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Simon Kuestenmacher Aug 11
of in one . In 1937 a newspaper predicted 's attack on . Source:
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Simon Kuestenmacher Aug 13
is a vivid reminder of the magnitude of . Shipwrecks around the world during the Second World War. Source:
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U.S. Dept of Defense 5h
“I never remember being frightened” Sam Folsom is one of the last living fighter pilots from and he still remembers his first combat mission. Read the full story at:
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World War II Photos Aug 15
Japanese civilians listening to Emperor Hirohito’s surrender address outside the Imperial Palace in Tokyo, Japan. 15th August 1945.
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CMG Aug 1
CMG 1) Retweet TWEET 2) Follow 3) Tag A Friend TWEET Winner @ 10 PM EDT 8/1/18
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World War II Photos Aug 14
Infantrymen and a tank of the 11th Armored Division, 3rd US Army, advance through a smoke-filled street in Wernberg, Germany. April 1945.
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World War II Photos Aug 7
Hirō "Hiroo" Onoda was an Imperial Japanese Army intelligence officer who did not surrender in August 1945. Onoda spent 29 years holding out in the Philippines, his former commander had to travel from Japan to personally issue orders relieving him from duty in 1974.
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World War II Photos Aug 6
Mushroom cloud rising over Hiroshima, Japan seen from B-29 bomber Necessary Evil. 6th August 1945.
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CIA Aug 15
Replying to @CIA
Today’s release also includes: -First 20 Daily Summary reports, highlighting intel Truman received to help address challenges US faced in aftermath of -1973 report, “Keeping the President Informed,” about the evolution of the Daily Summary
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World War II Photos Aug 16
A Canadian soldier inspecting a captured Japanese Type 96 machine gun. Kiska, Aleutian Islands, US Territory of Alaska. 16th August 1943.
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World War II Photos Aug 6
B-24J Liberator of the 856th Bomb Squadron over the target of the Rhenania-Ossag oil refinery near Hamburg, Germany. August 6th 1944.
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Burden of Command Aug 13
Tactical teaser coming tomorrow (Tuesday) along with live Steam page! Meantime note this scene in the teaser tomorrow. A *psychological* attack happens (no shots are fired and yet suppression results!). Part of an emotionally authentic battlefield.
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World War II Photos Aug 14
US Army Major General J. Lawton Collins and Major Charles Davis at New Georgia, Solomon Islands. 14th August 1943.
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World War II Photos Aug 15
Men of US Marines 10th Amphibious Tractor Battalion celebrating victory over Japan in August 1945.
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World War II History Aug 10
Japanese cargo ships under attack, Rabaul, New Britain, on November 2, 1943.
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Chuck Yeager Aug 6
Fr Mrs. Y: Does anyone know someone willing & able in Tonopah, NV (where Gen Yeager learned gunnery in 1943) w/ an SUV willing to take film crew of 6 to nearby sites to film for Yeager File documentary? (The nearest rental car agency is 4 hours away) editor@chuckyeager.com
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James Maslow 15h
Working hard or hardly working? I’d say a bit of both applies today. @ Ypsilanti Township, Michigan
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RCAF Aug 15
73rd Anniversary of V-J Day: Remembering the "Saviour of Ceylon": Air Commodore Leonard Birchall Read about his extraordinary story of service:
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WWII Diary, B-17 12h
Aug 17, 1942 On this day, Mission 1 of the 8th Air Force was flown by 12 B 17Es. It was to be the first of 986 heavy bomber missions over Nazi occupied Europe. The target today - Rouen-Sotteville marshaling yards (2 miles apart). The attacker was the 97th Bomb Group.
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U.S. Navy 17h
to 1943 when we commissioned an East Coast base to prepare aviators to fight in . Naval Air Station Oceana -
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