ARGunners Magazine

Argunners Magazine is an independent online historian and collector's magazine, dedicated to the history of both Axis and Allied powers during the World War 1 & 2 as main subject. Recently we're also covering the Civil War, Korean and Vietnam War War and more recent wars. Argunners is also a central resource offering the latest news, reviews and upcoming movie or book releases, articles and press releases on any theme related to war history.

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Video footage of the Red Army fighting in Vienna, 1945

We’ve added a new video containing authentic footage from World War 2 on our new channel “Argunners Archive” (which will feature solely authentic content, so feel free to subscrive). This new video features footage from the Soviet Red Army rushing into the city of Vienna (Wien) during the Second World War in 1945. Depicting combat …

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Trailer of Taika Waititi World War II Satire “JoJo Rabbit” Released

The trailer of World War II satire movie JoJo Rabbit from Writer director Taika Waititi (known for Thor: Ragnarok, Hunt for the Wilderpeople) has been released. JoJo Rabbit, is a World War II satire that follows a lonely German boy (Roman Griffin Davis as JoJo) whose world view is turned upside down when he discovers …

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Poland marks 80th Anniversary of the Outbreak of World War 2

“I bow my head before the victims of the attack on Wielun. I bow my head before the Polish victims of Germany’s tyranny. And I ask forgiveness,” said German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, commemorating the outbreak of World War II, 80 years ago on September 1, 1939, when Germany invaded Poland. Soon after, on September 17, …

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The First Battle of Midway on December 7, 1941

If you’ve studied World War II at all then you’ve heard about the famous Battle of Midway, one of the turning points of the war in the Pacific. Barely six months after Pearl Harbor, following a nearly uninterrupted string of Japanese victories, the US Navy sank four Japanese Aircraft Carriers and a heavy cruiser for …

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Michael Cudlitz in front of B-25 Miss Hap, getting ready for filming, at the American Airpower Museum. (Credits; Return to Hardwick)

Interview with “Return to Hardwick” Filmmaker Michael Sellers

An exclusive interview with Filmmaker/Editor/Writer Michael Sellers about his newly released documentary Return to Hardwick. Here are the details from the filmmaker himself explaining the project. Previews are shown nationally and in England. Follow them to a city near you. Interviewed by Charley Valera, author of My Father’s War: Memories from Our Honored WWII Soldiers. …

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From Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter: How Student Activism Influenced Civil Rights Movements

Civil Rights Movement has always been a subject which every generation, every age group has shown interest in. It was in the early 1960s when the Civil Rights Movement was at its peak. One could actually witness civil rights student protests in full swing to seek justice. Since then, the world has seen various youth-oriented …

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