A vital operation towards the Allied victory of World War II
How a paratrooper assassinated the third-highest man within Germany’s Third Reich
One of the most brutal punishments of the medieval world.
The other side of the Manhattan project you didn’t know
The seldom talked about killing of civilians and POWs perpetrated by US soldiers during WWII.
The story of the brave crew of two KV-1s and their brave last stand against 43 Panzer tanks.
The unlikely circumtances that led to American and German soldiers to fight side by side in World War II.
The long and complicated history behind ‘fragging’.
How the Soviets used man’s best friend to combat the Wehrmacht.
What did a Japanese Kamikaze pilot face on his return from his ‘final flight’?
The story of the feared german mercenaries and their 2-meter sword.
The WWII soldier who performed all 4 acts required to become a War Chief.
A turning point for the Soviet Union
The Red Army could sometimes rival the brutality of the Wehrmacht.
A war doesn’t end until a Peace Treaty is signed. Here’s the story of the Kuril Islands dispute, the reason why WWII has not formally ended.
By early 1945, Germany was about to collapse. Hitler issued a Decree known as “Nero Decree”, by which he ordered Germany’s destruction.
A week before the start of WWII, Germany and USSR signed a Non-Aggression Pact. As time went by, it became clear that it was more than that.
When the February Revolution burst in Russia, Germany funded Lenin in exchange for the promise the leave the Great War conflict.