Category: FEATURED

Brothers in arms during World War One

Brothers in arms

There were many brothers in arms during World War One as voluntary joining increased at the start of the war and then conscription was enforced…

How a 1980’s Scare Nearly Became a Full-Blown Nuclear War

Nuclear War

Few moments in history have been scarier than the ten days in November 1983 when the world held its breath as the United States and…

Hitler: The Toys Who Conquered Germany

Ian Harvey

There are few things that affect actors quite like the toy action figures that are sometimes made in their image. One actress, Hallie Berry, displays…

A Nazi WWII Veterans Last and Ongoing Battle

A soldier always faces the question: “Is killing men still murder if one is in uniform?” Heinz Otto Fausten was only 21 when he found…

Vietnam War Military Ambulance Reunited with US Army Driver

Military Ambulance

A military ambulance used by US forces during the Vietnam war in the 1960s has found its way from South East Asia back to the…

Monopoly’s “Get Out of Jail Free” WWII Meaning

Thousands of prisoners got out of German prisons thanks to the game “Monopoly” It is safe to assume that one of the most coveted game…

An Interview With Stephen Harding, Author of The Last Battle When American And German Soldiers Fought The SS Together

Stephen Harding tells about his book “The Last Battle” which will be turned into a major motion picture, and upcoming projects. Please tell us the…

World War Two US Navy Ace Fighter Pilot Dies

Ace Fighter Pilot

Alex Vraciu, a World War Two US Navy ace fighter pilot, has died at the age of 96.  Alex joined the Air Force’s Fighting Squadron…

Norfolk Barns may have been Built by Nazi Sympathisers

Nazi Sympathisers

Strange barns in Norfolk’s North Pickenham, in England’s south east, have been linked to a possible World War Two plot by Nazi sympathisers. With World…

New Enigma Code Documents Discovered at Bletchley Park

Enigma Code

Alan Turing, the famous World War Two British Engima code breaker, is said to have had notes and documents stuffed into the wall cavities of…

World War Two Dresden Bombings Leave Lasting Impressions

Dresden

On February 13, 1945, Dresden in East Germany was hit by an overwhelming Allied bombing raid. First the British Royal Air Force dropped more than…

The Yalta Conference: Seventy Years Later

Yalta Conference

In one meeting the groundwork was laid for the Cold War The Fourth of February, 1945 was as good a day as any for a…