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In a radical way this intervention sheds new light on the Dutch policy on cultural heritage. At the same, it makes people look at their surroundings in a new way. The project lays bare two secrets of the New Dutch Waterline (NDW), a military line of defence in use from...read more

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This is another good job made by Youtuber jmantime. He shows us the use of different World War II weapons in the Yugoslav Civil War, between 1991 and 1999. Among them there are rifles, tanks, machine guns, submachine rifles, etc.: Mauser Rifles, Thompson, PPSH-41’s, Lewis Gun Model 1916, MG-42,...read more

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The DUKW, an American amphibious vehicle, sunk in High Garda in the final days of World War II, identified in December 2012 by Volunteers Garda to 3,500 meters South of the coast of Riva del Garda, at the height of the Horn of Bo, will be finally pulled out  from the surface to be exposed to the...read more

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HMS Saracen has been found and photographed on the Mediterranean seabed at a depth of 1,385 feet (422 m) off the coast of Corsica, where she was scuttled by her own crew, by Italian engineer Guido Gay, after a two-year search. HMS Saracen was the...read more

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The ship was found on the seabed between Tuscany and Corsica by engineer Guido Gay, Pier Giorgio Pinna, La...read more

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The bunker discovered near Selkirk by British Resistance Archive team, leadered by David Blair during last spring (April-May 2015) was built around 1941 for anti-Nazi resistance fighters. This site is an important finding because it is part of a large network of up to...read more

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A huge underground shelter used by the defunct Imperial Japanese Navy's Grand Fleet Command has been shown to media nearly 70 years after the end of World War II. The command was headquartered at Keio University's campus in Hiyoshi, Yokohama City, from...read more

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Defensive operations were considered by Japanese Imperial Army, as merely a temporary phase of combat necessitated by the momentary preponderance of the strength of hostile forces. According to Japanese doctrine, positions should be constructed on high ground...read more

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The Lancaster Mk III heavy bomber ED450 (EA-G) crashed on the breakwater in Plymouth Sound on 13th February 1943. ED 450 was from 49 Squadron based at Fiskerton in Lincolnshire and had just returned from a raid on the U-boat pens at Lorient in France. All the crew were killed. the remains of the...read more

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