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Sea Lion: Why not just invade the UK in 1940?

Sea Lion: Why not just invade the UK in 1940?

Other October 31, 2017 0

Military History Visualized Published on Oct 13, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 274KSUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Quite often people remark Hitler should just have finished off the UK before attacking the Soviet Union. Well, there are many problems with that assumption.

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Steamroller: Tannenberg – 1914 in Yaah! #10 on Sale now

Steamroller: Tannenberg – 1914 in Yaah! #10 on Sale now

Other September 19, 2017 0

By the Staff of Flying Pig:   Flying Pig Game announces the latest issue of their critically acclaimed quarterly tome of gaming goodness, Yaah! magazine. It’s Yaah #10 and this issue’s game looks like a great place

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Doing It Yourself – or how I obtained gaming components on the cheap!

Doing It Yourself – or how I obtained gaming components on the cheap!

Other August 25, 2017 0

By Len Zigante,                                                              

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CNN: Where are the monuments to Confederate Gen. James Longstreet?

CNN: Where are the monuments to Confederate Gen. James Longstreet?

Other August 24, 2017 1

By Steven A. Holmes, CNN “So where are Longstreet’s statues? General James Longstreet was an important figure in the Confederate Army; as important as Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, J.E.B. Stuart or A.P. Hill; nearly as critical

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Popular Mechanics: “Researchers Find Wreckage of WWII-era USS Indianapolis”

Popular Mechanics: “Researchers Find Wreckage of WWII-era USS Indianapolis”

Other August 21, 2017 0

From Popular Mechanics: “Civilian researchers say they have located the wreck of the USS Indianapolis, the World War II heavy cruiser that played a critical role in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima before being

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Longread: Whose Fault Was Dunkirk?

Longread: Whose Fault Was Dunkirk?

Other August 17, 2017 0

For years, historians have blamed King Leopold of Belgium. But did they fall for Allied propaganda? Below is an excerpt from Last Hope Island, by Lynne Olson. This story is recommended by Longreads contributing editor Dana Snitzky. “In all

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Independent: “Dunkirk: How Christopher Nolan’s film found real war ships for epic battle scenes”

Independent: “Dunkirk: How Christopher Nolan’s film found real war ships for epic battle scenes”

Other August 2, 2017 0

By Chris Evans: Despite working on the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ franchise, ‘Castaway’ and ‘Captain Phillips’, nothing could have prepared marine coordinator Neil Andrea for the scale of the ‘Dunkirk’ shoot “We had Messerschmitts flying overhead, thousands of extras on

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Polygon: The art and craft of making board games for the CIA

Polygon: The art and craft of making board games for the CIA

Other June 25, 2017 0

By Charlie Hall Acclaimed designer Volko Ruhnke gives a whole new meaning to the term “serious games” “The United States has exactly 16 agencies devoted to intelligence gathering and analysis, but only one which reports

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Forbes: Mass Grave From Thirty Years’ War Reveals Brutal Cavalry Attack

Forbes: Mass Grave From Thirty Years’ War Reveals Brutal Cavalry Attack

Other May 26, 2017 0

By Kristina Killgrove  “On November 16, 1632, two armies faced off at the site of Lützen, Germany. On one side was Gustavus Adolphus II, King of Sweden, and on the other was General Albrecht von

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Digital Trends: “At long last, somebody finally built a fully functional X-Wing drone”

Digital Trends: “At long last, somebody finally built a fully functional X-Wing drone”

Other April 13, 2017 0

By Drew Prindle  “At this point, if you don’t know who Oliver C is, chances are pretty good that you’ve been living under a rock. Over the past few months, this guy has won the

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