allies in breaking out from the beaches of...read more

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 Teniente) April 14, 2016

The B1bis was the french army's heavy tank during WW2. This one fought at the battle of Stonne in may 1940 during german invasion of France. This is a very good video and shows a lot of detail. The Char B1 was certainly a nasty suprise against what the Germans had at the time in a straight fight...read more

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 Teniente) April 11, 2016

In Alexeyevka, Belgorod Oblast, Russia, on public display, there is an old ISU-152 Tank Destroyer. Around mid-1943 the Soviet army had the assault gun SU-152. It was a mounted ML-20 152mm howitzer-gun fixed on top of a KV-1S tank chassis. It was intended for use against German fortifications...read more

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