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Rocksteady relics uploaded

New relics from the battlefields just uploaded a couple of helmets from the baltic front , and buckles from the last defence lines in Austria all items have been electrolysed clean of rust and after that preserved with Cosmoloid so no dirty hands with these relics, and they will last a lifetime!

Winterhilfe update

our first winterhilfe update in 2018 and many more will follow! we will have a whole separate space for whw and it will be extended even more since so many whw items exists we will have sub groups withing the Winterhilfe group to be able to find all items on relative easy

The siege of Leningrad

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OCoxf64Xyg Belligerents  Germany  Finland[1][2]  Italy[3] Francoist Spain (Blue Division)  Soviet Union Commanders and leaders  W. Ritter von Leeb  Georg von Küchler  C.G.E. Mannerheim[4]  Agustín Muñoz Grandes  Markian Popov  Kliment Voroshilov  Georgy Zhukov  Ivan Fedyuninsky  Mikhail Khozin  Leonid Govorov Strength 725,000 930,000 Casualties and losses  Army Group North: 1941: 85,371 total casualties (KIA, WIA, MIA)[5] 1942: 267,327 total casualties […]

the battle for Normandy

Commanders and leaders  Dwight D. Eisenhower (Supreme Allied Commander)  Arthur Tedder (Deputy Supreme Allied Commander)  Bernard Montgomery (Ground Forces Commander in Chief)  Trafford Leigh-Mallory (Air Commander in Chief)  Bertram Ramsay (Naval Commander in Chief)  Gerd von Rundstedt (OB West)  Erwin Rommel (Army Group B) Strength 1,452,000 troops (by 25 July)[a] 2,052,299 (by the end of […]

battle for stalingrad

Destruction of the German 6th Army Expulsion of the Germans from the Caucasus, reversing their gains from the 1942 Summer Campaign Casualties and losses 627,899 men  299,899  114,000  109,000  105,000 900 aircraft 1,500 tanks 6,000 guns soviet 1,129,619 men 478,741 killed and missing 650,878 wounded or sick 2,769 aircraft 4,341 tanks 15,728 guns

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