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tankist_type59. ИС-2 выезжает из укрытия, Белорусский фронт, 1945 год........(го 3к ла

ИС-2 выезжает из укрытия, Белорусский фронт, 1945 год........(го 3к лайков и новый видосик заливаю?)) . •••••••••••••••••••••••••• Друг, подпишись на меня @tankist_type59 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• . . #эховойны #ussr #милитари #militaryhistory #деньпобеды #миртанков #вооружение #броня #бронетехника #отряд #служба #worldoftanks #вов #9мая #танк #танкист #ww2tank #warthunder #panzer #tank #tanks #modeltank #история #weapons #wotblitz #wot #мощь #1941 #война #1945

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world.war.2.archives. An M3A1 (Stuart III) of the 3rd Platoon, Company C, 1st Battalion, 1st

An M3A1 (Stuart III) of the 3rd Platoon, Company C, 1st Battalion, 1st Armored Regiment, 1st Armored Division, is seen here disabled in Tunisia in early December 1942. The vehicle still carries the 25 gal. spare fuel tanks on the back. This has the partially welded hull. Note the yellow markings. (Bundesarchiv) . British and other Commonwealth armies were the first to use the Light Tank M3, as the "General Stuart", in combat. From mid-November 1941 to the end of the year, about 170 Stuarts (in a total force of over 700 tanks) took part in Operation Crusader during the North Africa Campaign, with poor results. This is despite the fact that the M3 was superior or comparable in most regards to most of the tanks used by the Axis forces.

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tankist_type59. Зад тигра 🐅 вам в ленту))
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Зад тигра 🐅 вам в ленту)) . . •••••••••••••••••••••••••• Друг, подпишись на меня @tankist_type59 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• . . #эховойны #ussr #милитари #militaryhistory #деньпобеды #миртанков #вооружение #броня #бронетехника #отряд #служба #worldoftanks #вов #9мая #танк #танкист #ww2tank #warthunder #panzer #tank #tanks #modeltank #история #weapons #wotblitz #wot #мощь #1941 #война #1945

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notorious_kalash. Polish Lynx 7.62x39mm pistol!! I personally think this is the best ak

Polish Lynx 7.62x39mm pistol!! I personally think this is the best ak pistol you can buy on the market for the $$$$ As much as I love my M92, this one i like a little more, must be the side rail mount 😉 also I think its alot smoother overall!! • • • • • • • • • • #ak47 #pistol #762x39 #kalashlife #2a #kalashwood #kalashnikov #poland #radom #m92 #draco #pewpewlife #pewpew #militaryhistory #military #firearms #weapons #wood #blue #custom #finish #bih #slick #boss #igmilitia #igpic #instadaily #smg #edc

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Much respect for this WWII veteran! _________________________________ (I am not using this brave veteran to get likes.) #ww2 #war #wwii #soldier #american #veteran #usa #usarmy #military #militaryhistory #photooftheday #hero #🇺🇸 #1940s #airplane #instaphoto #instagood #instatravel #photography #instahistory #warhistorian #wanderlust #trip #travelling #travel #explore

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Thompson, M1911 and a M1 Carbine. Which of these three weapons do you prefer? Tell it me in the comments! _________________________________ #ww2 #war #usa #military #militaryhistory #armedforces #american #america #🇺🇸 #weapons #gun #weapon #pistol #1940s #wwii #history #instahistory #photooftheday #photography #instaphoto #instagood #travelling #travel #trip #wanderlust #warhistorian #explore

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juliusjaa. Major Hannes Trautloft receiving a wreath for completing his 500th com

Major Hannes Trautloft receiving a wreath for completing his 500th combat mission. Major Trautloft was the commanding officer of Jagdgeschwader 54 from 1940 to 1943. On his Messerschmitt Bf 109G you can see their unit insignia, the "Green Heart" of Thuringia. Within the heart is the insignia of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd group of the fighter wing. #history #historical #colorized #colorizedphoto #militaryhistory #ww2 #worldwar2 #axis #wehrmacht #luftwaffe #Jagdgeschwader #bf109 #messerschmitt #aviation #plane #ww2planes #pilot #secondworldwar #zweiterweltkrieg #ww2photos

