August 2016

Blimps saw Quite A Bit Of Activity In World War II

by Daniel Russ on August 27, 2016

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  From the very beginning of my interest in aviation and military history, I have always been delighted with the notion of cross Atlantic travel in blimps. Gently gliding in the air moving with the wind, enough space to enjoy the trip. Fine dining, cigars, wine.   When suddenly World War was upon the United […]

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Alaric I. King Of The Goths. It was during 285 AD when Diocletian decided that the best way to manage the massive Roman Empire was to divide it in half, Eastern and Western Empires. Rome surrounded the Mediterranean Sea, including the Iberian Peninsula, north to Brittania, the Northern European provinces in today’s France, Italy, Germany, […]

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Rockets, Ray Guns And Aliens In Mid 20th Century Media

August 19, 2016
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This is all from Saturday Night UFOria, a site that became a study on UFO phenomenon. I saw all these movies.                             Save Related Posts:Aliens?Aliens May Kill Us All Warns Stephen Hawking.Are There Structures On The Moon?

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A Reminder From Rod Serling.

August 15, 2016

  “All the Dachaus must remain standing. The Dachaus, the Belsens, the Buchenwalds, the Auschwitzes – all of them. They must remain standing because they are a monument to a moment in time when some men decided to turn the Earth into a graveyard. Into it they shoveled all of their reason, their logic, their […]

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The Thirty Years War Produced Astonishing Casualties.

August 10, 2016
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  The Thirty Years’ War from 1618 to 1648 produced an amazing amount of casualties. It raged between small fiefdoms of Protestants and Catholics swirling around the Holy Roman Empire or Western Rome. Eventually major powers entered the war, Spain, Sweden, Dutch forces, Germany, Saxony, Bavaria, and France all poured resources and soldiers into this […]

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The Dissolution Of Empires Post World War I.

August 6, 2016
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Sikhs In Paris, 1914. There is no greater or more poignant reminder of the effects of imperialism than ANZAC Day. ANZAC is an acronym for what otherwise would be commonly called the combined Australian and New Zealand military forces that fought under the purview of the United Kingdom. These were excellent armies, auxiliaries of sorts […]

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The Auto-Ordnance T-2 Submachine Gun

August 2, 2016

    As early as 1939, as the German Army was advancing across Europe, both the British and United States realized their oversight in ignoring the pistol caliber submachine gun, and both countries scrambled to get a submachine gun in service. The only proven design that was immediately available was the .45 caliber Thompson submachine […]

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