February 2019

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These are covers of Astounding Science Fiction from the 1930s, where the future was thrilling, but utterly dystopian.                 Related Posts:Stay Tunes For Similar Posts

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Daily requirements for each soldier who invaded Normandy: 33.3 pounds of gas, and oil, grease and airplane fuel. Each man needed 8 pounds of ammunition and tons of heavy ordinance, and 7  pounds of food. This is just the beginning. Infantry divisions were allotted for Overlord: 1600 M-7 grenade launchers, and then replace them at […]

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The Horrors of Allied Bombing.

February 18, 2019
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  In the Spring of 1945 a massive effort was made to wipe out Germany’s last oil capacity. 500 Allied attacks on 130 targets reduced oil manufacturing to a fraction of its original capacity.   The Allied strategic bombing initiative would leave 7 million Germans homeless, 400,000 dead and who even knows how many injured? […]

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The Monroe Bomb

February 13, 2019
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    The Monroe Bomb was a propaganda leaflet distribution device dropped from Allied heavy bombers. Named after it inventor: Capt. James Monroe during World War II. Thousands of pieces of leaflets with messages in whatever languages were spoken below were inserted into a laminated paper cylinder with a detonator and a delay, and then […]

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Footage of Bruce Lee At a Long Beach Karate Tournament

February 8, 2019

In this video, Bruce Lee demonstrates his interpretation of Kung Fu- Jeet Kun Do. He also goes over the one in punch and other iconoclastic training ideas. Related Posts:Stay Tunes For Similar Posts

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When The Nazis Tried To Adopt Brazil.

February 4, 2019
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  It has long been known that Nazis wandered post-war into the remote regions of South America, befriended by fascist governments and military dictatorships. In the film ‘Boys From Brazil’ the idea was to clone Hitler and reestablish the Third Reich in South America. Brazil was intended to become the new fertile ground for Nazism. […]

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