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  1. Wehrmacht 5 Watt transmitter.

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  2. Wolfsschanze / Wolf's Lair

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  3. Swiss army in WW1

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  4. X Company

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  5. Wreck of the USS Hornet (Doolittle raid) has been found!

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  6. LEST WE FORGET

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  7. They Shall Not Grow Old.

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  8. LEST WE FORGET

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  9. The Italian Odessa File

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  10. Operation Frankton

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  11. The Charge at Agagir

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  12. The Somme Centenary.

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  13. The Queens Own

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  14. HMS E18

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  15. Favourite Military Historical Quotes

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  16. The Hood

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  17. The Massacre at Le Paradis

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  18. The Royal Scots WW1.

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  19. World War One

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  20. No Man's Land - Poisoned By War

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  21. TV programme "SPEARHEAD"

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  22. The Loss of HMS Thetis Submarine 1939

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  23. An old friend of mine.....

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    • Stephen Ambrose

      War creates many strange juxtapositions, perhaps none stranger than this: men who are doing their utmost to kill other men can transform in a split second into lifesavers. Soldiers who encounter a wounded man (often an enemy) become tender, caring angels of mercy. The urge to kill and the urge to save sometimes run together simultaneously.
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