Craig Bowman

Craig Bowman

I have a passion for history and for filming historic places of interest around the world. My main interest is in WW2, the museums, vehicles, aircraft and places that have historically significance and enjoy continuing to tell the stories of past heroic actions and events.

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Articles by Craig Bowman:

Although World War II is long over, the vestiges of battles with Nazi Germany at sea and on land, still litter English beaches and the…

Theodore “Ted” Lumpkin Jr., a member of the world-famous Tuskegee Airmen, passed away on the day after Christmas in 2020, a few days before his…

The legislation also contained a tucked-away clause called the Intelligence Authorization Act (IAA). It refers to aircraft flying through space unidentified – UFOs, as commonly…

Cindy P. Gaylord, head of the Historical Commission in Westfield, Massachusetts, was astounded when she was approached to take back a sword stolen from the…

George Blake passed away at the age of 98 in Russia. Blake is known for being a British agent in the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS)…

A crew of crab fishermen were nearly killed when an explosion expected to be from a WWII bomb lifted their 42-foot vessel, the Galwad-Y-Mor, out…

The Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial in Boise, Idaho, was vandalized with  swastikas early morning on Tuesday, December 8, 2020. Nine stickers with swastikas and…

The US Coast Guard’s only long-range icebreaker, the Polar Star, would typically head to the Antarctic to help with the resupply of the McMurdo Station.…

If you are a healthy, vibrant World War II veteran pilot, how would you choose to spend your 100th Birthday? Harry Moyer is just such…

Compared to the inconveniences that plague the average beachgoer – overcast skies, sand flies, or jellyfish, to name a few – the problems faced by…

President Donald Trump has signed a bipartisan bill which clears the way for US Army Sgt Alwyn Cashe to posthumously receive the nation’s highest military…

Archaeologists are excavating a rare Viking longship that has been buried for about twelve hundred years in Norway. It’s the first such excavation in Norway…