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Inside Hitler’s Home (The Berghof)

The “Berghof”, which was previously called “Haus Wachenfeld” was Adolf Hitlers vacation home for roughly ten years while Hitler was Chancellor of Germany. The home was extensively remodeled in 1935 after Hitler purchased the home with the funds he received from hit top selling book “Mein Kampf“. The vacation home is well known due to … Read more

WWII Tanks Found In Iraq {Video}

A handful of of WWII era tanks were found in Iraq after the 2003 US led invasion. Some of the tanks include: CV33 Tankette, Mark VIB light tank, Mk IV Churchill, M4 Shermans, M24 Chaffees, M36 Jackson Tank Destroyers, and even M8 Greyhounds. Some of the tanks were used by the Iraq army before the … Read more

╬ How Stahlhelme Are Made {Video}

Have you ever wondered how Stahlhelme (German for “steel helmets”) are made? Well luckily Die Deutsche Wochenschau (German for “The German Weekly Review”) made a video of the process in circa 1940. We are currently trying to find the original version of the film and once we do we will translate the film into English … Read more

Stahlhelme Turned Into Soup Pots!

Ever wondered what happened to the hundreds of thousands of German Stahlhelme (helmets) after the end of World War 2? Well apparently some of them were turned into steel pots after the war, here is a video of the process. Pictured below is a pile of German WWII Stahlhelme (helmets) after the war:

╬ German Panzers In Action – Color {Video}

You must see this great video from the HC Terrorist Youtube channel! The video shows German panzer (tanks) in action during World War 2. Remember, the video is not intended to promote Nazism in anyway, it is meant to help educate people about Germany during World War 2. No racism comments or remarks will be … Read more

What’s The Rough Coating On German WW2 Tanks?

Have you ever wondered what the rough “cement” looking coating on German tanks during World War 2 was used for? A LOT of people have asked the same question, so I figured I would write up a short blog post to explain why German tanks were sometimes painting with that. The dried cement looking coating … Read more

╬ German Battle Of Stalingrad Newsreel

Check out this German WW2 newsreel about the Battle of Stalingrad which took place from August 23, 1942 until February 2, 1943. This newsreel shows the early part of the battle at which time the German army was making gains in and around the city. However, by November 20, 1942 the Germans were surrounded by … Read more

WWII German Anti-Tank Training {Video}

During WWII, Germany had the best propaganda of all the countries in the war. But did you know that they also made great training videos? Check out the actual German WWII anti-tank training video below and tell us what you think about the video in the comments below. As you can see from the video, … Read more

Pak 40 vs Ford F-150

Have you ever wondered.. what would happen if you shot a Ford F-150 with a German Pak 40. Now in case you don’t know what the Pak 40 is, it’s a 75mm anti-tank gun produced during the war from 1942-1945. About 20,000 of these bad boys were made during the war. The Pak 40 had … Read more