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the_dutch_historian. ⚠️Strictly non-political! Only for historical purposes!⚠️
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⚠️Strictly non-political! Only for historical purposes!⚠️ . Morning pals! I was cleaning my room a little, and then I bumbed upon these drawings I've made a few years ago. I used to draw before I've started collecting and using Instagram, and I'm really proud of it! . My favourites are the first one, the Wehrmacht soldier who's supposed to be behind the Atlanticwall in France, and the third one. It's a drawing from the story which is called: A higher call. The plane flew back heavily damaged to England, with the crew only so desperately fearing for their lives, that they wanted to get away faster, than flying back the right path. Then A German pilot was ordered to shoot this plane down, wherefor he'd earn the Knights cross. When he saw this heavily damaged plane, he refused to shoot, and led his enemy the right way back to England. Those Pilots became friend a few decades later! This drawing was also the hardest, the details on the damage and shadow effect, were a real pain in the ass. . Which one is your favourite? . #worldwar2 #worldwarii #worldwartwo #ww2 #wwii #secondworldwar #army #soldiers #drawing #ww2drawing #ww2art #soldier #normandy #b17 #bf109 #flak88 #mg42 #uniform #waffenss #wehrmacht #luftwaffe #thirdreichhistory #nazigermany #military #militaryhistory #history #ww2history #historygeek #historybuff #ww2historians

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chrisbalster. Something for my military and historical indulgences.
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Something for my military and historical indulgences. #history #custer #sonofthemorningstar #militaryhistory #books #reading

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During my vacation, I had the time to improve my knowledge of #easycompany #506pir #101stairborne ahead of my coming #Normandy trip in late May with #Riverwood #Historic #Travel by #reading #stepheneambrose book #bandofbrothers #ebook #militaryhistory #greatestgeneration #brecourtmanor #6june1944 #dday

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battle_pics_insta. Info and visuals #trackedvehicles#tanks#mbts#ww2#militaryhistory#photo

Info and visuals #frencharmy

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fuehrer_of_photography. Bristol Beaufighters from No. 227 Squadron RAF attacking a German ship

Bristol Beaufighters from No. 227 Squadron RAF attacking a German ship in the Aegean Sea near the City of Kos, October 3rd, 1943. _______________________________________________________ The squadron formed at Idku (Egypt) around a core of personnel from Nos. 252 and 272 Squadrons, as a Beaufighter equipped anti-shipping and maritime reconnaissance squadron. _______________________________________________________ Operations began on April 21st, 1942, and most taking place over the Aegean Sea. The Squadron was also used for some attacks on targets on Crete and to provide fighter cover for convoys and for short-lived garrisons of Kos and Leros. _______________________________________________________ Colorized by Mario Unger. ________________________________________________________ #worldwar2 #worldwartwo #worldwar2history #worldwar2historyandinstagram #ww2 #wwii #war #history #warhistory #axis #allied #warphotography #soldiers #generals #ww2dailyhistory #military #militaryhistory #follow #worldwar2incolor #tanks #planes #ww2daily #combat #combathistory #axishistory #alliedhistory #historiansunion

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infidel.badassery. Don’t just lead, but lead by example‼️🇺🇸‼️
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Don’t just lead, but lead by example‼️🇺🇸‼️ • •‼️✅Submit Videos/ Pictures using the hashtag #infidelbadassery • •DM Pictures/Videos ✅‼️ • •Comment Below 💯✒️ • •Tag a Friend Below ✔️🇺🇸 Mercia’ • • =========================================== #military #army #airforce #guns #ww #trump #navy #marines #soldier #america #militarylife #usa #veterans #tactical #weapon #war #conservative #usmc #veteran #worldwar #usmilitary #militaryhistory #photography #militarymuscle #airsoft #militaryaircraft #merica #gun #bhfyp

