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Fallschirmjäger were established in 1938. They had to train hard. If you was a NCOs, officer or other rank of the Luftwaffe you had to successfully complete six jumps in order to receive the Luftwaffe Parachutist's Badge. Nevertheless, during World War II, the...read more

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As of 3 May 2017 the Panther Ausf. G was deconstructed and transported to the Bastogne Barracks (the Royal Museum of the Army) for a 2 year renovation, where it will be overhauled returning it to Houffalize when it's finished. The tank is owned by the town of...read more

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 HQ Batallón) April 23, 2017

There were real fears after Pearl Harbor sneak attack of Japanese invasion. this was an observation bunker that communicated to gun bunker on top of the higher hill. 

Devil's Slide was the location of a military triangulation station and observation site used during World War II as part...read more

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This video is a short summary of the discovery, the diving and the salvage of the German fighter Messerschmitt Bf109 G-2/R6 “Yellow 3” that made an emergency landing on the sea close to Nærøy on the 24th of March 1943. It was recovered 2010 from a depth of 67 meter. The recovery was performed by...read more

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 HQ Batallón) March 28, 2017

This one of the best interview compilation of World War II Veterans. These are all the interviews with the soldiers from the amazing tv series Band Of Brothers. These interviews are really compelling and deeply moving.

Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne...read more

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 Teniente) March 25, 2017

"Hummel" engineered by Alkett (Altmärkische Kettenwerk GmbH), assembled 1944 by German Iron Works Duisburg, crew of 7, 12 cylinder Maybach HL 120, 220 kw (295 hp), 15 centimeter (150 mm) howitzer, 12 km cannon range; initially a stop gap howitzer, it was so successful that it was manufactured...read more

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Sink the Bismarck! is a 1960 British war film, shot in glorious black and white, based on the book Last Nine Days of the Bismarck by C. S. Forester. The story is told in no nonsense semi-documentary style. Sink the Bismarck! is, up...read more

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The "Lanc", as it was affectionately known, thus became one of the more famous and most successful of the Second World War night bombers. Lancasters flew 156,000 sorties and dropped 608,612 long tons (618,378 tonnes) of bombs between 1942 and 1945. Lancasters were the mainstay of British heavy...read more

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The last flyable B29 Bomber in the world, "Fifi", flies into Atlanta to go on display with other WWII aircraft as part of a historical aviation tour. Also on hand is the last remaining member of the Enola Gay, Major Dutch Van Kirk. Dozens of B-29s remain as static displays but only one example,...read more

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In July 1941, one month after the Nazi Germany has attacked Soviet State, there was an unusual exhibition on one of the Moscow squares - a  German Junkers Ju 88A-5. It was a scout plane that has got deep into Russian territory and was shot down by the Soviet...read more

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