Explore Then And Now, World War and more!

Discover 'The Dambusters Raid' and its 'Heroes' in 23 Impressive Infographics, Images, Arts and Footages Selected for You: Then and Now

Discover 'The Dambusters Raid' and its 'Heroes' in 23 Impressive Infographics, Images, Arts and Footages Selected for You: Then and Now

Drinking after raiding Hitler's headquarters

Drinking after raiding Hitler's headquarters

The Dieppe Raid and the failure of the churchill tank | World War II Social Place

The Dieppe Raid and the failure of the churchill tank | World War II Social Place

COSSAC staff, under Lt. Gen. Frederick E. Morgan, studied every aspect of a cross-channel invasion of the continent, and eventually chose Normandy. The project seemed remote then, given the vulnerability of Great Britain as she stood alone against the Axis powers, but it was never considered impossible. That year, even while the island nation was preoccupied with its own defense after the fall of France and the Low Countries, the British Defense Ministry created the Combined Operations ...

COSSAC staff, under Lt. Gen. Frederick E. Morgan, studied every aspect of a cross-channel invasion of the continent, and eventually chose Normandy. The project seemed remote then, given the vulnerability of Great Britain as she stood alone against the Axis powers, but it was never considered impossible. That year, even while the island nation was preoccupied with its own defense after the fall of France and the Low Countries, the British Defense Ministry created the Combined Operations ...

Hitler's Last Bridge (WWII's Greatest Raids) - World War II Social Place

Hitler's Last Bridge (WWII's Greatest Raids) - World War II Social Place

The Allied Counter Attack 25 December 1944 - 28 January 1945: An aerial view of snow-bound Einskirchen during a raid. Smoke clouds mark the destruction of the key rail bridges over the Erft River which was a vital link for supplies from Cologne to the Ardennes front.

The Allied Counter Attack 25 December 1944 - 28 January 1945: An aerial view of snow-bound Einskirchen during a raid. Smoke clouds mark the destruction of the key rail bridges over the Erft River which was a vital link for supplies from Cologne to the Ardennes front.

Impressive Colour Footage of the Battle for Norway 1940

Impressive Colour Footage of the Battle for Norway 1940

Samurai in traditional non-combat clothing. Armor became increasingly pointless in the 19th century, as Japan was largely in a period of peace, combined with the modern weapons of the West which made samurai obsolete.

Samurai in traditional non-combat clothing. Armor became increasingly pointless in the 19th century, as Japan was largely in a period of peace, combined with the modern weapons of the West which made samurai obsolete.

The Imprint of a Phantom Army : “Convoy Crossing the Atlantic, 1944,” by Arthur Singer, is among the artworks in the “Ghost Army” exhibit. collection: Paul Singer

The Imprint of a Phantom Army : “Convoy Crossing the Atlantic, 1944,” by Arthur Singer, is among the artworks in the “Ghost Army” exhibit. collection: Paul Singer

Pinterest
Search