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Articles by Nikola Budanovic:

Nazi Germany’s navy, known as the Kriegsmarine, possessed in its arsenal some of the most impressive ships of its time. German engineers managed to manufacture…

The Martin JRM Mars was conceived in 1941 as a patrol bomber, intended to scale up the already existing Martin PBM Mariner. The prototype, designated…

When Panthers rolled alongside Tiger tanks on the Eastern Front, eyebrows were certainly raised at the Soviet High Command. How to overcome these mechanical beasts,…

In the 1930s, military technology was on the rise, especially when it came to aircraft. Various companies were working together with governments in Germany, Great…

Europe, 1945: cities reduced to rubble, millions of people displaced, and landscapes colored with the rusted shells of destroyed tanks and weaponry, reminding everyone that…

Hailed as a superior design by both friends and foes, the legendary Soviet T-34 medium tank raised the bar in armored warfare for generations to…

Initially introduced to serve as part of a secret commando operation in Norway in 1942, the M29 Weasel was designed to overcome difficult surface conditions,…

Even though both the United States and Great Britain became fighter aircraft powerhouses by the late stages of World War II, the situation was quite…

As Great Britain faced war in Europe in 1939, it looked across the ocean to seek material help from its ally, the United States. President…

During the interwar period, France was the military powerhouse of Continental Europe. Being victors of the First World War, the French began to develop weapons…

The Universal Carrier, first produced in the 1930s, adopted a specific nickname during the first years of WWII: the Bren Carrier. This was due to…

Just weeks after the Allies landed in Normandy during World War II, a second large-scale offensive was inbound toward Germany from the east. Operation Bagration,…