Thank you for the blog link. I took a quick glance and am interested in reading it in depth. I love stories like what I saw on your blog.
Bring back the Arrow and make it stealthy!
I would appreciate your additions to the list, Iwd.
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What company in their right mind would manufacture nazi flags? Or, perhaps, the flag is homemade.
Some of you guys share some amazing links.
I know different types of torpedoes were used in WW2 (contact, proximity (?)), and the answer to my questions might differ depending on type....
Thank you all, for your replies.
Did this happen on board USN ships?
At 9 seconds into this video, you can see a sailor wearing what looks to me like an air scrubber on his back connected to a hose. Of the three...
WOW, the first pic that comes up for me is a load test of 7-8 guns with two men standing on the guns at the highest elevation! Crazy, absolutely...
Great, thank you.
Trying to find out how the barrels of the big guns on the battleships were swapped out. As I have read, after a few hundred firings, the barrels...
1. Thank you for the laugh, a good way to start the day.
2. Does a copy of this essay exist on-line?
You mean "Fury," I think. The one about the tank squad.
Have you seen "The Imitation Game" or "Hidden Figures?" Both are superlative.
Perhaps different than the norm here, this book. Alfred Lee Loomis, someone I bet you've never heard of unless you read about the scientists...
One of the great things about this thread is the list of books here, is not what one would find on a list of "World War 2 Books Everyone Should...
LR, you are in PA, cool, I live in Lancaster.
When I read about the book, the one thing that immediately came into question is why a Frenchman would be fighting in the German army.
Are you arguing the book is fiction?
I just read up on the book, The Forgotten Soldier, and saw no indication it is fictitious, other than the...