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WORLDWIDE Bart Vanderveen Award for 2014 goes to John Blackman

Bart Vanderveen Award for 2014 goes to John Blackman

After the Battle is pleased to announce that John Blackman has been nominated for the Bart Vanderveen Award for 2014 which was presented to him at After the Battle HQ on July 14, 2014. John has enjoyed a life-long passion for photography but it became clear to him that the […]

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The Hidden World of WWI Reveals Groundbreaking Discovery

When photographer Jeffrey Gusky, M.D., FACEP, was given exclusive access to record all but forgotten underground cities of World War I lying beneath private farms in France, he had no idea what to expect or the impact it would have on others. Now captured in thousands of striking images, Gusky […]

REVIEWS BLOODY RED TABS – Review by Chris Buckham

BLOODY RED TABS – Review by Chris Buckham

Popular culture likes to paint the senior officers of the First World War as petrified fossils of an earlier style of warfare unable to adjust to modern fighting methods and strategies. Further, they are also identified as compensating for this shortfall through repetition of outdated techniques and a refusal to […]

WHO-TUBE WHO-Tube: Gladiators of World War II – Waffen SS [E1/13]

WHO-Tube: Gladiators of World War II – Waffen SS [E1/13]

Gladiators of World War II – Waffen SS

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French Opinions About Their American Allies During World War One
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French Opinions About Their American Allies During World War One

In this article you will read a few assorted French opinions regarding America’s late arrival in the World War I and some additional thoughts on the matter of America’s inflated ego. THE TRUTH ABOUT THE YANKS AS A FRENCHMAN SEES IT THE fine compliments bestowed on Americans by visiting Europeans are generally […]

Restored Photographs Add Color to WWI
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Restored Photographs Add Color to WWI

The production of restored photographs is on the rise as advances in technology make the process easier. With the centenary of WWI approaching, this has provided a topic of interest for such imagery, and an increase of war-related images has been seen. This has added a splash of color to […]

German Weather Station Discovered in Canada
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German Weather Station Discovered in Canada

A German weather station that was used during the Second World War has recently been discovered in the most unlikely of places. It has not been located anywhere in Germany, or even in Europe for that matter, but rather in Canada. This discovery is a matter of interest, as it […]

WHO-Tube: Gladiators of World War II – Waffen SS [E1/13]
WHO-TUBE

WHO-Tube: Gladiators of World War II – Waffen SS [E1/13]

Gladiators of World War II – Waffen SS

BLOODY RED TABS – Review by Chris Buckham
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BLOODY RED TABS – Review by Chris Buckham

Popular culture likes to paint the senior officers of the First World War as petrified fossils of an earlier style of warfare unable to adjust to modern fighting methods and strategies. Further, they are also identified as compensating for this shortfall through repetition of outdated techniques and a refusal to […]

Hotel Hartenstein Oosterbeek, Operation Market Garden
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Hotel Hartenstein, Airborne Headquarters during Operation Market Garden, Oosterbeek near Arnhem – The Netherlands

17 September 1944, Oosterbeek, near Arnhem. Hotel Hartenstein was the residence of the staff members of Heeresgruppe West, Field Marshal Walter Model had taken hotel Tafelberg as his residence. There had been reports of bombardments on  the cities of Ede, Arnhem, multiple airfields, and ant aircraft positions,  nothing disturbing though […]

WWII Sherman Tank Lifted From the Bottom of the Barents Sea
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WWII Sherman Tank Lifted From the Bottom of the Barents Sea

Another tank was lifted from the bottom of the Barents Sea – “Sherman” M4A2(76)W with a weapon, M1А2. The vehicle was lifted from the bulk carrier “Thomas Donaldson” lying 55 meters deep near Kildin Island. Divers say it’s not the only tank there, two more are waiting for their turn. […]

New images captured of WWII U-boat in Gulf of Mexico
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New images captured of WWII U-boat in Gulf of Mexico

The Gulf of Mexico continues to hold historic World War II treasures, from sunken ships to one of Hitler’s U-boats. This week a diving expedition captured new images of the German wreckage. Historians say it serves as a reminder of how close the Nazis came to American soil. “It is […]

Real Weird WWII: Charles “Bazooka Charlie” or “Mad Major” Carpenter
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Real Weird WWII: Charles “Bazooka Charlie” or “Mad Major” Carpenter

  Lt. Col. Charles “Bazooka Charlie” Carpenter and his L-4 Grasshopper, mounting a trio of bazookas just outboard of the jury struts Carpenter joined the Army in 1942 and was commissioned a second lieutenant. After completing flight training and receiving his artillery liaison wings, Carpenter flew light observation aircraft such […]

Imperial War Museum Opens Doors
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Imperial War Museum Opens Doors

The Imperial War Museum in London has been undergoing millions of dollars in renovations, but is now gearing up to receive visitors once again after opening its doors. These renovations not only added to the look of the facility, but also to its general content. With new exhibitions and a […]