The Longest Winter by Alex Kershaw
Usually I would search around on the internet, but incase you have already done that I would just keep at it. A site will pop up some day!
The interweaving of interviews and the computer images are amazing. I really like the series and hope it continues.
Private collection? :confused:
I'd use why German defenses could not hold back the Allied offensive in Normandy.
Very good details. I wonder how long it took to make.
Tanks: King Tigers, M26 Pershings
Primary firearms: G-43, StG 44, BAR
Thanks for the helpful info!
Hey guys. I was curious about more information about the Bergetiger. Wikipedia doesn't give a whole lot of info on it, and thought that you guys...
Yes, it would be very odd if a MG could be as accurate as a Kar98k.
I love the new camo scheme. I could never do that.
In a way, it's kind of nice that they put the flag there. It shows their respect towards the countries and their ability to account for their actions.
Wow! That's pretty cool how modern a Sherman could look.
Wow, that's a great story. Thanks for sharing!
You're missing the M57 Recoilless Rifle. I don't know if that's the proper spelling though.
I think that the best one was the Firefly.
I wish I had 1 million euros laying around!
I was at a Borders Express and found a cool looking book by DK called World War 2. Lots of pics and comparisons.
I happen to like the F-117 Nighthawk. The odd shape is perfect, and the black color is amazing.