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This is the story of Quartermaster Sergeant William A. Webb. He was born on November 6th 1853 in Buncombe County North Carolina. By 1877 Webb was living in Texas, and employed as a farmer. Here he would meet his wife Teresa Virginia Smith, they would marry on the 22nd of November. William and Teresa would have five children. Sadly Teresa would die on May 24th 1891. At the time of President McKinley’s call for volunteers during the war with Spain Webb was back in Asheville North Carolina. He enlisted and was assigned to “F” Co. 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry. On the morning of December 7, 1898, the regiment broke camp at Savannah Georgia, and boarded the transport ROUMANIAN they sailed the next day for Havana, Cuba, arriving on the evening of the 11th. The 1st N. C. went into camp Columbia, at Buena Vista Station, on the Mariano Railroad, seven miles from Havana. While the regiment was enroute, the Treaty of Paris was signed on December 10, formally ending the Spanish American War. Being the first American soldiers to arrive at Havana, they received a welcome that will be ever remembered by those that witnessed it. Intense gladness, almost bordering on frenzy was displayed by the Cuban people at the sight of their liberators. According to his epitaph of Quartermaster Sergeant William A. Webb was the color-bearer that day, making him the first to carry the Stars and Stripes into Havana. After the war Webb moved back to Asheville and found work as a clerk in a hardware store. By 1910 he was remarried to his wife Maggie, and working as a Teamster. Ten years later he and Maggie would run a boarding house. By 1930 he owned and operated a real estate business. Quartermaster Sergeant William A. Webb would die of “infectious myocarditis” on September 29th, 1933 he was eighty years old. #tapophiles_only #northcarolina #northcarolinahistory #tapophilia #cemeterystories #militaryhistory #spanishamericanwar #americanflag #havana #cuba #havanacuba #asheville #ashevillenc #cemetery_shots

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knightoftheblackcross. Today is the anniversary of the landing of Iwo Jima, one of the bloodi

Today is the anniversary of the landing of Iwo Jima, one of the bloodiest battles of WW2 and US Marine history. And my WW2 Marine camo rain poncho finally came today. It is double sided of the frog skin (duck Hunter) pattern. These are fairly common and inexpensive as they were mass produced for the Navy and Marines. Execpt I still got this for a great deal for the condition it is in. It was mostly likely unissued. #ww2 #worldwar2 #camoflage #camo #militaria #military #militaryhistory #history #cool #green #poncho #uniform #marine #marines #usmc #jarhead #marinecorps #cosplay #war

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🇰🇭 7/2018 • If you read something today, read this. . Cambodia has a recent bloody history that many aren't aware of, and I wasn't either, until I started planning my trip there. About 25% of its population was slaughtered in 4 years, which to give some perspective, is about 82 million of the total US population today. . I visited the S-21Tuol Sleng Prison/Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh to learn more. The well-scripted audio tour is a must, otherwise it's not worth the visit. . A former secondary school, Tuol Sleng was turned into Security Prison 21 (S-21) by the Khmer Rouge from 1975 to 1979. Approx. 20,000 people were imprisoned but the actual number is unknown. It was only 1 out of ~150-196 Khmer Rouge torture and execution centers in the country. . The Khmer Rouge regime led by Pol Pot worked to return Cambodia to an agricultural society, favoring farmers and villagers. They rounded up government officials, academics, doctors, teachers, students, factory workers, monks, engineers, and anyone who looked intelligent, and held them in these prisons, sometimes for months. They were tortured to confess their crimes and give the names of friends and family, who were then tortured and killed as well. Many of them were innocent and made up stories. . The classrooms of S-21 were converted into holding cells and torture rooms. Barbed wire was placed on windows to prevent prisoners from escaping or jumping to their deaths. Torture methods included waterboarding, electric shocks, removing nails with alcohol poured on the skin, searing with metal rods, plastic bag suffocation, and worse. . After the interrogations were done, the prisoners were taken to a site to be killed and dumped into mass graves with thousands of other bodies. . S-21 was an incredibly sobering and impactful experience and a must-see if in Cambodia, before visiting the Killing Fields. . #cambodia #phnompenh #tuolsleng #killingfields #genocide #khmer #militaryhistory #war #seasia #backpackingasia #backpackerstory #educateyourself #museums #prison #torture #cambodge #angkorwat #darktourism #girlsthatwander #speechless #culturetrip #asiatravel #asiatrip #bloglife #travelblogging #theculturetrip

