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jumjum

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#31 12 years ago

What a good idea! As luck would have it, I saw Errol Flynn in "Operation Burma" yesterday, and was able to make it more than halfway through before disbelief at last overcame willing suspension.

And I can't watch Eagles without seeing a lot of Return To Castle Wolfenstein peeking (peaking? *chortle*) out.




SnackBar

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#32 12 years ago

Hey Guys,I'm a great wardocu fan,i am currently watching; For King & Country ,6 part series about Canadian effort in WW2,must see! We were Heroes ,series about Nam Australians at War,8 part series about Australian effort in wars since 1900 Dutch Polygoon Journals taken during WW2 The best war movies is saw recently were; Zvezda http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0326450/ Tora Tora Tora ,must see for FH fans http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066473/




Strumtrupp

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#33 12 years ago
FrenkanNot to mention half of Europe.... As for the question "What if Hitler hadn't invaded Russia?". I think a war between Germany and Russia was inevitable. I've got a pretty interesting book on WW2 which brings up alot of what if questions. Haven't read all of it unfortunately but one thing I picked up from it was that Zhukov had urged Stalin to attack Germany months before Hitler himself decided to attack the Soviet Union. Hadn't Hitler attacked the Soviet Union it would still just have been a matter of time before the Soviets attacked Germany and a war between the two powers would have broken out.

It is even more perverted when one remembers that Germany and Russia cooperated in the invasion of poland.




przy

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#34 12 years ago

Don't know if this here has been mentioned, but there is a web site called International Historic Films http://ihffilm.com/index.html.

They sell alot of shit. Check it out.




jumjum

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#35 12 years ago

I have little interest in visiting a site which sells anything which was at one time a US government property, publication or production. As a citizen I own those historical goodies just as much as any business says it does.

I am much more interested in websites which are either personal labors of love by individuals, or are maintained by those governmental bodies or private institutions which understand the need for free access to historical artifacts. Anyone have any favorite ones?