World Wars Magazine

World Wars Magazine is an independent online historian and collector's magazine, dedicated to the history of both Axis and Allied powers during World War 1 & 2 as the main subject. Recently we're also covering the Civil War, Korean and Vietnam War War, and more recent wars. WorldWars.com is also a central resource offering the latest news, reviews, and upcoming movie or book releases, articles, and press releases on any theme related to war history.

The Sinking and Raising of the RPS Rajah Soliman (D-66) in 1964

The RPS RAJAH SOLIMAN (D-66) a former FLAGSHIP of the Philippine Navy sunk on 29 June 1964 during the height of TYPHOON WINNIE. The loss of a Flagship is a major blow to any Naval Force; fortunately during this incident none of the Officers and Crew was lost. Despite the fury of Mother Nature, the …

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Blue Skies: Horrific Images Captured Last Moments of USAAF Bombers

We’ve compiled a second photographic gallery of heart-wrenching images which capture the last moments before disaster of several United States Army Air Force bombers during World War II. You can find the first article here: Horrific Images Captured Last Moments of USAAF Bombers during WWII. All additional information, photographs of the aircraft and crew members …

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UH1-D Helicopters in Vietnam, 1966. (Credits: Photo: US Army Sgt. 1st Class James K. F. Dung)

The Five Most Exciting Essays About the Vietnam War

As an extremely cataclysmic military conflict of US history, the Second Indochina War is one of the most widely studied and researched historical events by scholars from across the world. Today, there’s no online academic writing service that can boast experts specializing in this particular topic, nor is there a history faculty of any college …

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ID Plate of the Junker Ju 88 (Credits: Volksbund)

Wreckage of a Junker Ju 88 found in a Russian Wood

A wreckage of a World War II aircraft from the German Luftwaffe has been discovered in a Russian wood. Volksbund announced the discovery on November 14, 2019. Although little information has been released by the Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e.V., they did confirm the wreckage is of a Junker Ju-88, a twin-engined multirole combat aircraft. It saw …

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Grayback (SS-208) photographed in 1941. Naval History and Heritage Comand. Catalog# NH 53771.

The USS Grayback, Missing for 75 Years, Is Discovered Off Okinawa

Private explorers of the Lost 52 Project have finally solved the mystery of the US Navy Submarine, USS Grayback (SS-208), after 75 years. Although the wreck was found on June 5th, they officially announced the discovery on November 10, 2019. The wreck was kept hidden for decades due a single digit error in the Japanese …

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War Movie Midway, 2019

MOVIE REVIEW: “Midway” (2019) directed by Ronald Emmerich

Last night, film critic and aviation enthusiast Nathan Cragun, finally got to see the war movie Midway which was released a day earlier on November 8, 2019! I was super hyped about it and many people contacted me asking for a completely honest review, so here goes. The Good: Uniform and equipment accuracy was absolutely …

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Ford B-24M 44-50838 blown in half by an Me 262, 4 April 1945

Horrific Images Captured Last Moments of USAAF Bombers during WWII

We’ve compiled a photographic gallery of heart-wrenching images which capture the last moments before disaster of several United States Army Air Force bombers during World War II. All additional information, photographs of the aircraft and crew members and other photographs of downed aircraft for a second article, are appreciated, feel free to contact us or …

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A Giant Abandoned Cold War Bunker in Southern Europe

Somewhere in Southern Europe stands a giant bunker, build within a mountain, that once was a massive, busy complex for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Build during the Cold War era, more specifically around the grounding of the Warsaw Pact, this bunker complex was a home for somewhere around 250 people, who were daily active …

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