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, Last update: February 11 2016,
On the West side of the Staelduinse Forest lies Artillery Stand "Kormoran". This was an open firing position just outside the inner anti-tank ring of Fortress Hook of Holland...

, Last update: February 2 2016,
Situated at a safe distance from the coast in the Staelduinse Forest area at 's-Gravenzande, Stp. XIX was the Fortress Hook of Holland Command Headquarters.

, Last update: September 18 2016,
To compensate the growing shortage of laborers to work in the Peenemünde test facilities, forced laborers were put to work between May 1943 and April 1945. To house...

, Last update: January 6 2016,
This is one of the "Sonderbauten" which was planned to be built by organisation Todt between 1943 and 1944 in France. The underground complex was ment to be used...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
The development of the V-3 weapon, was yet another Third Reich Vengeance project aiming to unleish it's reign across the English Channel and target London from the European mainland....

, Last update: January 7 2016,
This is the memorial in Karlshagen. During the 60's, on the southside of this cemetery a mass grave was discovered containing 56 dead.

, Last update: February 18 2014,
In November 1938 Generalfeldmarschall Walther von Brauchitsch gave the green light for further development of the Peenemünde rocket programs and the mass-production of rockets. This development also fuelled the...

, Last update: June 14 2017,
The Historisches Technisches Museum Peenemünde Im Kraftwerk is largely situated on the grounds of the power plant of Heeresversuchsanstalt Peenemünde, a former army research center where weapons like the...

, Last update: February 19 2014,
On June 1942, Hitler personally decided that both the V1 and V2 projects were of equal importance and each needed to be given the highest priority. With the defeat...

, Last update: June 14 2017,
On the 3rd of October 1942, for the first time in human history, a ballistic missile, the A4 (or V2) rocket, was succesfully launched and even reached space. A...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
Our last trip started with a visit to the Deutsches museum in Munich. This is really a "flying" goldmine. As the second World War connoisseurs already know, the German...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
Originally built during the First World War between 1916 and 1919, the Ludendorff Brücke (named after German WWI hero General Erich Ludendorff) was planned between the villages of Remagen...




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