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Berlin women, it seems, were short of food, but well provided with poison. There were instances of mass-suicide by poison. The actor Paul...
Saigon, June 11, 1963 Buddhist monk Quang Duc burned himself in protest against the persecution of Buddhists by the Government of South Viet...
WHAT WAS THE MY LAI MASSACRE? The My Lai Massacre was the mass murder conducted by a unit of the U.S. Army on March 16, 1968 of 347–504 un...
Waffen SS soldiers crouch in a trench. Spring 1944 WHY HAS WAFFEN SS BECOME A CULT? It was way back in 1945 that the ...
A word of caution. This article has a few images that may seem distressing. But we still carry them as we feel shrinking from our past hardl...
Napoleon once observed that "History is a lie agreed upon." If you believe that the Allied soldiers, American and British so...
His comrades tend to a badly injured German soldier on the Eastern (Russian) Front in 1942. A medieval Nordic war ritual? Torchlight parad...
The Nanking Massacre or Nanjing Massacre, also known as the Rape of Nanking, is a mass murder and war rape that occurred during the six-week...
The eastern front was a hard place to be in. If the SS and gestapo did evil things in Russia, the Russian soldiers were no angels too. Here...
In the trenches rats were a big problem. They ate up both the corpses and the rations of soldiers. German soldier moves through poison gas...
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Rare Images Of WEHRMACHT (German Army) During WW2
-- German soldiers: Part 1
-- German soldiers: Part 2
-- Wehrmacht Part 3
-- Wehrmacht: Part 4
-- Wehrmacht: Part 5
-- Wehrmacht (German soldiers) Part 6
-- Wehrmacht (German Soldiers) Part 7
-- Wehrmacht (German Soldiers): Part 8
-- Wehrmacht (German Soldiers): Part 9
-- Wehrmacht (German Soldiers): Part 10
-- Wehrmacht (German Soldiers): Part 11: The Motorcycles
-- Wehrmacht: Part 13
-- Wehrmacht: Part 14
-- Wehrmacht: Part 15: Marrying
-- Wehrmacht: Part 16
-- Wehrmacht: Part 17
-- Wehrmacht (German Soldiers): Part 18
-- Wehrmacht (German Army): Part 19
-- Wehrmacht (German Army): Part 20
They Said It....
Quotes ....GANDHI... HITLER...CHURCHILL... STALIN
-- Quotes from Adolph Hitler
-- Quotes By Winston Churchill
-- Quotes By Joseph Stalin
-- Humorous quotes (Some are really not funny)
After several unsuccessful tries by Stauffenberg to meet Hitler, Göring and Himmler when they were together, he went ahead with the attempt at Wolfsschanze on 20 July, 1944. Stauffenberg entered the briefing room carrying a briefcase containing two small bombs. The location had unexpectedly been changed from the subterranean Führerbunker to Speer's wooden barrack/hut. He left the room to arm the first bomb with specially-adapted pliers, a task made difficult because he had lost his right hand and had only three fingers on his left. A guard knocked and opened the door, urging him to hurry as the meeting was about to begin. As a result, Stauffenberg was able to arm only one of the bombs. He left the second bomb with his aide-de-camp, Werner von Haeften, and returned to the briefing room, where he placed the briefcase under the conference table, as close as he could to Hitler. Some minutes later, he excused himself and left the room.
GREAT HISTORY BOOKS
D-DAY: The Battle for Normandy - ANTONY BEEVOR
Storm of War: A New History of the Second World War - ANDREW ROBERTS
Stalingrad: A Fateful Siege by ANTONY BEEVOR
Russia Against Napoleon by DOMINIC LIEVEN
FALL OF BERLIN 1945 by Antony Beevor
BADLANDS: Europe Between Hitler And Stalin by Timothy Snyder
Quotes about War...
Quotes about War....
--Mao Tse-Tung (1893 - 1976)
Quotes about War....