This tank liberated Surovikino town in the end of 1942. In 2011 this tank was lifted from a river bed and it was brought, restored and displayed at the Museum of Stalingrad Battle.

The tank was part of the 10 T-34/76 who fought in the district of Surovikino 6 of which were destroyed in...read more

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During the Battle of Crete, in Greece, at late May 1941 a British Landing Craft Tank (LCT) was sunk by German planes, probbaly Stukas, and is located south of Balos lagoon (by some is confused with Gramvousa). According to the locals the LCT was carrying Lee Enfield rifles and had a crew of 5-10...read more

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Creepy and iconic WWII British Bunker built by the British before 1942 sees life again; when it was recently open to the public, for the first time, as part of National Heritage Board's (NHB) Battle for Singapore project. Footsteps echoed through in it once again....read more

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The New Guinea campaign (1942–1945) was one of the major military campaigns of World War II. Approximately 216,000 Japanese, Australian, and US servicemen died. New Guinea was strategically important because it was a major landmass to the immediate...read more

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The battlefields of Eastern Europe hide some quite amazing discoveries. In September 2000, the Estonian battlefield exploration group Otsing recovered a complete T-34 tank from the bottom of a lake in the woods near the provincial capital of Jöhvi (Estonia). After...read more

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A Russian KV-1 tank from WW2 rescued from a lake and restored to running order. read more

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A German bunker built in 1943 during the German occupation was uncovered in Arcachon Basin (Gironde, France) on past 15th May, 2015 by the Archaeological Research Group for the Atlantic Wall: Arcachon Sector (...read more

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For decades, it has been unclear what caused the SS Coast Trader, a U.S. cargo vessel, to go down near the western coast in 1942. A recent investigation of the wreckage has cleared up quite a bit about the incident. Though officials attributed the sinking to an onboard boiler explosion, many...read more

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On 4th June 2015, dispatches from Juno Beach Centre in France and Nick Logan, Global News, journalist, reported that had been uncovered a German Tobruk machine gun emplacement of World War II, long buried in the shifting sands of Juno Beach. This ...read more

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