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Specials

  • Article by Wesley Dankers
  • Published on October 25th, 2016

England game


  • Article by Pieter Schlebaum
  • Published on April 25th, 2013

Geuzen Resistance


  • Article by Peter Kimenai
  • Published on September 5th, 2012

Japanese air raid on Broome


  • Article by Frans van den Muijsenberg
  • Published on December 24th, 2020

Berlin Mai 1945


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World War 2 Youtube Series - German Army Surrounded: You Did Nazi That Coming!

14Feb

World War 2 Youtube Series - German Army Surrounded: You Did Nazi That Coming!

New on Youtube, from the makers and creators of Youtube channel 'The Great War', the Second World War week by week, 6 years long.

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Arnhem veteran Les Ransom passed way

9Feb

Arnhem veteran Les Ransom passed way

On Monday 8 February Arnhem veteraan Les Ransom passed away. Les served with 250 Company RASC. It's likely that he was the last veteran alive who fought at the Arnhem bridge.

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Austrian man leaves 'large amount' to village that saved family from Nazis

3Feb

Austrian man leaves 'large amount' to village that saved family from Nazis

A 90-year-old Austrian man leaves a gift to Le Chambon-sur-Lignon in France for saving his family.

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World War 2 Youtube Series - Fortress Singapore Stands Alone! - WW2 - 127 - January 30, 1942

31Jan

World War 2 Youtube Series - Fortress Singapore Stands Alone! - WW2 - 127 - January 30, 1942

New on Youtube, from the makers and creators of Youtube channel 'The Great War', the Second World War week by week, 6 years long.

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Nazi monuments around the world

27Jan

Nazi monuments around the world

There are hundreds of statues and monuments around the world to people who abetted or took part in the murder of Jews and others during the Holocaust.

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British WW2 veteran Tom Hicks passed away

25Jan

British WW2 veteran Tom Hicks passed away

British WW2 veteran sapper Tom Hicks passed away at the age of 101 years. He served with the 1st Parachute Squadron Royal Engineer in Tunisia, Sicily, Southern Italy and Arnhem, where he was wounded and taken prisoner.

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