Biography, Luftwaffe, Planes, Soviet Air Forces, WW2

Greatest fighter ace in history: Erich Hartmann

Erich Hartmann, nicknamed ”Bubi” which means ”young boy” in German. He had the hightest number for enemy aircraft kills: 352. That’s right, you might be suprised, so his commanders was.…

Biography, Resistance Groups, War Crimes

3: Dictator Hitler

Hitler make a promise like returning Germany to its former glory by undoing the Treaty of Versailles and uniting all ethnic Germans into one state. He said that all Jews…

Biography, WW2

Jack Churchill (Mad Jack)

He charge into enemy with his sword and bow. He use diffrent tactics to eliminate the enemy. He played a bagpipe when he was captured by Germans. Escaped concentration camps…

Biography, Luftwaffe, Planes, RAF

Pilot ace without legs (Douglas Bader)

Douglas Bader joined RAF 1928 and graduated in 1930. He assigned to a squadron of Bristol Bulldog in 1931. He tried to do a very dangerous aerial stunt to show his…

Biography, Infrantry, Soviet Armed Forces, Units

The White Death

The White Death was a nickname giving to a Finnish sniper. His original name was Simo Häyhä. He fought in Winter War, a war that is disaster for the Soviets.…

Biography, Imperial Japanese Army Air Service, Infrantry, Resistance Groups

Japanese Soldier Who Didn’t Surrender Until 1974

Hiro Onoda was a intelligence officer in the Imperial Japanese Army. He was trained at the Nakano School as an intelligence officer and gerilla warfare soldier. Onoda was sent to…

Biography

2: Soldier Hitler and born of Nazi party

Soon he return to home because his mother was sick. Doctor later told he haven’t seen anyone who is attach to his mother just like Hitler. Then he returned to…

Baby Hitler
Biography

1: Child Hitler

Picture of baby Hitler Hitler was born in a small town in Austro-Hungary at April 20, 1889. His father changed wife for 2 times. At first, he was married with…