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Animal mascots were fairly common during World War II, but there are few military units who can say they served alongside a brown bear. It’s…

British Soldiers and Mustaches

When one imagines the British Empire, it’s hard not to think of a British soldier standing proud with a neatly trimmed mustache. This tradition was…

Patton Tanks

Since WW2 US vehicles have been named after notable American historical figures, but this ongoing tradition of the US’ tank names was actually started by…

The United States Air Force is moving forward with its plans to modify the MC-130J Commando II so it can support detachable pontoons, which would…

Chris Brannigan with his arms outstretched

A British Army major is embarking on a walk across the American east coast to raise money for research into Cornelia de Lange Syndrome, a…

Strangest Military Units

Over the course of human history, there have been countless militaries, armies, and units, some of which were formed for peculiar reasons. This article contains…

James E Wright

The remains of an Army servicemember who was declared missing during WWII have been successfully identified almost 77 years later. The lieutenant from Parkton, North…

Chocolate lovers alike are aware of Hershey’s MOUNDS bar. The coconut-filled, dark chocolate treat is an American staple, and as far as Hershey’s chocolate goes,…

Screenshots of Maria and her father from her TikTok videos

A UC Berkley student has gone viral, thanks to her rather unique TikTok series, where she interviews her father, who just happens to be a…

Demon Core Atomic Bomb Experiement - Re-Creation

In August 1945 the United States dropped two atomic bombs on two Japanese cities. These bombings remain the only time nuclear weapons have ever been…

two subs have sunk ships since 1945

WWI and WW2 cemented the submarine’s place in military arsenals all around the world. German submarine activity in WWI was one of the major reasons…

Meissen armorial tea and coffee service

An auction featuring 117 Meissen porcelain pieces has fetched over £10 million. The items auctioned off once belonged to lawyer and industrialist Dr. Franz Oppenheimer…