New images captured of WWII U-boat in Gulf of Mexico New images captured of WWII U-boat in Gulf of Mexico
Real Weird WWII: Charles “Bazooka Charlie” or “Mad Major” Carpenter Real Weird WWII: Charles “Bazooka Charlie” or “Mad Major” Carpenter
Imperial War Museum Opens Doors Imperial War Museum Opens Doors
A trip to remember – where to visit in Normandy to discover the history of D-Day: An infographic A trip to remember – where to visit in Normandy to discover the history of D-Day: An infographic


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: World War 2 1945 Documentary – Hitler in Colour – Real Footage – by roothmens

WHO-Tube: World War 2 1945 Documentary – Hitler in Colour – Real Footage – by roothmens

*All rights are reserved to the owners or licensed.* * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.* World War II (WWII or WW2), also known as the Second World War, was a global war that lasted from […]

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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 […]

A trip to remember – where to visit in Normandy to discover the history of D-Day: An infographic
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A trip to remember – where to visit in Normandy to discover the history of D-Day: An infographic

Normandy has always been a special place to visit, with its beautiful coast, rolling countryside and wonderful cuisine. This year’s 70th anniversary of the World War Two’s Normandy Landings will prompt many of us to visit and to experience history for real at the various battlefields, cemeteries and museums. With […]

Double-Decker Bus Used as WWI Transport Returning to France
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Double-Decker Bus Used as WWI Transport Returning to France

A double-decker bus that was used for troop transport during the First World War is now returning to France at the dawn of the centenary. It has been nearly a hundred years since the transport, coded as B2737, saw its days of service. Now having been repaired to its former […]

Live Ordnance is Discovered Left Over from WWI
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Live Ordnance is Discovered Left Over from WWI

A slew of live ordnance that has been left over from the First World War is currently being discovered in France. These deadly explosives, which are known to have killed millions of people while the conflict was still ongoing, are still capable of taking lives today. So far, estimates place […]

WHO-Tube: World War 2 1945 Documentary – Hitler in Colour – Real Footage – by roothmens
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WHO-Tube: World War 2 1945 Documentary – Hitler in Colour – Real Footage – by roothmens

*All rights are reserved to the owners or licensed.* * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.* World War II (WWII or WW2), also known as the Second World War, was a global war that lasted from […]

Remembering Major Henry Kelly VC.
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Remembering Major Henry Kelly VC.

To mark the centenary year of World War 1 and the release of a range of collectible stamps and coins to commemorate this, the Post Office Shop blog team has been researching the role of the General Post Office during the Great War. During our research we have found that […]

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 […]