] Did you think I forgot about the most important day in the history of our country. Well, one of the most important days that is. The turning point of the world, the day that cemented in history fighting might of the American. Do not cross US.
Are you ready kids?! I can’t hear you! Are you ready?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
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The 7th of December When the Japs secured their fate The years numbered four But we evened the score And it was surely worth the wait That’s a good version of the The fifth of November poem. Sure there are more lines that I’m not adding to, but honestly, who else remembers anything except the … Continued
Yosuke Yamahata was a military photographer for Japan, in August of 1945 he was near Nagasaki when the United States dropped the 2nd Atomic bomb on the country. The next day he entered the devastated city to document the destruction. The U.S. Military seized the originals, but Yamahata managed to save some negatives. These photos … Continued
The Butterfly Effect from a few days ago, it’s still in effect today as 71 years ago Fat Man fell on the city of Nagasaki. What would have happened if that butterfly didn’t flap it’s wings? Read on for the crazy hyperbole that I came up with.
Many things have been said about the bombings that ultimately led to the end of World War 2. I’ve said many other things. Know that the new age that these atomic weapons ushered in wasn’t one of fear, it was one of rebuilding, of the quick advancement of human knowledge that’s led to the golden … Continued
It is well worth your time to watch the following 12 minutes of video. You will be amazed at the level of detail you never thought possible on a plastic 1:48 scale model of the Focke-Wulf Fw-190 This was all done by Czech modler David Damek, actually, you should watch some of his other videos to … Continued
What’s this? Two World War 2 posts in a single week? Back to back nonetheless? Crazy talk you say. No, this is history! 74 years ago, on June 07, 1942 Admiral Nimitz helped lead the Americans to successfully defeat an attacking Japanese Navy in the Battle of Midway. This battle is often called the turning … Continued
Seventy-two years ago the greatest invasion the world has ever seen began. Led by the great Dwight D. Eisenhower, over 150,000 Allied troops landed across 5 different stretches of beaches in hopes of liberating France from the clutches of Nazi control. This might not have been the turning point of the war, but in the … Continued