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 Teniente) October 04, 2014
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A second printing of John Butterfield's award winning RAF update in which players can solo as the British or the Germans or can play head-to-head.

France has fallen. England stands alone against the might of a triumphant Germany, defended only by the Spitfire and Hurricane squadrons of...read more

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 Teniente) October 04, 2014

"The Battle of Britain," Chapter IV of Frank Capra's "Why We Fight" series, begins after Hitler's conquest of Western Europe. Once firmly in control of the parts of France and Norway closest to Great Britain, the Nazis commence their massive air assault on the British isles. Outnumbered six to...read more

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 Teniente) October 04, 2014

For three months in the long hot summer of 1940 the British Royal Air Force and the German Luftwaffe fought an epic battle in the skies over the Southeast of England. Britain seemed unprepared against an undefeated Germany, yet by the end of the summer the Luftwaffe was in retreat. Britain had...read more

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 HQ Batallón) September 30, 2014
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During WWII, the Italian army used the M13/40 as its main tank. It featured a riveted construction and bogey-style wheels on a leaf spring suspension with a 47mm main gun featuring on Italy's first ever hydraulically operated turret. In addition, the M13/40 was powered by a 125hp V8 liquid-...read more

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 HQ Batallón) September 30, 2014
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During WWII, the only heavy tank produced by Italy was the P40. The P stands for Pesante, or "heavy" in Italian, and the number 40 for the year of adoption, 1940. The tank featured bogey-style wheels on a lead spring suspension. The riveted hull construction was the same as the earlier Carro...read more

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 HQ Batallón) September 24, 2014
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Seventy-four years ago, hundreds of soldiers marched down the streets of New Westminster, B.C., towards a waiting train.

As families said goodbye to loved ones, a little boy broke away from his mother and reached towards his father's outstretched hand.

The moment, captured by...read more

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