Category: MILITARY VEHICLES

Imagine a battlefield that has been cleared of explosives and then opened to the public. This is how the Liberty Park was founded in 1945,…

Well known 8th USAAF historian and mv enthusiast, Steve A. Carr, has many of the answers in the last of this four part series of…

Well known 8th USAAF historian and mv enthusiast, Steve A. Carr, has many of the answers in part three this four part series of articles…

Despite the image of Boy scouts in baggy shorts and funny hats, or 1950’s happy campers, Hurricane and pressure Paraffin (Kerosene) lamps do have a…

This video shows several low passes by a B-17 at RAF Bovingdon in England; it’s a capture from the movie “The War Lover.” The War…

As our subscribers will know War History Online have teamed up with the Wheatcroft Collection to enable us to bring you all the lastest news,…

This article is going to be focused on more specific and specialised units and their respective markings; for example it will look at the Medical…

M201/MB Differences Well known 8th USAAF historian and mv enthusiast, Steve A. Carr, has many of the answers in part two of this four part…

Flying Control Conversion Well known 8th USAAF historian and mv enthusiast, Steve A. Carr, likes to do something different and in this article Steve converts…

Flammpanzer III (SdKfz 141/3) Flamethrower system was located in the turret of the vehicle, a PzKpfw III Ausf M, along with a MG 34 coaxially,…

Well known 8th USAAF historian and mv enthusiast, Steve A. Carr, has many of the answers in this four part series of articles that jeep…

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April 20, 1942: a mobile artillery unit about to start on maneuvers