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Articles by Ruslan Budnik:

According to witnesses and researchers, paranormal activity is stronger in Gettysburg than anywhere else. It even has phantom perfumes! Gettysburg is a small town in…

During the operation, 1,373 Americans and 5,595 citizens of Vietnam and other countries were evacuated with the help of helicopters. On April 29, 1975, a…

Thanks to dazzle camouflage, submariners often made mistakes because they could not correctly identify the aforementioned data about the ship. Throughout military history, camouflage has…

The US forces made use of battalion radio operators to request helicopter support and coordinate artillery barriers, bombardments, and bomb and napalm strikes. The Battle…

The Japanese used special bombs filled with infected fleas and dropped them over Chinese territories. If you say “army” or “weapons,” most people think of…

Often, “Wall Jumpers” went over the border in order to demonstrate bravery, impress their girlfriend, or were intoxicated. After being defeated in the Second World…

About an hour later Shah fighters, the number of which was reportedly anywhere from 80-200 fighters, attacked the four Americans. Operation Red Wings became a…

Throughout his career as an actor, Rin Tin Tin acted as a wolf many times, primarily because it was much easier for directors to work…

The entrance to the tunnel would be bricked up, thus sealing the six men in the cave for a maximum of 7 years. After the…

A bulkhead with access holes separated the hull gunner and the driver from the fighting compartment. The tank Cruiser Mk.VIII “Cromwell” is a British medium…

“An army of sheep led by a lion can defeat an army of lions led by sheep.” “Lions led by donkeys” is a famous phrase…

More than a hundred years ago, Europe and America were convinced that serious and large-scale military conflicts were impossible. On January 1, 1901, in the…