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#USArmy Soldiers, assigned to 4th Signal Company, 4th Infantry Division, Comanche “code-talkers” pose for a photo in 1944.

In Europe, the 4th Signal Company, 4th Infantry Division, was assigned 17 Comanche code talkers. From the #DDay landings at Normandy in June 1944, to the liberation of Paris and the Battle of the Bulge, they kept the lines of communications secure during #WorldWarII.

интересно - эти солдаты команче (сигнальная рота) изъяснялись собственной системой кодов, что обезопасило их линию связи от противника )

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Frederick Ramage’s picture of displaced persons crossing the River Elbe over what is left of the bridge at Tangermünde in Germany. 1st May 1945.
The bridge had been blown up by the retreating German army. The refugees are fleeing from the advancing Soviet army.

бегут от приближающейся Советской армии

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The first Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress bomber operated by German forces, in KG 200 markings. This B-17F-27-BO (41-24585; PU-B) was crash-landed near Melun, France by a crew from the 303d Bombardment Group on December 12, 1942 and repaired by Luftwaffe ground staff.[6] Its USAAF nickname, "Wulfe Hound", is frequently misspelled.

а я и не знал, что В-29 был в распоряжении люфтваффе
вот как Facebook животворный расширяет границы познания ))

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Focke-Wulf Fw 190

сегодня...

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Winston Churchill tests his hand with the Thompson sub-machine gun in .45 caliber

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B-25C Mitchell bombers in flight over desert c1943.

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Me-262 "Mistel" (Mistletoe), a flying-bomb version of the Me-262 with no cockpit, a warhead in the nose, and a simple autopilot system. The flying bomb was to be controlled by a piloted Me-262 attached to a frame on top, with the whole clumsy assembly taking off on a big trolley that was dropped after take-off. The piloted Me-262 would release the flying bomb after pointing it at a target.

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Татьяна Зубарева

А это - Махачкалинский Форд - Боярд...Самое низкое место в России, не считая подводных и подземных объектов — это уровень воды Каспийского моря. Он на 28 метров ниже, чем уровень мирового океана.
На фотографии — "дагестанский форт Боярд" — построенный в 1935 году испытательный цех завода «Дагдизель». Здание стоит прямо в море, в 3 км от берега. До 1966 года там собирали и испытывали торпеды, потом производство перенесли на берег, а цех забросили.

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Вот такая прелесть продается на одном из букинистических сайтов. Не реклама)

Хотя лучше перенести в тему "общевоенный"

Отредактировано arcad2000 (20.06.2016 21:02:37)

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Советская центральная женская снайперская школа, 1942

Central Women’s School of Sniper Training, 1943

In March, 1942 a Central Women’s School of Sniper Training was established in Vishniaki, a village 8.7 miles outside Moscow. The school recruited women aged 18-26, physically fit, with at least seven years of education. School Director was Nora P. Chegodayeva, a graduate of the famous Frunze Military Academy who had fought as a communist volunteer in the Spanish Civil War. By the end of the war, the school graduated 1,885 snipers and instructors.

Women were thought to make good snipers, because they could endure stress and cold better than men, and they had “more patience” to wait for the perfect shot. A special few achieved recognition and fame.
http://www.defensemedianetwork.com/…/wo … ns-the-r…/

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