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- Isaac E Hunt; Co K 75th Illinois Infantry 🇺🇸 -Isaac E Hunt, “Ike”, was born on Nov 11, 1819 in Wayne Co, Indiana to Elizabeth and William H Hunt. He was the eldest of 8 children; 6 boys, 2 girls. He grew up on his father’s farm and was educated locally. His grandfather was a Patriot Col during the Revolution. Ike’s family moved North to La Porte, IN in the 1830s. In the early 1840s, Ike moved just East to Scipio, IN and settled a farm. Here he married the 24 year old, Kentucky born, Eliza A Patterson on Feb 20, 1844 at age 25. The two had 3 boys. In fall 1852, he moved his family to Wyoming, Lee Co, Illinois and settled a farm. Eliza would become ill in early 1858 and died on March 31 at age 37. Ike remarried on March 10, 1859 to 26 year old, Pennsylvania born, Anna E McBride at age 39. The two had 4 children; 2 boys, 2 girls. Ike joined the Baptist Church in 1839 and in 1859, was appointed Deacon of the local church in Wyoming. -Isaac Hunt enlisted on Sept 2, 1862 with Co K 75th Illinois Infantry at Dixon, IL at age 42. One of his brothers, John, also joined Co K. Shortly after he was made 2nd Lt. He fought at Perryville, Stanford, Wilson's Creek Pike, Murfreesboro, Nolensville, Knob Gap, Stone's River, Shelbyville Pike, Reconnaissance to Versailles, Tullahoma Campaign, Liberty Gap, Occupation of Middle Tennesse, Chickamauga, Siege of Chattanooga, Chattanooga-Ringgold Campaign (4 battles), and the march to relief of Knoxville. On March 28, 1864, Ike was promoted to 1st Lt of Co K. He then fought at Whitesides, Tyner's Station, Blue Springs, Dalton, Tunnel Hill, Rocky Faced Ridge, Buzzard's Roost Gap, Atlanta Campaign (24 battles), Nashville Campaign (6 battles), Expedition to Bull's Gap and operations in East Tennessee. Ike was mustered out on June 12, 1865. -He returned home only to learn of his mother’s passing from that April. His eldest son had also died at home in 1864 from disease brought about from his service in the 40th Illinois Infantry. Ike worked his farm until he retired due to his age in the late 1890s. Isaac E Hunter died on Aug 28, 1900 at age 80. His wife, Anna, died in 1920 at age 87. They are both buried at South Paw Paw Cemetery, Lee Co.

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Pine Plains. #exploringbysign

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thisiswhy_westand. Masters of Leadership and Command: George Washington - Own the Hour of

Masters of Leadership and Command: George Washington - Own the Hour of Adversity. • With American troops “so thinly clad as to be unfit for service” and hunger so severe that an officer described his comrades as resembling “animated scarecrows,” General George Washington’s defeated and dispirited Continental Army was the picture of desperation in December 1776. With the British appearing to be on the verge of victory in the Revolutionary War, many lost faith. “The fate of unborn millions” depended on the Commander-in-Chief and his army. With everything to fight for, Washington refused to give up. Faced with “Victory or Death” during the darkest hour of the war, General Washington proceeded to conduct one of the greatest campaigns in military history. • On Christmas night 1776, Washington led his troops across the ice-chocked Delaware River in the middle of a severe winter storm and defeated the Hessian garrison at Trenton, New Jersey the following day. After hastening back to the Pennsylvania side of the Delaware, Washington decided to hit the enemy again. Another hazardous crossing to the New Jersey side of the river was made and Washington’s faithful warriors engaged a British force under General Charles Cornwallis at the Second Battle of Trenton on January 2. Slipping away that night, Washington’s army struck Cornwallis’s rear guard at Princeton on January 3 and won another stunning victory. • Continued in comments. 🇺🇸 #ThisIsWhyWeStand

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R.I.P. to Gene Mendonsa, the man said to be the “Kissing Sailor.”

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Add a drive through the Punchbowl Cemetery and crater to any of Your Private Tours.

