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D-Day Landings,1944

Posted June 7th, 2014 at 11:37 AM by jos

On June 6th,1944,the allies,155,000 in number made a surpise landing in west coast of Normandy, in western German-ocuppied France.The d-day landings or dunkirk day landings made the war end faster.
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Operation Barbossa(invasion of Red Army or Russians),1941

Posted June 7th, 2014 at 12:07 PM by jos

After failing to invade Britain and the failure of Operation bluestar in the summer,the Fuhrer organized the invasion of the USSR(Russia) although the two had signed a non-aggression pact with each other.
It was a great task for the Germans.Had this been accomplished,it would have been the greatest successful military operation.
3 billion Germans stormed into Russian-occupied Poland and then invaded Russia.The Germans targeted three industrial cities Leningrad...
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Erich Hartmann : 352 victories as a way to defeat.

Posted July 24th, 2014 at 09:09 AM by General Winter

352 victories as a way to defeat.

One of the Cold War's anti-Soviet myths says of a total superiority of German Air Force over Soviet's.

Really,Major Erich Hartmann claimed, and was credited with, shooting down 352 Allied aircraft, including 348 Soviet and four American. His colleagues in Luftwaffe 52th Fighter Squadron, Gerhard Barkhorn and Gunther Rall , claimed about 301 and 275 victories. These figures contrast sharply with the results of the best Soviet fighter pilots:...
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Broken mirror

Posted October 17th, 2015 at 11:50 AM by deaf tuner
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Very long ago I saw a suggestive scene on a broken mirror. I don't remember the movie, I remember it was on WW2, it was black and white and there were some very strong scenes. Maybe it was a movie made in SU. The few sequences I remember are the kind some Sovietic directors were masters in creating.

Trying to get a look at reality, to make an image of it, to see and understand is always only partial achieved, like looking into a mirror: it might be accurate, but remains a part,...
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hier is da feestje !!!
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The Causes and Consequences of the Crusades

Posted October 18th, 2015 at 04:26 PM by Futurist

Here is yet another essay which I previously wrote :

The Causes and Consequences of the Crusades

The Crusades, which lasted from 1095 to 1291, were an extremely important period in both European history and Middle Eastern history. In this essay, I will discuss both the causes and the consequences of the Crusades. However, before I will do this, I will provide some background information about the events, developments, and circumstances which led to the Crusades....
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