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 HQ Batallón) February 18, 2017

Every war has its secret weapons, and probably none had more than the Second World War. Even at the time, the German love of "wonder weapons" was well-known, and made a fine psychological weapon in itself. So did the Reich's love of science and engineering. Allied planners and soldiers never...read more

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 Teniente) February 15, 2017

Wery nice tour across this amazing place full of history. Let's look closer to this german II. world war prisoners (POW) camp located in east Austra and what can you find there. Are there still POW's personal items to find? American, Canadian, British and Russian soldiers. What they left behind...read more

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 Teniente) February 15, 2017

This is an good example of German engineering during World War Two. It is a machine gun bunker and an outpost that the Germans built. Thanks to WW2historyHunter we can enjoy watching this nice piece of history. On this occasion we can be glad, because is untouched by graffiti nuts. The drone...read more

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 HQ Batallón) February 12, 2017

These are the most unusual and strange facts of the Second World War: Isbushenskij Charge; Flying Beer; Norwegian Mountain Troll; Unsinkable Sam; Mad Jack; Wojtek The Bear; and Mickey Gas Mask.read more

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 Teniente) February 08, 2017

When the Luftwaffe entered World War 2, its nightfighter force was virtually nonexistent thanks to its leader, Reichmarschall Hermann Göring, who boasted that bombs would never fall on Germany. 

By mid-1940 his folly was evident; the first night fighter wing was hastily formed with Bf...read more

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 Teniente) February 07, 2017

Wery nice tour across this amazing place full of history. Let's look closer to this german II. world war prisoners (POW) camp located in east Austra and what can you find there. Are there still POW's personal items to find? American, Canadian, British and Russian soldiers. What they left behind...read more

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 Teniente) February 02, 2017

Great, informative and unbiased video once again from Military History Visualized! The Graf Zeppelin was a major investment, but why was it's construction started in the first place and...read more

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 Teniente) February 01, 2017
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In this episode we’re looking at how Britain found the manpower to fight the war. By the end at least four and a half million had served from Britain. If we add to that figure Empire and Commonwealth forces, we’re looking at perhaps upwards of ten million. Its an astounding figure….

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 Teniente) January 31, 2017

During World War II, a total of about 13 million soldiers served in the German Army. Most army personnel were conscripted. The regular German Armed Forces were mobilized in 1935 and dissolved in August 1946read more

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