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The Azad Hind (Free India) government's flag, used between 1943 and 1945. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was frustrated by the slow negotiations of the Indian National Congress with the British colonial regime. He wanted a free India as soon as possible, and by force if necessary. Thus, when World War II broke out and the British had their hands full, Bose explored opportunities for there to be a genuine Indian revolution. Pragmatically minded, he found an ally in the Axis powers, who were also enemies of his enemy. The Japanese in particular agreed to help set up and support a provisional Indian government-in-exile. Thus, Bose and other Indian expats set up the Azad Hind government in 1943 in Japanese-occupied Singapore. The only territory they administered was the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, given to them by the Japanese. The Azad Hind government also declared war on the Allies through its Azad Hind Fauj (Free India Army), which gained recruits through volunteers and Indian prisoners of war who had been captured and freed by the Japanese. A small force, it assisted the Japanese on the India-Burma frontier but was unsuccessful in combat with the British. By the time of the Japanese surrender in 1945, Azad Hind's supporters and soldiers had largely been captured or eliminated. A plane carrying Bose disappeared days after the Japanese surrender, fueling conspiracies regarding his ultimate fate.

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oscar_asgeir. #Repost @almanaquemilitar (@get_repost)
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#Repost @almanaquemilitar (@get_repost) ・・・ Alexander Adolf Stuart-Houston: Um dos últimos parentes de Hitler mora nos EUA Adolf Hitler não deixou descendentes, mas alguns parentes deles ainda vivem pelo mundo. Três sobrinhos-netos do ditador nazista moram nos Estados Unidos, Brian, Louis e Alexander. Este último é fã da chanceler alemã Angela Merkel e não gosta de Donald Trump, presidente norte-americano. Os três são filhos de William Patrick Hitler, sobrinho de Adolf. Nascido no Reino Unido, William emigrou para os Estados Unidos em 1930. Ele se alistou na marinha americana e combateu os nazistas durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial. O ditador odiava seu sobrinho. Após a guerra, William se mudou para a cidade de Long Island com a mulher alemã, Phyllis. Para poupar os filhos da vergonha de ter um parente monstruoso, ele mudou o sobrenome da família para "Hiller". Mais tarde, eles adotaram um sobrenome americano (mantido em sigilo). Brian e Louis são reclusos e nunca falaram com a imprensa. Mas, recentemente, uma repórter do jornal alemão Bild conseguiu fazer algumas perguntas para Alexander, de 68 anos. Ele mora em uma casa de madeira com um jardim florido. Perguntado sobre Angela Merkel, ele respondeu: "Gosto dela. É uma pessoa boa. Ela parece ser inteligente". Ele e seus irmãos são eleitores do partido Republicano, mas mesmo assim Alexander não é fã do atual presidente norte-americano. "A última pessoa que eu diria que admiro é Donald Trump. Ele não é um dos meus políticos favoritos, definitivamente". _______ SIGA: @almanaquemilitar ADM: @brunoguiguer #instagood #tbt #photooftheday #instafollow #l4l #tagforlikes #followback #warfootage #combatfootage #war #history #história #warphotography #guerra #modernwarfare #worldwar2 #worldwar1 #ww1 #ww2 #militaryhistory #históriamilitar #oldpic #oldhistory #wwii #segundaguerramundial

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royalbcmuseum. In 2018, the BC Archives began digitizing a collection of around 3000

In 2018, the BC Archives began digitizing a collection of around 3000 war-time photos taken by Victoria photographer, Ernest Crocker. “Mr. Trio”, as he was known by his customers, primarily worked as a photographer at a military camp established at Exhibition Grounds at Willows. There he was given special access to photograph the troops. While the majority of these photos are posed group shots, there are also a variety of candid photos (soldiers relaxing, shaving, washing dishes etc.) and photos of them training. He also photographed important military-related events, including each draft’s departure by boat, parades, and visits from military dignitaries. The first 400 images from the series are now searchable online via the BC Archives website and another upload will be added next month. https://search-bcarchives.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/world-war-i-photographs #RBCMRemembers #royalbcmuseum #bcarchives

