Wednesday, October 24, 2012

World War II Color Photos 1

At the website  are the 1st batch of some new rare color photos of WW II that I received for publishing on my site. More to post later.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Latest rare WWII photos posted to website

 These photos are now  available on the website

Asian Soviet soldier, Bombs are dropped on Kobe, Japan, June 4, 1945, Canadian troops in landing craft D-Day, June 6, 1944,  Column of Soviet tanks appears on the streets of the Chinese city of  Dalian, August, 1945
German 88mm Gun Crew Keeping Warm, Winter 1941-1942, German Assault Gun Attacks out of Smoke Screen, 1943, German Stug B Assault Gun Protects German Soldiers, 1942, Russian heavy howitzers bombards Konigsberg,
Sixth Marine Division tanks in Naha,Okinawa,on May 27,1945,  Soviet T-34 Tank in Action, Twin gun mount in open turret on Soviet destroyer, Two German Panzer MkVI Tigers, 1944 in Russian Forest, Yokosuka E14Y float plane - submarine launched.  And many other photos.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

WW II photos- planes, subs and ships under air attack

Some more assorted WW II photos of tanks, subs, planes, mini subs and ships under air attack have now been posted on the website  in the WW II Photos page.

Important pre WWII documents between Japan and America

Documents 3 and 4 of the 9 important documents that led to the road to war have now been posted on the website  in the Military Stories page.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Assorted WW II photos

There is a posting of assorted WW II photos at
Photos include battle and equipment  scenes from the South Pacific, North Pacific, Battle of the Bulge, North Africa and Western Europe.

Message from Hull to Nomura 26 Nov 1941

Message from Hull to Nomura on 26 Nov 1941 was the 2nd of the important documents that show the road to war between Japan and America at in the Military Stories page.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

B-29 Repair and construction plans

When this collection of photo documents was put together many years ago some pages were removed and could not be found.
These document photos are now on the WW II Photos page at

Soon to be posted WW II photos from American, British, German and Japanese sources

Coming soon more WWII photos and POSTWAR  photos. Many photos of the German Army behind the lines during R&R rest.  More Soviet, German, American and British Armor photos also.  There are still many destroyed in combat photos as well as the Horrors of war photos to be posted. There will also be a special series of photos from the Battle of Kursk.  There will also be a large selection of USN photos from WW II. Some photos and diagrams of Japanese aircraft.  Also a collection of Japanese submarines. There is also a collection of British battleships of WW II.   And many, many other assorted or collections of military photos  from WW I to modern military photos all at   

Official document about Japan-Manchuko (Manchuria)

There is now the 1st of the important documents that show the path of war between Japan and America in the Military Stories page of

Friday, August 3, 2012

Hitler's War Directives

After America's road to war documents on  there will be postings of most of the Directives from Hitler on how to conduct the war until 1943 when the Germans still thought they were winning the war.

America's Road to War

Coming soon to my website are the nine important and official documents concerning America's road to war starting in 1932 with the 1st Japanese invasion into China from Manchuria. They will be posted one per week.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg's Address to the Reichstag on the German Policy of Unrestricted U-boat Warfare, 31 January 1917

I have added this speech on why Germany decided on unrestricted submarine warfare in WW I.
It can be found in the Military Stories page of the website  and it goes along with the History of German U-boats in WW I.

Destroyed or damaged Panzers

About two weeks ago I received about 2,500 photos of the German Army in WW II and another almost 5,000 photos of the WW I German army and today I received almost 500 more photos of damaged, destroyed or captured Mk V Panthers, Mk VI and Mk VII Tigers and assorted tank destroyers from my Russian source.  Eventually they will be posted at my website   for members to enjoy collecting.

Monday, July 30, 2012

Soviet/Russian Cossack charge in 1941

They must have been very brave but a huge waste of men.  To see this photo and other new postings of  the Russian front photos can be seen at  in the WW II Photos page.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Soviet/Russian Navy ASW Frigates

There are now some photos of the  Neustrashimy class frigates, a Soviet/Russian anti submarine warfare class of frigates. They are mostly of the Neustrashimy - frigate 712 at the website that has replaced this blog. Please visit
They are in the Postwar Photos page.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

German WW II Armor Jagdpanzer 38 (t)

There are now some photos of this German tank destroyer, the Jagdpanzer 38(t) at the website that has replaced this blog.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

A German Field Marshal Instructs the Wehrmacht on Its Role in the Soviet Union

In this document, Field Marshal Walter von Reichenau (1884-1942) of the German Sixth Army,  instructions to the German Army in how to deal with Soviet/Russian civilians.
Read the entire document in English or the original German version at with illustration.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Soviet/Russian Navy photos including an aircraft carrier - the Admiral Kuznetsov (CV 063)  at
in the Postwar photos page.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

History of German U-boats in WW I

History of German U-boats in WW I
The history story will be in the Military Stories page and there are some WW I U-boat photos in the Prewar Photos page in

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Incredible story of a B-17 bomber that should not have been able to fly.  Illustrations included with story.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Very Low Flying WWII Airplane Photos

Check out this Mosquito low enough to sting you.
There are some great photos of extremely low flying WWII airplanes at  and more to be added in the next update but those will be of more modern airplanes.

Saturday, March 17, 2012

St. Lambert mayor's personal WWI war diary

The ex mayor of St. Lambert, Quebec, Canada exploits during WWI.

This would be the diary of   Pte. J.L. Townshend at the 1st Battle of the Somme in 1916 during WWI and you can read it at  


There is a very interesting diary of Pte. J.L. Townshend of the Canadian Army in WWI during the 1st Battle of the Somme in 1916 at  in the Military Stories page.

Captured & Converted French Vehicles in German Service in WWII

There is an very extensive listing of all the German uses of captured French equipment during WWII at    on the Military Stories page  Captured & Converted French Vehicles in German Service in WWII

Sunday, February 5, 2012

New military history website

This is just another reminder to any visitors to this blog that it has been replaced by a new military history website..

Thanks for visiting, see you at the other site.  Many new and interesting war photos especially of WWII.
There are also many Russian Navy ships from 1950s to 1980s sent to me from a Russian fan of this blog (now website) and more to post. Surprised the ex Soviet Union allowed these photos to be taken.  There is also a huge collection of German soldiers in WWII behind the lines at the Eastern front and many, many more to be posted.  These were personal photos taken either from prisoners or from cameras found on the battlefields of Eastern Europe. Also a huge and building collection of destroyed armor, mostly German Panzers but some Russian, American, British and Japanese.

Special Premium Section:  Horrors of War

These photos are for members only and they are  horrendous.  This is a special page of after the battle photos before the bodies have been removed.
Not very nice to see but it is part of war.  Tanks are not empty shells when destroyed; a moment before there were 3 to 5 living souls inside. Too gruesome to describe.