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En 1917 el barco inglés fue dinamitado cerca de Motril por el todopoderoso submarino de Von Arnauld de la Perière

En 1917 el barco inglés fue dinamitado cerca de Motril por el todopoderoso submarino de Von Arnauld de la Perière

August 1918,Kapitanleutnant Richard Feldt Imperial German Navy guided submarine U-156 into Canadian waters in one of most daring naval manoeuvres of war.Feldt’s orders as simple as bold:stop communications between Europe & North America by snipping strategic trans-Atlantic telegraph cable that came ashore in Canso,Nova Scotia.Feldt also ordered to cause as much “schrecklichkeit,” or fearfulness,as possible.36-year-old commander shelled coast of New England & sank several freighters earlier.

August 1918,Kapitanleutnant Richard Feldt Imperial German Navy guided submarine U-156 into Canadian waters in one of most daring naval manoeuvres of war.Feldt’s orders as simple as bold:stop communications between Europe & North America by snipping strategic trans-Atlantic telegraph cable that came ashore in Canso,Nova Scotia.Feldt also ordered to cause as much “schrecklichkeit,” or fearfulness,as possible.36-year-old commander shelled coast of New England & sank several freighters earlier.

Práctica de la bayoneta El ejército imperial japonés ganó una reputación infame de la brutalidad absoluta en el final de la Segunda Guerra Mundial cuando el alcance de sus crímenes de guerra fue descubierto. Con un grupo de soldados chinos capturados siendo utilizados para la práctica de la bayoneta, los soldados fueron entrenados para no matar al PRISIONERO con el primer empuje para que otros soldados pudieran practicar sobre las víctimas gritando en el suelo

Práctica de la bayoneta El ejército imperial japonés ganó una reputación infame de la brutalidad absoluta en el final de la Segunda Guerra Mundial cuando el alcance de sus crímenes de guerra fue descubierto. Con un grupo de soldados chinos capturados siendo utilizados para la práctica de la bayoneta, los soldados fueron entrenados para no matar al PRISIONERO con el primer empuje para que otros soldados pudieran practicar sobre las víctimas gritando en el suelo

Low flying C-47 transport planes roar overhead as they carry supplies to the besieged American Forces battling the Germans at Bastogne, during the enemy breakthrough on January 6, 1945 in Belgium. In the distance, smoke rises from wrecked German equipment, while in the foreground, American tanks move up to support the infantry in the fighting.

Low flying C-47 transport planes roar overhead as they carry supplies to the besieged American Forces battling the Germans at Bastogne, during the enemy breakthrough on January 6, 1945 in Belgium. In the distance, smoke rises from wrecked German equipment, while in the foreground, American tanks move up to support the infantry in the fighting.

D-Day, Juno Beach - Reinforcements going ashore from a (LCA) Landing Craft Assault from H.M.C.S. Prince Henry off the Normandy bridgehead.

D-Day, Juno Beach - Reinforcements going ashore from a (LCA) Landing Craft Assault from H.M.C.S. Prince Henry off the Normandy bridgehead.

The German Jew Who Bombed Berlin By Marc H. Stevens http://www.biographicalinquiries2.com/the-german-jew-who-bombed-berlin

The German Jew Who Bombed Berlin By Marc H. Stevens http://www.biographicalinquiries2.com/the-german-jew-who-bombed-berlin

Above, U-45, a German Type IV boat built in 1913. Driven by diesel engines while surfaced and electric motors when submerged, this craft was typical of Germany's commerce raiders in WWI, though several longer-range models were built later in the War, as were specialized submarines such as the 136 UB and UC boats -- submarine minelayers of 130 to 520 tons.

Above, U-45, a German Type IV boat built in 1913. Driven by diesel engines while surfaced and electric motors when submerged, this craft was typical of Germany's commerce raiders in WWI, though several longer-range models were built later in the War, as were specialized submarines such as the 136 UB and UC boats -- submarine minelayers of 130 to 520 tons.

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The Battle of the Atlantic was the longest continuous military campaign in World War II, running from 1939 to the defeat of Germany in 1945.

The Battle of the Atlantic was the longest continuous military campaign in World War II, running from 1939 to the defeat of Germany in 1945.

Post your poppies for Remembrance Day | PhotoBox Blog

Post your poppies for Remembrance Day | PhotoBox Blog

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