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19 de fevereiro de 1944 O Soldado Faris "Bob" Main Tuohy (nascido em 1924) de Ohio, um fuzileiro naval dos EUA da Pioneer Company, 22nd Marine Regiment, bebe uma xícara de café (bem merecida!!) ao lado de seus companheiros fuzileiros navais a bordo do navio de transporte USS Arthur Middleton (APA- 25) depois de sobreviver a dois dias de luta pela Ilha Engebi, no Atol Enewetak, durante a Batalha de Enewetak (Ilhas Marshall). Sobre o navio USS Arthur Middleton em 19 de fevereiro de 1944: "A segurança de Engebi foi bem executada e as operações de limpeza estavam em andamento antes do anoitecer. Cinco prisioneiros japoneses foram trazidos a bordo e o navio-transporte recebeu 76 baixas, todos fuzileiros navais, durante a noite". Como parte do combate no Pacífico, a luta por essa pequena ilha foi brutalmente violenta, evidente nas expressões e na aparência desses três sobreviventes da foto. À direita de Bob Tuohy está o Soldado Stephen Garboski (nascido em 1920) de Ringoes, New Jersey. Ele seria morto em ação durante a Batalha de Guam em 23 de julho de 1944, vítima de fogo amigo de uma aeronave da USAAF. Acredita-se que o homem não identificado no centro da foto tenha morrido em Okinawa em 1945, porém sem fontes certas. Bob Tuohy sobreviveu à guerra, casou-se com Ruth Lariener, e ainda reside em Ohio. Completará 95 anos em abril. Colorido por Frédéric Duriez _______ SIGA: @almanaquemilitar ADM: @brunoguiguer #instagood #tbt #photooftheday #instafollow #l4l #tagforlikes #followback #warfootage #combatfootage #war #history #história #warphotography #guerra #modernwarfare #worldwar2 #worldwar1 #ww1 #ww2 #militaryhistory #históriamilitar #oldpic #oldhistory #wwii #segundaguerramundial

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#Repost @the_ww2_memoirs • • • • • #OnThisDayinHistory, 74 years ago today, American Marines stormed the volanic shores of Iwo Jima under great amounts of fire. The Japanese held their fire until about the 3rd wave when the beaches were full of Marines. Concealed and protected in well fortified caves and bunkers, the Japanese were able to pour deadly amounts of fire onto the Marines who were weighed down by their equipment and unable to get off the beach. Men were falling everywhere, the cry for a "Corpsmen!" or for a dying man's mother nearly drowned out the sound of battle. The volcanic sand was like quick sand, Marines weighed down by dozens of pounds of gear sunk in it and foxholes were nearly impossible to dig. Men just pressed their faces to the ground as bullets pierced the haversacks on their backs. Joe Rosenthal, who captured the famous Iwo Jima flagraising picture, said that during his first landing on Iwo Jima the enemy fire was so intense that “not getting hit was like running through rain and not getting wet.” The Japanese had fortified the island into a maze of tunnels and pillboxes, all intertwined and connected. Mount Suribachi dominated the island continued to pour down deadly fire onto the Marines who were trying to move off the beach and capture the dormant volcano. It wouldn't be captured till the 23rd. After the 19th, the Marines began to move off the beach. The battle became increasingly bloody and it seemed as though the Marines were never not under fire. Even the wounded were not safe. On the shores of Iwo Jima, countless were killed by Japanese artillery fire as they waited to be evacuated to a hospital ship. The Marines would clear a pillbox one day, only for it to be reoccupied the next. Iwo Jima was an attirional meat-grinder that cost 3,000 Marines their lives. The Battle wouldn't end until March, 1945. This was just a very brief overview that centered mainly on the landings, I plan to do a more in-depth post later. - ___________________________________ #ww2 #wwii #worldwar2 #historyiscool #military #militaryhistory #history #usmarines #usmarinecorps #semperfidelis #numquamobliviscar #gungho

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20onfour. Dinner at saddam's you available?

Dinner at saddam's you available?

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armourersbench. Our video on the XM148 Vietnam era underbarrel grenade launcher is now

Our video on the XM148 Vietnam era underbarrel grenade launcher is now LIVE! Link to the full video is in our bio. #History #firearmshistory #guns #engineering #VietnamWar #pewpew #militaryhistory #military #video #gunsofinstagram #gunsdaily #grenadelauncher #40mm #M16 #AR15 #XM148 #firearmshistory #gun #oldguns #coldwar

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