1

The Tank Mk I “Matilda I” (A11) and Tank Mk II “Matilda II” (A12) were both different designs and did not share components but shared the name and did have some similar traits, because they were both designed to be infantry tanks based...read more

0
external_video
Chindit's picture
Compartido por Chindit
0
 Teniente) September 17, 2016

This is an amazin story, which all of us have the hopeless that will be a very successful. This M3 Grant Light Tank was originally used by the British army in North Africa. The tank sustained battle damage from German anti tank and small arms fire during it's tour of duty.

Grants served...read more

0
external_video
Winston Churchill's picture
Compartido por Winston Churchill
0
 Teniente) September 16, 2016

United Kingdom: VS of Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent meeting and taking salute at parade of WRENS (Women's Royal Naval Service) at a British naval base. VS Good shots showing the life of ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) recruits parading, doing PT / Keep fit exercises, in classrooms, in the...read more

0
audio
rutaporlahistoria's picture
Compartido por rutaporlahistoria
0
 Teniente) September 14, 2016
Subir imagen

En el programa de esta semana viajamos hasta aquel 6 de agosto de 1945 cuando el hombre fue capaz de comprender hasta donde llegada su capacidad de autodestrucción con el lanzamiento de Little Boy sobre la ciudad japonesa de Hiroshima.

Para poder llegar a...read more

0
1

Perhaps the best known fighters of World War II were tanks. World War II was the first time that tanks were seriously incorporated into warfare. When Germany instituted its “Blitzkrieg” tactics, tanks became crucial. They were they key to Hitler’...read more

5

See the film and travel with him in this tense action packed WW2 film at the German front lines in late 1944.

They had 3x Spitfire – 1x Messerschmitt Bf 109 – tanks and around 200 troops in the filming – and 2 MASSIVE BUNKERS BUILT for the film. This film has been filmed in various...read more

0
directory
DDIke's picture
Compartido por DDIke
3
 HQ Batallón) September 04, 2016
1

Portsmouth’s D-Day Museum is Britain’s only museum dedicated solely to covering all aspects of the D-Day landings in Normandy, France, on 6 June 1944. D-Day was a turning point in the Second World War, and a moment when the course of world events depended on the Allied troops taking part....(find out more)

D-Day Museum

United Kingdom
0
picture
Winston Churchill's picture
Compartido por Winston Churchill
0
 Teniente) September 04, 2016
1

Reminiscent of a gangster hold-up, the capture in Libya of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Richard O'Connor and Maj.-Gen. Philip Neame, V.C. on 6 April 1941, was carried out by German motor cycle troops who had pushed on towards the coast from Mechili in the moonlight, and who whisked the officers away from a...read more

0

Pages

Subscribe to Gran Bretaña