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Private Snafu Gripes

WATCH: Private Snafu – Gripes

PRIVATE SNAFU: Episode 2 – Gripes Private Snafu was the title character of a series of American instructional cartoon shorts, ironic and humorous in tone, produced by Warner Bros., between 1943 and 1945 during World War II. The series were designed to instruct armed forces personnel about security, proper sanitation habits, booby traps and other military subjects. It depicted Private …

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Private Snafu – Fighting Tools

WATCH: Private Snafu – Fighting Tools

PRIVATE SNAFU: Episode 6 – Fighting Tools Private Snafu was the title character of a series of American instructional cartoon shorts, ironic and humorous in tone, produced by Warner Bros., between 1943 and 1945 during World War II. The series were designed to instruct armed forces personnel about security, proper sanitation habits, booby traps and other military subjects. …

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Private Snafu - The Infantry Blues (1943)

WATCH: Private Snafu – The Infantry Blues

PRIVATE SNAFU: Episode 5 – The Infantry Blues Private Snafu was the title character of a series of American instructional cartoon shorts, ironic and humorous in tone, produced by Warner Bros., between 1943 and 1945 during World War II. The series were designed to instruct armed forces personnel about security, proper sanitation habits, booby traps and other military subjects. …

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Berlin 1945 stunning color footage

Stunning Color Footage of Berlin After WWII

Watch stunning color footage of Berlin just two months after the war, First Motion Picture Unit—the U.S. Army’s film production unit—traveled around Europe to record the damage done by the war. Dubbed “Special Film Project 186,” it was the last project of Owen Crump, a screenwriter experienced in propaganda and war movies. Thanks to Kodachrome …

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Interesting color footage of Spitfire IX MJ730

Original WWII color footage of World War II aircraft including Spitfire IX MJ730 shot by Memphis Belle director William Wyler in 1944. Other footage include the B-17 and P-51. The Spitire was build at Castle Bromwich Factory, Brimingham, UK, 1943 and saw its first flight on 10 December 1943. On May 9, 1944 the aircraft …

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Video sheds light on sinking of the Musashi

Debris scattered over a large area at the bottom of the sea in the Philippines indicate that the massive Japanese World War II battleship Musashi was blown into pieces in an undersea explosion 70 years ago. “The wreck is actually very damaged,” said David Mearns, a marine scientist on the Musashi research team. “It appears she …

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Sepp Dietrich with 2 daughters of Joseph Goebbels.

Sepp Dietrich & Grettl Braun at Berghof, Berchtesgaden

Amazing color footage of German Chancellor Adolf Hitler’s residence Berghof in Berchtesgaden, Germany during World War II. The video begins with an aircraft in flight. It then shows Herta Schneider with children and SS-Oberstgruppenführer u. General der Waffen-SS Josef “Sepp” Dietrich seated on the edge of the terrace at Berghof. Later we see Josef “Sepp” …

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Portrait Lucien Bersot

Lucien Bersot was executed because he refused to wear bloodied pants

Lucien Jean Baptiste Bersot, born on 7 June 1881 at Authoison (Haute-Saône) and executed on 13 February 1915 at Fontenoy (Aisne). Lucien Bersot was a French soldier who was shot as an example during the First World War because he refused to wear a bloodied pants that belonged to a death comrade. He was born in …

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