» Tokarev RiflesOne of the most successful rifles produced by the soviets during the World War Two.
» 10 Deadliest Snipers of World War IISnipers were one of the most lethal weapons in the service of armies and in particular by the Red Army.
» Surrender of JapanAfter the atomic bombs in Japan and all the defeats of the Japanese Imperial Army, Emperor Hirohito decided to announce the surrender of Japan putting an end to the WWII.
» Navajo Code TalkersGuadalcanal, Tarawa, Peleliu, Iwo Jima: the Navajo code talkers took part in every assault the U.S. Marines conducted in the Pacific from 1942 to 1945.
» USA Declaration of War on JapanInformation about the request of US declaration of war on Japan.
» Barrage BalloonsInformation about the barrage balloons used by the British and Americans throughout the world war.
» Obscure facts about Adolf HitlerMany strange, contradictory and often largely unsubstantiated rumours have arisen about Hitler, both in life and death. Of course many of these are little more than propaganda created by his enemies, in seeking to discredit him as a volatile madman.
» Wolf's LairMain Adolf Hiter's headquarter.
» 10 curious facts about WWIISome curious facts about the WWII.
» Obscure facts about Winston ChurchillWinston Churchill, the emblematic British wartime leader is instantly recognisable by his cigar, bowler hat, trench coat, and imposing frame. Obscure facts about Sir Winston Churchill that portray the man in fresh light.