P-51 Mustang Fighter Plane Marks Entrance to Aviation Museum P-51 Mustang Fighter Plane Marks Entrance to Aviation Museum
Germany Wishes to Remove Soviet Tanks from a WWII Memorial Germany Wishes to Remove Soviet Tanks from a WWII Memorial
The man who stumbled on HELL: His place in history has never been revealed. The man who stumbled on HELL: His place in history has never been revealed.
D-Day 70th: Weymouth at War D-Day 70th: Weymouth at War


WORLDWIDE THE GREAT WAR: WHY WE SHOULD REMEMBER – By Mark Barnes

THE GREAT WAR: WHY WE SHOULD REMEMBER – By Mark Barnes

  An evening of commemoration at the Palace of Westminster I own one dark grey suit. My low fashion Swiss army knife, it does weddings, funerals, court appearances and invitations to the seat of national government. On Wednesday night my suit and I were ushered past airport style security into […]

MEDIA D-Day 70th: Weymouth at War

D-Day 70th: Weymouth at War

  To commemorate the 70th Anniversary of D-day the town of Weymouth is turning back the clock on the weekend of the 21st / 22nd of June 2014. The event is being staged alongside the annual Veterans parade next year and will be taking place all across Weymouth. Called “Weymouth […]

REVIEWS THE COVER UP AT OMAHA BEACH – Maisy Battery and the US Rangers. Review by Phil Hodges

THE COVER UP AT OMAHA BEACH – Maisy Battery and the US Rangers. Review by Phil Hodges

I’m not usually one for a conspiracy theory. I don’t believe for one minute that Princess Diana was ‘murdered’ by the Queen for example. That the SAS must have been involved or that she was pregnant and therefore had to be assassinated. I’m more level headed than that.. She was […]

WHO-TUBE WHO-Tube: “Operation Titanic” – 1944 Bombing Operations Over Germany

WHO-Tube: “Operation Titanic” – 1944 Bombing Operations Over Germany

Documentary from 1944 about the U.S. shuttle-bombing operations over Germany between bases in Great Britain, Italy, and Russia. Scenes shown include: B-17 planes bomb the French coast, B-24s bomb a German factory. B-17s are attacked by German fighters and some fall in flames; others fly on to land in Russia. […]

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    April 15th, 2014–two German newspapers calls for the removal of two Russian tanks from a memorial in Berlin which commemorates the Second World War. The two newspapers, Bild and BZ, put together a petition to the Bundestag, the parliament for Germany. A section of the petition reads: “In […]

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WHO-Tube: “Operation Titanic” – 1944 Bombing Operations Over Germany
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WHO-Tube: “Operation Titanic” – 1944 Bombing Operations Over Germany

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(Left) Hiroo Onoda when he surrendered way back in 1974 and (right) the trail leading to Onoda caves where he was said to have lived for the three decades he stayed in Lubang island.
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