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For the first time, the legendary 2006 Russian documentary ‘Third Reich – Operation UFO’ in its entirety, fully translated into English and available for free viewing.… Read Full Article
The second World War was devastating, but also plenty of technical advancements were made possible by the combatants’ desire to win. Despite being defeated in the end, the German war machine had impressive weaponry at its disposal, including sophisticated creations that could have helped it win.… Read Full Article
A media campaign that focused on Hitler’s residences, such as the Old Chancellery in Berlin, pictured above, helped …
Though it’s incomprehensible now—after decades of historical excavation, in-depth biographies, and international war crimes trials— there was a brief time that the name Adolf Hitler recalled something other than evil.… Read Full Article
One Paris-based artist decided to dive into the romantic city’s history, painstakingly recreating some of the most haunting photos from World War II.
“I’m interested in Paris history and in the story of these few days in August 1944,” Julien Knez wrote to ABC News of the when the Liberation of Paris was fought, which eventually freed Paris from Nazi control.… Read Full Article
Nazi leader Adolf Hitler commissioned thousands of mostly bronze and marble artworks as he sought to transform Berlin into the world capital “Germania” (AFP Photo/)
Berlin (AFP) – German police Wednesday recovered two life-sized bronze sculptures of horses worth millions that once stood outside Adolf Hitler’s chancellery but vanished in the year the Berlin Wall fell.… Read Full Article
In late April 1945, chaos reigned in Berlin. Years of war had turned former superpower Germany into a battleground, and its cities from strongholds into places under siege. The Red Army had completely circled the city, which now called on elderly men, police, and even children to defend it.… Read Full Article
Archaeologists say they’ve discovered what they believe to be a Nazi hideout in the middle of an Argentinian jungle.
Six researchers from the University of Buneos Aires and La Plata Museum found the ruins of what is believed to be a hideout in Teyu Cuare Park in northern Argentina near the border with Paraguay, team leader Daniel Schavelzon told ABC News today.… Read Full Article