Auschwitz commander denounced by grandson Auschwitz commander denounced by grandson
ONE HELL OF A WAR – Review by Phil Hodges ONE HELL OF A WAR – Review by Phil Hodges
Travel photographer, writer & blogger Geoff Moore joins WHO! Travel photographer, writer & blogger Geoff Moore joins WHO!
GUEST BLOGGERS Guest Blogger Craig Gottlieb: Is Mein Kampf an important book at all?

Guest Blogger Craig Gottlieb: Is Mein Kampf an important book at all?

Stories are popping up worldwide about Hitler’s personal copy of Mein Kampf that is for sale in my auction, which sold for $28,400 on Saturday. Prior to and after the auction, I was inundated with questions from the press. The persistent question I get is … why is Mein Kampf […]

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Travel photographer, writer & blogger Geoff Moore joins WHO!

Travel photographer, writer and blogger Geoff Moore is passionate about both travel and history so combining those interests with War History Online was an easy question to say yes to! A current committee member of The British Guild of Travel Writers (8 years), Geoff has travelled much of the world […]

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ONE HELL OF A WAR – Review by Phil Hodges

So you want to write a book about World War 2 about a specific unit or Regiment? In this case you want to write about the US 317th Infantry Regiment and its exploits throughout Europe. So how do you go about it and more importantly how do you keep it […]

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KHUDADAD KHAN VC

Zahra Aleem tells the proud story of the first Muslim recipient of the Victoria Cross. History has it’s own way of revealing itself. Sometimes you travel back a hundred years in just a matter seconds to witness an extraordinary display of courage by using a mere old dusty book. As […]

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Auschwitz commander denounced by grandson
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Auschwitz commander denounced by grandson

Rudolf Hoess, who was commander of Auschwitz concentration camp, was tried during a group of hearings 69 years ago in Nuremburg.  His grandson feels that Europe has not learned from the past and is ashamed of what his grandfather did. He explained that if his grandfather had a grave marker […]

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ONE HELL OF A WAR – Review by Phil Hodges
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ONE HELL OF A WAR – Review by Phil Hodges

So you want to write a book about World War 2 about a specific unit or Regiment? In this case you want to write about the US 317th Infantry Regiment and its exploits throughout Europe. So how do you go about it and more importantly how do you keep it […]

Travel photographer, writer & blogger Geoff Moore joins WHO!
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Travel photographer, writer & blogger Geoff Moore joins WHO!

Travel photographer, writer and blogger Geoff Moore is passionate about both travel and history so combining those interests with War History Online was an easy question to say yes to! A current committee member of The British Guild of Travel Writers (8 years), Geoff has travelled much of the world […]

Liverpool Bids a Final Fond Farewell to D-Day Landing Ship
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Liverpool Bids a Final Fond Farewell to D-Day Landing Ship

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Band of Brothers actor Damian Lewis, is awarded his OBE from fellow Old Etonian Prince William
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Band of Brothers actor Damian Lewis, is awarded his OBE from fellow Old Etonian Prince William

He may be one of Britain’s biggest acting exports, becoming an international celebrity on the back of roles in Homeland and Band Of Brothers. But Damian Lewis has called being awarded an OBE by his fellow Old Etonion the Duke of Cambridge a ‘huge surprise’.  The 43-year-old actor compared the […]

Check Out The Incredible Armored Trains Of WWI & WWII
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Check Out The Incredible Armored Trains Of WWI & WWII

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Rudolf Friedlander – an unsung Jewish hero

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Hitler Watercolor Fetched $162,000 In an Auction
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Hitler Watercolor Fetched $162,000 In an Auction

A supposed Hitler watercolor of  the old city hall of the German city of Munich went under the gavel almost thrice as much as its expected price — for a whopping $162,000 [130,000 euros]. In earlier reports, it was already pointed out that the value of the Hitler watercolor, titled aptly […]