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Ryan Carey Jan 14
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Neil Clark 7h
What a shameful tweet. Disenfranchising the generation who lived through & won because too many of them voted for .
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worldwar2facts.org 1h
Hitler has met Romanian leader Marshal Antonescu, to discuss German plans to invade USSR in the summer- hopes Romania will join war against the Soviets.
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Ark Victoria Academy 1h
Year 6 created an art installation inspired by and artists. They used their painting skills to create a background for their piece using imagery from pictures of the trenches. The silhouettes of the soldiers symbolise the innocent lives lost during both and .
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WWII Pictures Jan 10
A new M4A3E8 tank of the U.S. 4th Armored Division covering a highway outside Bastogne.
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Institute of National Remembrance 1h
strongly protests against the use of the emblem of ‘Fighting Poland’ in connection with any fascist symbols. The ‘Kotwica’ sign stood for Poland’s resistance against the German occupier during and is particularly meaningful for Poles🇵🇱
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Dr Phil Weir 3h
Replying to @RoyalNavy @I_W_M
battleship HMS Howe as she appeared on active service (via )
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Kindle History 25m
goodness in volatile times: The LUCK OF THE WEISSENSTEINERS in Slovakia over 50,000 downloads
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Hannah Viney Jan 13
I have a deciphering task for anyone who feels like procrastinating from a RAN rating's diary entry on Crete 1941. The word above my finger: "mostly [?] wounded..." All help appreciated!
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WWII Pictures 47m
Hitler held a last meeting with his commanders in the Adlerhorst bunker, where he instructed them to hold the line on the Western Front as long as possible. Hitler left for the Führerbunker in Berlin after the meeting, permanently.
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Calum Douglas Jan 8
Finished 3D printing my Russian supercharger from an ground attack aircraft. Feeling a bit squiffy as had to straighten it out a bit with a heatgun, suspect the plastic fumes not very healthy....proper video coming soon to explain what on earth this widget is...
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WWII Pictures Jan 11
The Germans begin to use a new "wonder weapon", the V-3 supergun. The weapon was planned to be used to bombard London, instead, Luxembourg City was bomb with 142 shells of a distant of 27 miles. Total casualties were 10 dead and 35 wounded.
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Brian ❌ Jan 14
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WWII Pictures 23h
General Bradley, General of the Army Eisenhower and General Patton in Bastogne, Belgium.
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Dan Hill 1h
Soviet War memorial in Berlin's Tiergarten. This memorial is known to some as 'the unknown rapist'. The statue unintentionally symbolises a period in 1945 in which probably more than 100,000 rapes were commited in a matter if weeks. Utterly awful. Still rarely talked about.
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Kalevi 16h
On the Finnish road. After leaving Karelia, we were traveling from one place to another for the next two years.
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Nick Budd 6h
Replying to @nickfshort
You may be interested in this document of Flight Lieutenant Gil Graham (Gunnery leader of 614Sq RAF) re one of his ops to supply drop during the Uprising. I believe the Soviets did not allow Allied planes to use their airfields which restricted the tonnage dropped.
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RG Poulussen 8h
July 1945, Berlin. Reichstag and Brandenburger Tor. The handicapted and the old.
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World War Story 1h
SU-152 Russian tank destroyers in Karelia, 1944. The design was rushed into service to deal with the heavy German tanks like the Tiger and Panther tanks. For this, the tank was nicknamed Zveroboy, “beast slayer.”
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Klaas Meijer Jan 15
Dutch veteran Eduard Jacob died (94). In 1944 he served in the Dutch RAF 320 squadron. Just before DDay general Eisenhower visited the unit and apparently asked him what a colored guy was doing in this unit.😳 Jacob served in , the Dutch Indies and New Guinea.
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