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The Unbuilt Nazi Pantheon: Unpacking Albert Speer's "Volkshalle"
The Unbuilt Nazi Pantheon: Unpacking Albert Speer's "Volkshalle" According to Albert Speer, Hitler's ambitious architect and all-too-capable Minister of Armaments and War Production, the final performance by the Berlin Philharmonic before this distinguished...

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Operation 'Platinfuchs' Was an Early Nazi Defeat on the Eastern Front
Operation 'Platinfuchs' Was an Early Nazi Defeat on the Eastern Front by SÉBASTIEN ROBLIN The Soviet navy during World War II is perhaps best remembered for its vigorous role in the doomed defense of the ports of Odessa and Sevastopol in the Crimean Sea. Ho...

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Nazi WWII Plan to Attack US With Sub Missiles
Nazi WWII Plan to Attack US With Sub Missiles In the closing weeks of World War II in Europe, American intelligence determined that a detachment of German submarines had been dispatched to launch a cruise missile attack on the East Coast of the United State...

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The Definitive Collection Of Secret Nazi Weapons
The Definitive Collection Of Secret Nazi Weapons Underwater missiles that could have hit New York, jet-powered bombers that were nearly impossible to intercept, sub-orbital bombers, vertical launch rocket fighters, or infrared visors are just a few of many ...

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ZiS-5 (3-K)
ZiS-5 (3-K) Aside from the ZiS-5 we know and love, there was another project with this designation, which started in early 1941. The gun was based on the 3-K model 1939 76 mm AA gun, and was noticeably longer than the ZiS-5 that ended up on the KV in late 1...

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With war against Japan seeming more than probable, and with the added possibility even of a Japanese invasion, the Australian Ministry of Munitions first considered the idea of building tanks as early as July 1940. At this time, Britain’s tank strength…

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The core of an army in Anglo-Saxon England was the king’s military household, whose members served their lord in return for reward, by the seventh century increasingly given as landholdings. Nobles and royal officers had their own households, which could…

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Coastal survivors: SA's rare, twisted trees
Coastal survivors: SA's rare, twisted trees Updated October 13, 2016 15:21:00 Hundreds of years old and with their gnarled limbs and otherworldly appearance, the grove of dingley dell gum trees in Port Macdonnell's Clarke Park is a spectacular sight. Scatte...

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Photographing one of the world's tallest trees
Photographing one of the world's tallest trees Posted January 24, 2017 13:58:03 It took 67 days, 12,000 images and a climb to stomach-churning heights, but photographer Steven Pearce finally got the image he was after of the world's tallest flowering plant,...
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