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Mysterious postcard from the past arrives at Duluth home - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/mysterious-postcard-from-the-past-arrives-at-duluth-home.html

Mysterious postcard from the past arrives at Duluth home

LORE | Festival Internacional de Cine Monterrey

LORE As the Allies sweep across Germany, Lore leads her siblings on a journey that exposes them to the truth of their parents' beliefs. An encounter with a mysterious refugee forces Lore to rely on a person she has always been taught to hate.

Lives of the First World War: Museum to create permanent digital memorial to 8 million who served - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/lives-of-the-first-world-war-museum-to-create-permanent-digital-memorial-to-8-million-who-served.html

British soldiers wearing gas masks, by . Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, postcards and mugs. SSPL Science and Society Picture Library

The Dambusters Raid: At 9.28pm on 16 May 1943, the first of 19 Lancaster heavy bombers lifted off the runway into a clear, still early summer night. It was a raid sent to destroy a series of mighty dams, wreaking havoc with the Ruhr's vital water supplies. Known as Operation Chastise to its planners, it is remembered simply as the Dambusters raid.

The Dambusters raid: How effective was it?

It was one of the most influential achievements of World War II, a strike at the heart of the German military. Using only the equipment and the knowledge available of the time, today's British pilots will attempt to recreate the feat.

ODISEA: Berlín 1945, la caída del III Reich

Heavy Soviet artillery, present in high numbers, lob shells toward the German capital during the siege of the city in the spring of

New German plaque for downed Dambuster bomber - Telegraph

New German plaque for downed Dambuster bomber

A German historian has installed a new plaque commemorating one of the Dambuster bombers after locating the spot where it crashed.

The X-craft secret to D-Day revealed: Submariners who led invasion after spending FIVE DAYS on seabed just yards from Nazi guns - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/the-x-craft-secret-to-d-day-revealed-submariners-who-led-invasion-after-spending-five-days-on-seabed-just-yards-from-nazi-guns.html

The X-craft secret to D-Day revealed: Submariners who led invasion after spending FIVE DAYS on seabed just yards from Nazi guns

Liberté on Utah beach.  Is Cameron's Britain what we fought for in the war?   At 90 and To me, this brave new world feels all wrong, out of tune with what the men and women of World War Two accomplished with our "blood, sweat and tears". It just seems too flippant, too easy, too profane...   Harry Leslie Smith for New Left Project, part of the Guardian Comment Network.  guardian.co.uk, Thursday 9 May 2013

Is Cameron's Britain what we fought for in the war?

Harry Leslie Smith for New Left Project: At 90 I'm too old to fight those who seek to wreck the civilisation we shed blood, sweat, and tears for in the second world war

The Noordyun Norseman - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/the-noordyun-norseman.html

The Noordyun Norseman

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