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In less than one hour from arriving to Immola (Finland) the Kuhlmey's detachment launched their first sortie against Russians. Detachment Kuhlmey was a temporary unit of the German Luftwaffe during World War II. The unit was commanded by Oberstleutnant Kurt Kuhlmey and the detachment was built...read more

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This video is about the German soldiers. Approximately 18.2 million soldiers served for Germany during World War 2.read more

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 Teniente) March 21, 2016

A compilation footage out of actuality films of the imperial Japanese navy and army air forces in the 1930's and 40's:

  • 0:00 24 G4M2 Betty
  • 0:08 G3M Nell
  • 0:14 G4M Betty
  • 1:12 KI-21 Sally
  • 1:27 G4M Betty
  • 1:45 B5N Kate
  • 1:59 Shokaku
  • ...read more
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 Teniente) March 15, 2016
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By the end of June 1940 the Battle of France was over, the British Army had been plucked from the Beaches of Dunkirk, but much of its heavy equipment had been abandoned in France.

It looked like Britain would be the next target for the Nazi war machine… Having witnessed the debacle in...read more

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At the beginning of the "First Battle of Alamein", Rommel's DAK suffered an unexpected coup when they lost the signals intercept unit Nachrichten Fern Aufklarung Kompanie 621 (NFAK 621) which was commanded by the Hauptmann (Captain) Alfred...read more

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 HQ Batallón) February 03, 2016

Presents the story of the 12th Bomb Group of the 9th Air Force and its role in the air campaign against the German Army in North Africa during World War II. 1944 16mm color Film (runtime 19:44) produced by the First US AAF...read more

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This wartime colour film of Lancasters is the only known to exist. It is believed to be the only colour film made during WW2 concerning the RAF. It was de-classified under the "Thirty Year's Rule" in 1978. Viewed as a whole, the film reflects a full day of activity at a front line RAF Bomber...read more

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In this episode I talk to Douglas Waller about the Office of Strategic Services, the OSS.

The US entered the Second World War with no foreign intelligence service. Roosevelt selected William Donovan, WW1 Medal of Honor recipient, to create an agency based on the British MI6 and SOE....read more

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