History of War


An SS officer and qualified doctor, Mengele was the chief camp physician of Auschwitz II (Birkenau) from 1943. He became notorious

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April 1940
Between April and May 1940, nearly 22,000 Polish military prisoners of war and civilians were executed by the Soviet Union’s People’s Commissariat of Internal Affairs (NKVD). Among the victims were thousands of Polish Army officers, members of the in
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Boleslaw I Of Poland
Boleslaw I of Poland wears a conical helmet and a long-sleeved mail hauberk underneath his crimson cloak. His weapons are a sword carried in a leather-covered wooden scabbard, a long-bladed spear and an iron axe. When mounted his small round shield i
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Although Nazi Germany’s borders had been infiltrated prior to March 1945, the first significant thrust into the Fatherland came with Operations Plunder and Varsity. Masterminded by Field Marshal Montgomery, this offensive would resemble the ill-fated