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  • New decorations of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

    🕔11.05.2022

    "We should have nothing to do with our enemy," said the commander-in-chief. A national military identity, which includes decorations, is the next step on that journey.

  • Praga MT

    🕔26.12.2021

    Projection design of the Praga tank from 10.2.1927. The project number was 6821 and the project appeared under the name Armored tank Praga MT (MT = small tank).

  • The last flight of Captain Stanislav Fejfar

    🕔07.03.2011

    Captain Stanislav Fejfar was one of the best Czechoslovak fighters who served in the RAF. He died in an air battle on May 17, 1942 over northern France. His conqueror was a German ace, Captain Josef Priller.

  • Martin B-26 Marauder

    🕔08.02.2004

    Martin B-26 Marauder was one of the main American medium bombers of World War II, serving on all major battlefields. This is despite the fact that at the beginning of his career he earned the nickname "Widow Maker", which he never got rid of. This document shows the history of the Martin B-26 Marauder, but also its predecessors - Martin B-10, Maryland and Baltimore

  • Ferdinand Čatloš

    🕔02.04.2022

    Slovak general, Minister of National Defence of the wartime Slovak Republic, briefly imprisoned after the end of the Second World War, later worked as a civil servant.

  • Lev Mechlis

    🕔10.02.2021

    A staunch supporter of Stalin, who launched a campaign to repress and discredit members of the highest military command. As a result, the upper and middle command cadres of the Red Army were virtually destroyed.

  • Portable anti-aircraft missile set 9K34 Strela-3

    🕔16.02.2022

    A short-range, single-person anti-aircraft weapon, known in NATO as the SA-14 Gremlin. Developed as a replacement for the Strela-2 and Strela-2M complex in the 1970s and deployed in several armed conflicts at the turn of the century. In the early 1980s it was considered for licensed production in the Czechoslovakia.

  • Operational history of the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CV-6)

    🕔17.02.2022

    The story of America's most decorated aircraft carrier serving throughout World War II.

  • 340. Volksgrenadier-Division

    🕔15.02.2022

    History, organizational structure and combat deployment of the People's Grenadier Divisions on the example of 340. Volksgrenadier-Division

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  • Škoda MU-4

    🕔26.12.2021

    The Škoda MU-4 Tankette was a Czechoslovakian tankette design of 1933. It was designed as a successor to the Škoda MU-2 tank.

  • Northrop YA-9A

    🕔13.01.2022

    Prototype attack aircraft developed for the United States Air Force A-X program. The YA-9 was passed over in preference for the Fairchild Republic YA-10 that entered production as the A-10 Thunderbolt II.

  • Battle of the Coral Sea - Part III

    🕔11.09.2005

    The Battle of the Coral Sea, from 4 to 8 May 1942, was a major naval battle between the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) and naval and air forces of the United States and Australia. Taking place in the Pacific Theatre of World War II, the battle is historically significant as the first action in which aircraft carriers engaged each other and the first in which the opposing ships neither sighted nor fired directly upon one another.

    Battles of May 8 and the culmination of the battle.

  • Radu Manicatide

    🕔18.04.2020

    A short biography of a little-known, but all the more fruitful Romanian aircraft designer.

  • Battle of the Coral Sea - Part II

    🕔05.09.2005

    The Battle of the Coral Sea, from 4 to 8 May 1942, was a major naval battle between the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) and naval and air forces of the United States and Australia. Taking place in the Pacific Theatre of World War II, the battle is historically significant as the first action in which aircraft carriers engaged each other and the first in which the opposing ships neither sighted nor fired directly upon one another.

    The beginning of the battle and the first clashes between the Japanese and American fleets.

  • Ural-4320 Zvezda-V

    🕔20.02.2022

    Numerous armed conflicts outside and inside the RF have been accompanied by large-scale reprisals by insurgent and guerrilla groups. For example, over 15,000 vehicles were lost during the war in Afghanistan. Tanks and armoured personnel carriers accompanying trucks in columns did not provide sufficient protection. Therefore, modified trucks began to be used as an additional means of fire protection.

  • Battle of the Coral Sea - Part I

    🕔26.08.2005

    The Battle of the Coral Sea, from 4 to 8 May 1942, was a major naval battle between the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) and naval and air forces of the United States and Australia. Taking place in the Pacific Theatre of World War II, the battle is historically significant as the first action in which aircraft carriers engaged each other and the first in which the opposing ships neither sighted nor fired directly upon one another.

    Preparations for the battle and an overview of the forces deployed in this battle.

  • M5A1 Stuart VI

    🕔26.12.2021

    The M5A1 Stuart, introduced in late 1942, was the final Stuart version. (The British used their Stuart VI designation for this version as well, not distinguishing it from the original M5.) The M5A1 was a modified M5 with the same extended turret as on the M3A3. This turret had an anti-aircraft machine-gun mount on its right side, rather than on the rear as on previous Stuarts. On late versions of the M5A1 there is a curved shield covering this mount.

  • The sinking of the cruiser General Belgrano

    🕔26.02.2004

    First combat use of an atomic submarine, which resulted in the sinking of the Argentine cruiser General Belgrano.

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