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Upcoming World War II Movie “Verloren in Klessin” (2018)

After Heintje Peter directed his first movie “Wir Waren Kameraden“, a second movie is in the make, called “Verloren in Klessin”. As before, the movie is shot with a small budget and depend on the kindness and volunteering of all the people involved. This movie’s budget mostly exist from the sale profits of precedent movie …

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Trailer of newly released World War I Movie: Sajjan Singh Rangroot

Sajjan Singh Rangroot (2018) is based on Sikh regiments serving in the Indian Expenditionary Force  that went to the front lines during World War I. Sajjan Singh, a polo aficionado, was a British Indian Army officer and Maharaja of Ratlam State, ruling from 1893-1947. He served on the Western Front during WWI. Here are a few stills from …

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The Forgotten Stretcher-Bearers during World War I

When America sends sons and daughters into combat not all will return unscathed, and some will die. When a member of the United States military is injured in combat, it is up to healthcare professionals to take immediate life-saving measures. Today, an injured soldier’s care begins with brave medics (US Army) and hospital corpsmen (US …

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Sidney Reilly, World War I Spy and Scoundrel

Author Ian Fleming, when asked about the escapades of his fictional spy James Bond, reportedly replied, “He’s no Sidney Reilly.” Who was Sidney Reilly and why did Fleming’s remark indicate that the smooth, suave licensed-to-kill ladykiller was inferior to him? Perhaps because what Agent 007 accomplished with the gadgets provided by the ingenuity of Q …

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The Last Fighter Pilot: The True Story of the Final Combat Mission of World War II

Remembering the final combat mission of WWII – and the boys who flew it On Aug. 15, 1945, while the Allies waited to hear if Japan would surrender, 21-year-old Captain Jerry Yellin climbed into the cockpit of his P-51 Mustang and took off from Iwo Jima to attack targets in Tokyo. With him on what …

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Foo Fighters: World War II UFO Sightings and the Nazi UFO Program

While most know of the Foo Fighters as a popular rock band, the term was actually used for a very different reason during World War II. The term was coined by Allied pilots to describe UFOs while working in both Europe and the Pacific theater. The best guess as to what these “foo fighters” were? …

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