Wooden paddle recovered from a German dugout on Armistice Day by an Allied soldier on November 11, 1918. Believed to originally have been from a French peasant’s house. [5067×2558]

Wooden paddle recovered from a German dugout on Armistice Day by an Allied soldier on November 11, 1918. Believed to originally have been from a French peasant’s house. [5067×2558]

A German Luftwaffe bombing target map of London used during the Blitz in 1940-41. The distinctive coloring is to make it easier for pilots to read it at night under cockpit lighting. [799×481]

A German Luftwaffe bombing target map of London used during the Blitz in 1940-41. The distinctive coloring is to make it easier for pilots to read it at night under cockpit lighting. [799×481]

A German map from 1940-41 of plans for Operation Sealion – the invasion of Britain. In addition to German forces and planned invasion routes, the planner also drew cartoon ships steaming across the English Channel and a stick figure paratrooper over Kent [499×605]

A German map from 1940-41 of plans for Operation Sealion – the invasion of Britain. In addition to German forces and planned invasion routes, the planner also drew cartoon ships steaming across the English Channel and a stick figure paratrooper… Continue Reading

“Photograph showing the forward port side of HMS Warspite in dry dock showing damage caused by a German shell at the Battle of Jutland.” June 2-3, 1916. [3508×2232]

“Photograph showing the forward port side of HMS Warspite in dry dock showing damage caused by a German shell at the Battle of Jutland.” June 2-3, 1916. [3508×2232]

Remnants of the Tuckerton Tower in Southern NJ. A secret German radio tower from WWI that once was the tallest structure in the world and used to transmit secrets back to Germany. There are a couple of these “anchors” strewn about town, some in the middle of the street like this one. [1342 X 1106]

Remnants of the Tuckerton Tower in Southern NJ. A secret German radio tower from WWI that once was the tallest structure in the world and used to transmit secrets back to Germany. There are a couple of these “anchors” strewn… Continue Reading

“Damage to the director of the destroyer HMS Saumarez which received a direct hit from an 11-inch shell during the Battle of North Cape, when the German battlecruiser Scharnhorst was sunk on 26 December 1943.” [2344×1772]

“Damage to the director of the destroyer HMS Saumarez which received a direct hit from an 11-inch shell during the Battle of North Cape, when the German battlecruiser Scharnhorst was sunk on 26 December 1943.” [2344×1772]