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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 MEMOIRS OF A STUKA PILOT – Review by Mark Barnes

MEMOIRS OF A STUKA PILOT – Review by Mark Barnes

Stuka operations have always fascinated me, so I was very pleased to read this book by the veteran airman Helmut Mahlke. The author takes us from the first days of his long military life as young naval cadet through to his flying training and early career at sea. His memory […]

WHO-TUBE WHO-Tube: WWII Aircraft Wrecks

WHO-Tube: WWII Aircraft Wrecks

A collection of WW2 aircraft wrecks from all over the world.

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Arnhem – Oosterbeek War Cemetery overview
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Commonwealth Cemetery Arnhem , Operation Market Garden in Oosterbeek – The Netherlands

In Arnhem, close to the Hartenstein Airborne Museum, is a Commonwealth Cemetery with fallen soldiers from operation Market Garden. The majority of those who fought and died during the airborne assault on Arnhem are buried in Oosterbeek near Arnhem. There are over 1700 burials at the Arnhem Oosterbeek cemetery. There […]

Photography Shows Interior of WWI Tunnels
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Photography Shows Interior of WWI Tunnels

Relatively speaking, not many WWI tunnels have been photographed. Although it is commonly known that soldiers often sought safety underground in the midst of shelling and gunfire, most would have assumed that there was not much to see aside from dark, hollowed soil. It turns out that this assumption would […]

The Weirdest Unsolved Mysteries of World War II
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The Weirdest Unsolved Mysteries of World War II

World War II was a period of dramatic change across the globe. But along with all the political machinations and military strategies, some seriously bizarre stuff happened. Here are five of the most mysterious incidents from World War II The Baffling Battle of Los Angeles A few months after Pearl […]

Shinzo Abe Speaks on Battle of Okinawa’s Anniversary
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Shinzo Abe Speaks on Battle of Okinawa’s Anniversary

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is often the subject of some debate when it comes to his speeches. He has a tendency to glorify Japan’s role in the Second World War, while taking a sometimes aggressive stance on foreign relations. When he spoke on the anniversary of the Battle of […]

B-29 Superfortress Brought Back to Flight!
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B-29 Superfortress Brought Back to Flight!

A B-29 Superfortress which has seen service in both World War II and the Korean War is to be given renewed flight capabilities. Currently being prepped to take to the skies once more, the plane is one of the last of its kind, with only one other remaining. Referred to […]

Jewish Inmates plan to Derail Hitlers Train – It nearly worked!
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Jewish Inmates plan to Derail Hitlers Train – It nearly worked!

During the Second World War, Hitler was almost killed by a derailed train. It was not an accident, but part of an elaborate and daring plot enacted by a Jewish man who escaped from prison in 1942. His original plan was to escape and set a trap on the tracks, […]

Imperial War Museum Reopens to Mark WWI Centenary
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Imperial War Museum Reopens to Mark WWI Centenary

After undergoing a £40 million restoration, the Imperial War Museum opens up its doors once again to the public. With its reopening come new galleries to mark WWI’s centenary celebration. Part of the restoration project of the Imperial War Museum is the brand-new atrium which was designed by Lord Foster’s firm — the […]

WWII Air Raid Shelter, with 70-Year-Old Light Bulb In Working Condition, Discovered
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WWII Air Raid Shelter, with 70-Year-Old Light Bulb In Working Condition, Discovered

A well-preserved 70-year-old WWII air raid shelter was discovered by a pupil at a primary school with its 70-year-old light bulb still in working condition. The air raid shelter was identified as the historic Anderson shelter which, lay buried for over seven decades before a pupil of the Stoke Community Primary School […]

WHO-Tube: WWII Aircraft Wrecks
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WHO-Tube: WWII Aircraft Wrecks

A collection of WW2 aircraft wrecks from all over the world.

The A-to-Z of WWI Trench Slang: A Fair Whack to Trench Coats
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The A-to-Z of WWI Trench Slang: A Fair Whack to Trench Coats

Get to know the A-to-Z of WWI trench slang. The First World war was a major battle which brought together soldiers from six various continents all in one place fighting in the name of their respective countries. As they huddled in their trenches, they soon found out the knack of […]